After a few years of perfecting French-style gluten-free pastry recipes, Brûlée Bakery was ready to refresh its retail presence. We created a patisserie-inspired logo, and designed new product labels in that same style. Now the packaging is just as delicious as the treats inside.
Pinterest Fail is where good intentions come to die — in other words, a safe place for Pinterest lovers to share the projects that didn’t turn out quite how they hoped. Inspired by Día de los Muertos, the site incorporates bright colors and fosters a good-natured celebration of ‘dead projects.’ We created the papel picado logo and banner header to set the fun tone. Since the site depends so heavily on contributions from its strong community, revamping the submission process was a priority.
From the very beginning, the owners of Harrison-Smith House wanted their restaurant to be “of the place,” celebrating local food, Kentucky’s bourbon tradition, and Bardstown’s history. With that overarching goal in mind, we hand-lettered a logo and additional branding elements to be used on everything from menus, coasters, and t-shirts, to the side of the historical building itself.
Building photos by Brian Payne
Tiffany Han’s personality is bold, colorful, and unique; we were faced with the challenge of creating an identity and website that not only reflected this awesomely optimistic life coach, but that presented her many services, products, and messages in an organized way. With the occasional touch of glitter and burst of color, the final result has helped to streamline all that Tiffany does in one cohesive (but still personality-filled) package.
Before announcing her business to the world, the owner of Project Wag needed a crisp identity for her “high-touch, bespoke, personal canine service.” Her beloved basset hound, Lucie, served as the inspiration for the shapely pup in the logo we created; the clean, uncluttered responsive website allows visitors to find their way around Project Wag’s services with ease, from any device.
Website photography by Amanda Jones Photography