These fellas are going to be featured in an new book titled Illustration and Design in the near future. While prepping the files for submission, we decided to have a little fun by making them jumble around.
Jones Jumble Winter Edition
A “Superbig” Holiday Card
Since a few of us have already fallen off the resolution bandwagon, this post is a little belated, but we wanted to share it anyway. This holiday, we decided to send our clients and friends a larger dose of festive cheer than usual so we created an extra large holiday card to show just how much we care. Get it?… a super big card. We like to think of it as something for all their other holiday cards to look up to. As for mailing it goes, you know what big cards mean… superbig envelopes. We hope you all had a wonderful holiday! Wishing you the best in 2013!
Thanks for the throwback.
For the 2012 Seattle Design Festival’s FYI Poster Contest, we decided to draw the support (literally) of the community to create a relatively small cross section of the people and fans who brought the Sonics back. View our submission as well as the others on the FYI Poster Contest Facebook page HERE - OR - ZOOM IN HERE.
look familiar? it’s a fluke.
Throughout the year Fluke employees need a place to store and tote loose documents. Instead of providing typical blank folders, Fluke decided take an extra step and have folders custom made for all internal personnel. For this project there were two requirements. One, it needed to hold loose documents. Two, it needed have a cool graphic treatment that spoke to the Fluke brand. What we came up with is the classic school Pee-Chee complete with custom illustrations giving it an engineering spin. Who doesn’t appreciate a little nostalgia?
Check out the Henry’s Tavern holiday ad in the December-January issue of Mix magazine, and be sure to fill your holiday with cheer.
HAPPY HOUR AT PALOMINO
Being a 20 year old company, Palomino recognized it was time for a refresh. We were given the opportunity to overhaul Palomino’s brand across all consumer touch-points, including logo, menus, advertising, website and messaging. It was important for us to reflect the vibrance, heritage and dedication to quality in Palomino’s new identity and maintain consistency in all endeavors.