Here’s a new piece we did for UCSB’s department of Health & Wellness. It’s Winter session, so we went with a wintery sort of landscape (Southern California style), and focused on the healthy activity of cycling, which is a very big part of campus life for students. This is a folded brochure with information about their programs, but also can fold open to be a large poster which hangs up on your dorm wall so you can stay current with all of the events. Printed on Finch Fine uncoated paper and featuring the Becky typeface.
My shelves would be empty without these vital reference books. Producing content for print is what we love to do and these help us get the color just right every time.
Creative thinking and problem solving is one of the most important tools to have. An interesting article, written by Dustin Timbrook, addresses the future of the job landscape and who may be the best suited to adapt and enjoy success.
Fascinating new book that sheds light on both his amazing design sensibilities and the ins and outs of working with clients.
Lately feeling very inspired looking at this wonderful resource on the history of Japanese Graphic Design, particularly the posters.
Very happy to announce the publication of our largest book project to date, and it’s one that looks very different from any of our other designs. This one is very 19th Century in appearance, a cue taken from the artwork in the exhibition Barbizon, Realism & Impressionism in France at the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art. A very challenging project, in which we had to create a contemporary and attention-getting design with traits of historical 19th-Century aesthetics. The bright orange and gold foil endpapers and the bright orange bands at the top and bottom of the binding are particularly nice details. Cloth bound with a tip-on image and gold foil printing, encased in a slipcase that is also cloth bound and printed with gold foil.
Available for purchase from http://www.westmontmuseum.org/museumstore.html
Excited to announce a new publication for the 2-person exhibition titled tug
One of our favorite publications all year, lots of color and big images.