Owner and baker, Layla Isaac, approached us to create a logo for her new venture into the delicious world of ice cream. We wanted to create a logo that would have the same carefully handcrafted details as her made-from-scratch ice cream.
ModCo needed a logo that embodied their commitment to modern design, raw materials, and quality craftsmanship. The "M" mark is built in the same way as ModCo's furniture—simple, strong, and memorable.
This was a personal project that we designed to commemorate our summer vacation at the beach. The kids were fascinated with the hermit crabs that they found in the tide pools.
In a world of big box stores and online ordering where personal connections are scarce, a handshake and old fashioned customer service are the cornerstones of Victory Office Supply.
With that in mind, we focused on simplicity and relationships for their logo. There really isn't a more simple and practical tool for keeping things connected than a paper clip.
After coming across our Winnebago illustration on Dribbble, Square Space asked us to create a food truck illustration for a promotion they were holding at SXSW.
Meg "Bitty" Toulouse has been baking mouth-watering desserts for friends for years, but decided to officially launch her cottage industry in 2012. We wanted to showcase her special small-batch, home-baked quality by creating hand-drawn type on a vintage flour sifter that turned out to be nearly identical to the one passed down to her by her grandmother.
Building one's beliefs on a strong theological foundation is the premise for this book. With that in mind, we took the traditional house-building metaphor and gave it a mid-century modern twist with God being the foundation for this drool-worthy dream house.
We like to think of this card as part Christmas well-wishes and part obsessive design vendetta. Every holiday season a plethora of 8-armed snowflakes seem to pop up everywhere from coffee shops to design magazines.
Since we are a family of science and fact fanatics, we wanted to share the science of snowflakes along with instructions for folding a proper 6-sided snowflake. We even included a hand-folded paper snowflake ready to be cut and customized by our friends, family, and clients.
This icon set and word mark was created for Vital Solutions, a company whose mission is to solve the basic needs of shelter, education, agriculture, and healthcare in low resource regions.
Calvary Church approached us looking to create five icons that would represent the core values—or DNA—of their church: Gospel Rooted, God Centered, Discipleship Focused, Community Engaged, and Mission Minded.
The Non-Consumer Advocate is a blog dedicated to helping people live on less in both a financial and environmental sense.
Since mason jars are exceedingly versatile and inexpensive, they were the inspiration for the custom type we created for the blog title. They were also the perfect form to display the Non-Conumer motto: Use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without.
Logomarks we love.