Small Branding Package

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I have to say, I LOVE my clients. Anna & Jason were no exception. I’ve been working on their branding, blog design and business cards during the 3rd quarter of 2010 and am finally getting around to blogging about the finished letterpress printed piece. Below are some of the explorations from their branding package regarding logo alternates, business card layouts and condensed exploration of their initials. Anna & Jason were looking for refined, minimalist and something with a pop of color. Their style was amazing, and designing for them was challenging and rewarding. Every time I felt stumped, we’d have a phone call and get down to business regarding where design was going and what tweaks needed to be made. In the end I’m really proud to say that this is another of my favorites. Letterpress printed business cards – 2/2. I …

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This was a small branding package that we worked with Michelle on for her stationery venture, Chunky Pineapple. She creates awesome gocco cards and needed some outside help with her identity. Sometimes we all get too close to the project, right? That’s where we came in. With her ideas about the brand we came up with some concepts that were in line with the look and feel she was going for. Below are Round I & II proofs as well as the final printed pieces. Enjoy! ………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………… Letterpress printed business cards and product tags. Printed on 110# lettra paper with 1/4″ rounded corner radius. Tags were hole punched with a 3/16″ hole, and ink was a pantone match. Business cards sized at 2×3.5″ and tags sized at 1.5×3.5″. All designs and proofs ©2010 Dingbat Press.

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We debuted Jones & Vandermeer’s RI last week and after feedback from the client here is RII and RIII. Jones & Vandermeer is a boutique luxury fiber company producing specialty mink yarn and other exotic goods gathered from around the world. As the brand developed we wanted to incorporate some imagery that reflected target market, as well as material without having to be too specific so the company could continue to grow with extended offerings. click on the images to see them larger in scale. I’m SO excited with how these are turning out – what do you think? ………………………………….………………………………….

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I just love working with photographers! Each time I think I can’t do one more logo for a photographer, I get so inspired by the client brief, and each project turns out so unique. I think the reason it is so fun to brand photographers is that they all have a different eye in how they capture an image. While many shoot the same subject matter, it’s how they capture it that defines their look and why people hire them. I feel it is such fun to work with photographers because they respect creative license, and have an eye for beauty. They also utilize their branding as an extension of their work and themselves. Stephanie is no exception to being a fun client to work with. I have really enjoyed developing her brand and here are RI proofs for you to peruse! …

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We’ve been working with Janelle for awhile on a branding package with some additional business papers and are getting close to the final identity. Oftentimes when we are in the last round of revisions there are slight nuances that we are exploring within the main body element of the logo. In Janelle’s case, the calligraphy for Nellie Bébé has been worked with to provide alternate options. Interesting how minor tweaks can change the feel of the piece so much. Top Left: Original calligraphy, commercially drawn by Emilie Friday for Janelle. Top Right: You’ll notice that the swashes that initially flowed through the “ll” and the “b” have been removed creating an alternate layer of dimension. …………………………………………………………………………………… Bottom Left: With all swashes removed with the exception on the “N” – still connecting the first letter/first word, with the first letter/second word. Bottom Right: …

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These proofs were for Monica of MoniRose for babies and brides. Her seamstress work is amazing and the pieces she creates are truly one of a kind. Simple, beautiful and timeless – she needed her calligraphy from Emilie Friday adapted into a full branding package. I tried to keep it sophisticated yet whimsical and stuck to the bright colors that she had indicated exploring. The small branding package is for 1 color work, but I provided 2 color options for her to consider in addition to the one color designs, just to show how the brand can develop for web presence and other printed material. Option 1 was a collaborative concept with Jenica (Intern) where I art directed her by introducing her to the client brief and wanted to see what concepts she could come up with on her own. After seeing …

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This was one of my first Small Branding Letterpress Packages that shipped after the product listed in my shop. Candace creates beautiful biking suits for the lady-like tom-boy made of natural fabric and utilizing their weaves as an alternative to all the synthetic bike-wear out there. Linnen, tweeds and a myriad of other fabrics are part of this collection of bike wear that you can casually wear but are nice enough to wear to the office as well. With a hint of Art Deco charm, these suits are a great improvement on the spandex bike uniform. Candace needed new branding and wanted to really play up the Art Deco side of things. We ended up going with a simple vintage bike artwork and then played in her CC monogram with some art deco patterning framing the info on her card. Typefaces are …

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