A logo created for a non-profit organization that rescues cats and helps them find new homes. The clients wanted something colorful and unique that could still retain a professional look. The color palette and imagery of a home and heart were chosen to convey a sense of security and trust.
Miss Mossbury Packaging
Package design for a fragrance designer who makes candles and soaps. The design’s imagery was created from many collaged elements to form something unique and enchanting, much like the company’s fragrances. The background pattern was hand-drawn to portray the fact that each product is carefully made by hand and to showcase the natural elements involved in the process.
Mary & Kyle Wedding Invite
Wedding stationery for an intimate, rustic, DIY wedding. The couple wanted something personal, hand-done, fun, and nature-based to echo the feel of their big day. Important details were kept on the front panel of the invite, so that they could still be easily read when folded up and displayed. Lastly, the envelope lining was also illustrated to tie-in to their invite and RSVP.
AAUW Book Fair Poster
A poster created for the AAUW annual book fair. It features illustration and hand-drawn type to not only play off of the cover designs of the older books that are sold there, but to also celebrate the history of the fundraiser itself. It was created with a simple color palette so that it could easily translate to grayscale as well, offering easy printing and distribution.
Gym Bunny Sparkle Logo
Logo design for an unapologetically feminine and bold athletic wear brand. The client wanted something that had hand-done details and a touch of whimsy to reflect her own custom hand-made clothing, so all of the line work and type was drawn by hand. There was a strong focus on clear, clean design for this logo in order to ensure readability at the various sizes that the clothing would require.
Sprinly Meal Sleeve
A packaging design created to help secure meal contents for an organic, plant-based meal delivery service. A clean design, featuring photos of the meals and ingredients (which were also taken for this project), were used to signify the wholesome, nutritionally-focused meals inside. There is open space on the front of the meal container to allow room for individual meal labels with nutrition info and instructions to be adhered before shipping.
Kate & James Wedding Invite
Wedding stationery created for an elegant meets handmade garden party themed wedding. The colors hint at the couple’s wedding color choices and the background imagery is a photograph of succulents, one of their main venue decor choices.
Taste of Type Series
An experimental hand-done typography series that used various food ingredients as the medium. The first was made by stenciling toast, the second by carving away flour, and the third by forming the cilantro and writing with cilantro crema.
This insert was created to serve as an enticing first impression when opening up an insulated package containing the company’s meals. Since people can have preconceived notions when it comes to eating healthy and plant-based food, it was important to include colors that are bright and punchy and to put a focus on something flavorful. A fun, light-hearted saying was created to tie-in to this theme as well. Signature sauces are a big client favorite, so the overall design puts a spotlight on a few of them and their flavor.
These icons, created to serve as identifiers for a website offering organic, plant-based meals, were designed in a cheery, clean style. These are icons deal with site navigation, individual nutritional information for the meal selection page, and overall nutritional information about the product itself.
A sampling of designed creative content that has been used in promotional emails for an organic, plant-based meal delivery service. The first was created to announce a launch in a new region, the second is an info-based welcome email, the third is a client survey, and the last is an nutritional benefits focused email. The design, photography, illustration, and hand-lettering were all custom created for these emails.
Un Diavolo Per Capello Poster
A poster for the Archaeological Museum's exhibit that translates to 'A Devil in the Hair'. The exhibit focuses on hairstyles and hairdressing through the ages. The cut-out letters and cut paper style are a play on creating with scissors.