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.
Posts Tagged ‘Poster Design’
September 23, 2014
The 2014 Jubilee poster has arrived and is another successful collaboration with Garden & Gun. We are thrilled with the outcome. Special thanks to our friends at The Half and Half who did a beautiful job silkscreening this piece for us.
The tickets are on sale and now through the end of September everyone using promo code POSTER will receive one of these for each ticket purchased.
Client: Garden & Gun
February 28, 2012
In the Summer of 2010, Hailey Wist invited four suburbanites to a ranch in rural Arkansas. They lived in a small cabin, grew a large garden, ate only from a 100-mile radius, sold at a local farmers market, and hosted a field feast. The Garden Summer project was a grassroots, community-based, social experiment. On February 9, 2012 the documentary they made of that summer premiered at The American Theater in Charleston. We designed these posters for the much anticipated event. The poster design and execution was a multi-step process. We cut fabric turnips that we then stitched to card stock and then letterpressed overtop of the fabric. It was a labor of love, but we’re so happy with the simplicity and dimension of the posters. And, we can’t forget to mention, the film was excellent! It will soon be traveling to a film festival near you and is a must see!
Client: Hailey Wist