This fun and campy logo was designed for an offbeat, Texas jewelry line. The antique line drawing further adds to the humor of the name, and the line epitomizes a whimsical, light approach. Bessie would be proud!
A clinical skin line with multiple packaging methods needed a cohesive, strong image. The skin sample packets were designed to match the jar product, and the to-go box design all display a soothing lavender/purple/blue thematic. The name/identity positioning was recognizable and well-received by clinicians and customers.
Meander is the name of an artisan shop created by two women who had wandered voraciously throughout their lives. The bundle of sticks in the logo represents ‘found things’ that are kept along the journey. The concept fit in well with the ever-changing jewelry and accessory designs, and the minimalist styling fit well with the target market.
This artisan jewelry line, which was derived from an actual Cherokee family member’s name, needed a vintage, boho look and simple-to-reproduce style. It fits well on both circular or rectangular spaces and is readable at almost any size, yet still retains its character.
This box design was actually a retail dispenser for a packaged product. It was mass produced and then individually assembled on-site. The packaging utilized durable, gloss stock and a UV coating for brightness. FDA compliance was also met in cosmetic and over-the-counter labeling for skin products.