Archive for the ‘Branding’ Category


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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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

Gnome Café

June 23, 2015

So excited to share new work for Gnome Café, a vegan restaurant in downtown Charleston set to open this fall. With such an inspiring name, the graphics are endless! Looking forward to sharing more gnome goodness soon.

Client: Sara York Grimshaw

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Lewis Barbecue

June 9, 2015

We’re excited to be working with pit master John Lewis on his upcoming restaurant in Charleston, Lewis Barbecue. John has been dubbed the “badass brisket boy” so needless to say so far it’s been “badass”.  Excited to share more work on this project set to open late 2015.

Client: John Lewis

Mercantile and Mash

May 21, 2015

Mercantile and Mash is a new concept by the Indigo Road Group. Located inside the historic Charleston Cigar Factory, Mercantile and Mash will feature a provisions style retail center, a casual eatery, a coffee shop and a bar.

Client: Steve Palmer

Pancito & Lefty

May 7, 2015

A new mexican restaurant is coming to town and we can’t wait. Lots more fun, bright and flavorful quirkiness to come!

Client: Jimmy Poole and Robert Berry

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Blankets from Emma

April 7, 2015

Blankets from Emma is a new company that began with a sweet story of an owner and her adopted dog Emma. Emma waswas brought home in snuggly fleece blanket and went on to love that same blanket for her 15 year long life. Inspired by Emma, these soft, snuggly blankets are now being sewn in the USA for more dogs (and cats) to enjoy. Blankets from Emma are made from the highest quality fleece and are constructed to with stand countless washings and snuggles. It was a pleasure to illustrate Emma and her blanket for this logo development.

Client: Juliana Falk

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The Pressery

April 2, 2015

Located on Magazine Street in New Orleans, The Pressery is a new restaurant and juice bar serving organic cold-pressed juice and fresh meals. A clean design aesthetic was utilized on all branded elements. From logo development to signage to packaging design – a simple and fresh approach was used to complement the cleansing juices and meals served daily.

Packaging Photography by Thao Tran

Client: Kim Nguyen

Remington Roasters

March 10, 2015

New and quirky logo development to share for Remington Roasters, a small batch coffee company located in Northern Virginia.

Client: Lori D'Amico

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