Archive for the ‘Print’ Category
Spoleto Festival USA 2016
February 29, 2016
The Market materials
February 16, 2016
Bespoke butchery goods for The Market. See their logo development here.
February 9, 2016
One issue a year just isn’t enough. The editors at Legends Magazine are introducing L Magazine, a supplimental issue to be released in the Fall of each year. Enjoy a look into the first issue of L.
February 3, 2016
New work for Wildhive, a company who specializes in agriculture, food and lifestyle marketing.
January 28, 2016
Chapel Hill Press
November 17, 2015
New work for a boutique self-publishing house out of Chapel Hill North Carolina. The goal was to rebrand Chapel Hill Press to visually reflect their passion for preserving the time-honored techniques and traditions of publishing.
Client: Chapel Hill Press
Garden & Gun Jubilee Poster 2015
November 12, 2015
We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to collaborate with Garden & Gun again this year on the Jubilee. Using an antique etching of sweet grass we created a flowing continuous pattern with an overlay of a neon orange brush stroke.
Client: Garden & Gun Magazine
Jack Erwin + Wildsam NYC Walking Map – Tribeca
November 2, 2015
Tribeca is the first of five NYC walking maps created for Wildsam in collaboration with Jack Erwin. As part of this project, we researched and developed a distinct map aesthetic and approach for this series. With points of interest and “special spots” along the way, this map is the perfect compliment for your next neighborhood walk. And to top it all off, there is a timeline and artfully done black and white illustrations throughout the piece. We’re thrilled with the outcome and can’t wait to share #2 soon!
October 6, 2015
Always a pleasure to layout another field guide for Wildsam. Brooklyn is the latest in their series of bespoke city guides. Excited to work on our hometown next…Charleston!
Photographs courtesy of wilsdam.com
Illustrated by Lauren Tamaki
Client: Taylor Bruce
The Marina at Christophe Harbour
September 24, 2015
New print pieces for The Marina at Christophe Harbour. A contrast of white and navy paired with clean type and detailed printing techniques give these pieces a nautical, high touch aesthetic.
Client: Christophe Harbour Development Partners