We continue to work with the good folks at Artist Home on their successful TIMBER! Outdoor Music Festival as it puts on its coziest winter coat and becomes TIMBRRR! Winter Music Festival (see what they did there?)
The poster we designed above takes its cues from the summer festival’s poster we designed, but with a much more chill effect (we hope!) and all still centered on a modified version of the TIMBER! logo we designed. Continue Reading
The Art Dept. has gone global.
The Spain-based translation firm Interllingua was embarking upon a brand re-boot and asked us to help them through the process.
With the creation of their logo, we immediately found ourselves playing with concepts of translation. Real language translation moves beyond just interpreting words—it truly interprets meaning.
To this end, we designed a logo that incorporated graphic elements with a double meaning—quotation marks altered to resemble speech bubbles:
We placed the open quotes below the name and the closed quotes above so that the “speech” almost seems to travel through Interllingua and come back out again—the same, but transformed. This speech bubble motif was additionally carried out in their letterhead and business card:
We also worked with them to distill their promotional goals into a clearly-written, engaging, visually interesting brochure and Web site.
The site was duplicated and translated into the five other languages. Interllingua will be able to continually update and evolve the content on their site through their interactive blog and social networking features.
We’re excited to see where their new identity and marketing tools take them!
We’ve had the pleasure of working with our good friend Shannon Lorraine on her new, cutting-edge fashion showroom: Foundfuture.
Foundfuture is based in Brooklyn, N.Y. and brings you the best kept secrets in fashion. It also just happens to focus on sustainable practices. We dare you to check it out and not want to buy everything! We’re looking forward to the Necklush we ordered!
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Lights, camera, cab! Sonoma’s own Sarah Haggberg will be producing her 2nd annual Bryant Park West benefit fashion show in Sonoma this Janaury 30. Last year, we helped her market and advertise an event that brought Project Runway’s Rami Kashou and his fashion-forward frocks to the catwalks of Sonoma’s Jacuzzi Family Winery. San Francisco Chronicle fashion editor Sylvia Rubin even declared Bryant Park West “the number one fashion event of the year.”
Just helped our friends at TEICH display their new collection on their web site. Some rad handbags!
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