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Jocelyn & Jason Jocelyn & Jason Jocelyn & Jason Jocelyn & Jason Jocelyn & Jason Jocelyn & Jason Jocelyn & Jason Jocelyn & Jason

Jocelyn & Jason

This suite really speaks for itself — bright turquoise letterpress highlighted with shimmering silver accents, a bold, angled layout, and a tear-off info card for guests to save. I was hired to bring bride Jocelyn Selig’s brain child to life (she had already designed the sacred heart logo with her and her fiancé’s names) and couldn’t be happier with our collaboration. The suite was printed by San Francisco’s Dependable Letterpress, where they were edge-painted with bright silver.

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Bluebird Cotillion

Bluebird Cotillion is a boutique event planning business in Los Alamos, California. The business cards were letterpressed in grey ink and gold foil onto 220lb Crane’s Lettra, and finished with pale blue edge painting. Photography of the business cards by Lindsay Branquinho.

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Living City Design Competition Living City Design Competition Living City Design Competition Living City Design Competition Living City Design Competition

On 19, Aug 2012 | In | By Molly

Living City Design Competition

This brand identity work won 1st Place in the 2011 AIGA (Re)Design Awards for Social Responsibility in the “for profit” firm category. Read more about this award at Eco Salon.

The Living City Design Competition tasked architects, designers, planners, and artists from around the world with envisioning the eco-friendly, human-scale city of the future, based explicitly on the seven imperatives of the Living Building Challenge 2.0™. The graphic identity for the competition was conceived as a “lens” for framing the future – and for framing the cities in which we already live.

Work completed with and photos courtesy of softfirmSee more.

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Cascadia Green Building Council Programming Guide Cascadia Green Building Council Programming Guide Cascadia Green Building Council Programming Guide Cascadia Green Building Council Programming Guide Cascadia Green Building Council Programming Guide Cascadia Green Building Council Programming Guide

On 19, Aug 2012 | In | By Molly

Cascadia Green Building Council Programming Guide

The Cascadia Green Building Council is a not-for-profit organization promoting environmentally sound architectural practices. Each year the Council publishes a programming guide outlining the year’s upcoming events.

This issue won 2nd Place in the 2011 AIGA (Re)Design Awards for Social Responsibility in the “for profit” firm category. Read more about this award at Eco Salon.

Work completed with and photos courtesy of softfirm. See more.

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International Living Building Institute International Living Building Institute International Living Building Institute International Living Building Institute International Living Building Institute International Living Building Institute

On 19, Aug 2012 | In | By Molly

International Living Building Institute

The International Living Building Institute (since changed to the International Living Future Institute) is a non-governmental organization catalyzing a global transformation toward sustainability. The thought behind the ILBI brand was to express the balance between architecture and nature by juxtaposing bold geometric forms against organic watercolor washes.

This brand identity work won 3rd Place in the 2011 AIGA (Re)Design Awards for Social Responsibility in the “for profit” firm category. Read more about this award at Eco Salon.

Work completed with and photos courtesy of softfirmSee more.

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