Archive for the 'Work in Progress' Category
Over the past 2yrs, I’ve been working on the new Ballast Point rebrand at MiresBall. They’ve been a great client for us and its been fun to see the brand evolve. And of course, it’s always rewarding to see things you’ve worked on out in the real world. These are some variety packs we did for Costco, so if you’re thirsty go stock up!
At MiresBall, I’ve been working on the rebrand of Ballast Point for over a year now. We are just now seeing these efforts come to fruition, and here are the first 3 spirit bottles that are about to be released (Fugu Vodka, Old Grove Gin, and Three Sheets Rum). Thirsty yet? We’re still working on the Devil’s Share Whiskey, Bourbon and Moonshine (and a lot of beers) so look for those soon. Photo by StudioSchulz.
We’re getting closer to launch, and here’s a sneak peek at some cards I did with Quality Letterpress. Stay tuned for more updates.
Here’s a teaser from some branding work I’ve been doing for a new restaurant in the Harbor District called The Lion’s Share. It’s been fun so far, and the owner’s already had a great theme to work off of. I created a “cast of characters” inspired by fables that will be prominent in most of the materials and in the space itself. It’s scheduled to open in late October, so I’ll see you down there when it does. I’ll be the one scarfing down the wild boar ribs!
This is just one of the pieces from Ana & Gabriel’s wedding invites that I’ve been working on. I sent to them to the printer this morning. They are being letterpressed in Canada, and I can’t wait to see them finished! Once they arrive, I’ll post some final shots in the portfolio section so stay tuned!
Album of Awesomeness coasters, now appearing at a watering hole near you.
I had some fun this weekend doing some cards for my blog with Tim from Quality Letterpress. He let me come in and play around with different color foils, so we did black, gold, red, holographic, and platinum. They turned out awesome, and of course I dorked out and took a bunch of photos of his shop. Follow the link below to see more pics.
Here’s some more fun stuff I’ve been working on at MiresBall lately. These are some business cards that we designed for Bird’s Surf Shed. To keep the costs down, we made stamps to use on recycled stock (the business cards are corrugated cardboard). Each piece of the system has a stamp with the relevant info, and the overall look is raw and unfinished. We wanted to make sure the branding for Bird’s shop felt authentic and not overly commercialized like some of the other chain surf shops.
I’ve been working on this logo at MiresBall on and off for a few weeks now and we’re finally making some progress. It’s been really fun exploring ways to design an authentic surf-inspired logo that stays true to the culture, but doesn’t become cliché or over-designed. We’re getting closer. For more photos, follow the link below.