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Jun Sasaki Stationery Jun Sasaki Stationery Jun Sasaki Stationery Jun Sasaki Stationery Jun Sasaki Stationery Jun Sasaki Stationery Jun Sasaki Stationery

Jun Sasaki Stationery

Jun Sasaki is a Japanese painter and illustrator. When he approached me about creating the logo for his new stationery line, I was thrilled and could immediately see how our work complemented one another. But it wasn’t until I received the (adorably-wrapped!) package of finished cards from him that I really swooned. His ink illustrations of animals from around the world are whimsical yet abstract and the Japanese craft and manila papers are luscious. (The last image image in this slideshow is taken from Jun’s website, which is a beautiful site to browse, even if you can’t read Japanese.)

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Vogue Footwear Vogue Footwear Vogue Footwear Vogue Footwear Vogue Footwear Vogue Footwear

On 16, Sep 2012 | In | By Molly

Vogue Footwear

Vogue Footwear was looking for a versatile logo that could be applied to their products at various sizes — from a large gold foil version on the outside of each shoebox to a tiny embossed version on the bottom of every shoe. I provided the final logotype, and its coloring and implementation on the products and web were the work of the Vogue design team.

Pictured in the first three photos: Hot to Trot Flats in Splatter Pony. Press photos courtesy of Vogue’s website.

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Cormier Creative Cormier Creative Cormier Creative Cormier Creative Cormier Creative Cormier Creative Cormier Creative Cormier Creative Cormier Creative

On 19, Aug 2012 | In | By Molly

Cormier Creative

Cormier Creative is a Cincinnati graphic design studio specializing in invitation and publication design. Owner Sara Cormier was looking for a hand-lettered logo that captured her company’s fun side, while staying true to the clean, modern look of her own work. After a couple rounds of pencil sketches, we agreed on a direction for the brand and I had a lot of fun designing the perfect flourish to finish the logo off.

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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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Paper Posy Paper Posy Paper Posy

On 15, Aug 2012 | In | By Molly

Paper Posy

Paper Posy is a stationery design studio in Johannesberg, South Africa. Logotype by Plurabelle. Color scheme and addition of a font by Paper Posy.

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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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Bree Callaham Branding Bree Callaham Branding Bree Callaham Branding Bree Callaham Branding

On 29, Aug 2012 | In | By Molly

Bree Callaham Branding

Bree is a marriage and family therapist in Los Angeles. We wanted to create a brand for her that was both friendly and professional. The final identity is primarily taupe and dark grey with accents of warm yellow.

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