Monthly Archives: April 2011
We just finished some awesome die-cut decals for Sneakin’it-in, a group that focuses on sneaker culture, based in the Boston area. As far as die-cut decals go, these are probably
Recently, Redhook Beer, a micro-brewery in Washington, decided to re-design their packaging and beer bottle labels in order to provide consumers with a more uniform and easy to recognize style.
When we create a logo, we usually just look at the logo based on how it is “supposed” to look. We rarely flip it over and see what it may
Classic Salads, a Salinas Valley farm specializing in organic baby leaf salads, has recently launched a QR coded label for their Canadian market salad clamshells. The company is fairly new
American Yogini, an ultra-cool retreat located near New York City, specializes in raw juice cleanses and other toxin releasing treatments. Their products are designed to free your body of the