A popular fixture in Portland's indie craft scene, Flapper Girl was due for a fresh visual identity to reflect its line of snappy, retro-inspired handmade goods. Combining mid-century patterns and motifs, clean typefaces, and a decidedly flirtatious logo, Flapper Girl's new branding package encapsulates the company's cute, smart, and stylish aesthetic.
Black Cat Lounge provides a unique dining experience that captures the essence of Halloween using an atmosphere charged with a sense of excitement and wonder. Although not a real restaurant, this establishment comes to life through a branding package that nods to the spooky romance of a turn-of-the-century autumn, using a warm, muted color palette, retro illustrations and vintage photography.
The School of Traditional Western Herbalism is a professional resource for plant medicine education in Portland, Oregon. This branding package reinforces the school's essence and values by visually fusing ancient wisdom with a contemporary aesthetic through botanical motifs, earth tones, natural fibers and a crisp, clean typeface.
This promotional package for Portland's iconic handmade craft event includes a booklet that users can transform into an inspirational banner, branded pillows to be placed throughout the city and a fun poster featuring hand-embroidered elements.
The sweetly spiked lettering of my Pretty Mean Desserts series is easily adapted across a variety of media. Whether in print in my postcard series or on screen in this music video for all-girl rock band The Jolenes, if there's a moral to be found here, it's the value of always "saying it with a smile." Pssst... Not only did I produce the music video, but you can hear me drumming on this track, as well!
The Victorians had a taste for both the elegant and the grotesque. Inspired by their love of curios and curiosities, this limited edition trading card set features some of history's best-known human oddities.
This promotional sewing kit helps people get started in learning sewing skills by providing them with supplies, a mini instructional booklet, and access to an educational website about the tradition of sewing in America that features video tutorials and a timeline of sewing machine history.