Good intentions go farther with good branding. Oyster Studio Creative Director Christina Rodriguez joined forces with Aaron Petz to develop this one-of-a-kind, wood-block stamp for BPeace, the international non-profit organization. This handmade letterpress, later used as their brand identity, metaphorically embodies labor in developing nations and directly communicates what BPeace stands for: “More jobs means less violence.”
We’re good at building business. 1 HR. W/ BILL provides on-site, professional advice regarding all aspects of architectural, interior and decorative design projects for commercial and residential spaces in the Manhattan area. Objective: design a logo that expresses the idea of selling architectural consulting work by the hour. The design concept? Sheer simplicity. The results? Dramatically increased sales.
And breathe. My wife teaches yoga. She said I had to design an ID package for her business, so I did. She also made me create amazing collateral and marketing material. Everyone knows she’s the boss, and what she says goes. She made us write that too. Seriously, she is in really good shape and can run circles around me if she wants too. I’m scared! Send help!
Making wine tours look good enough to taste. Like a fine wine that gets sweeter with time, Bucks County Wine Tours is the top of its class when it comes to class. The goal here was to create a logo that blends the modern appeal of Bucks County with the traditional taste of a vineyard. Think of it as a crisp Viognier–Chenin Blanc.