Archive for July, 2015

Cortney Bishop Design Website

July 30, 2015

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of Cortney Bishop Design’s new website. Cortney has been a long time client and collaborator. Her work is full of texture and life and we’re honored to help Cortney bring her beautiful projects to life. See past projects we’ve worked on for CBD here and here.

The Everyday Rice Cooker

July 23, 2015

We were delighted to work with Chronicle Books on the design of The Everyday Rice Cooker by Diane Phillips. The book is full of simple yet delicious rice-cooker dishes. We created a range of rice inspired patterns that pair nicely with the books beautiful photography by Jennifer Causey.

Client: Chronicle Books


July 14, 2015

Magenta is a training company for leaders and change makers. Together, Louisa and Jeff help teach both sides of the social change coin: that of changing the world (looking outward) and that of changing one’s self (looking inward). The final solution is a custom type face paired with a range of textures, artwork and media to keep the brand customizable and ever changing.

Client: Louisa and Jeff Barnum

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July 9, 2015

Townscout takes care of the details so you don’t have to. Scouting out the best of the best in Charleston and curating the best vacation to suit your needs. We named and branded this new company with a set of illustrated icons that all represent “scouting”. We paired these icons with classic type, creating a timeless and calming new brand.

Client: Jennifer Owens

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Callie’s Cocoa & Cream Cookies

July 7, 2015

New packaging for the most amazing sweet treat you’ll ever taste! Callie’s cocoa and cream cookies are perfect for every Southern occasion. Hand rolled dough bakes up a dense dark chocolate cookie to sandwich with their signature fluffy sweet cream center. Oh my!

Client: Carrie Morey

The Necessary Things

July 2, 2015

The Necessary Things is a spirited décor store. Classic illustrations coupled with a playful interpretation and organization of those elements make this a memorable image. We can’t wait to shop all the necessary things Julie will curate.

Client: Julie Garman