The Makemade Shapes Card demonstrates the playful but simple nature of our business aesthetics. Our ultimate goal besides getting business: to have a tiny piece of modern art for your pocket.
For a trade show in Las Vegas, this unique handmade paper wallet allowed Maven, a men’s boutique clothing store, the opportunity to pass out a memorable brochure that truly reflected its unique style and clientele. Since you are never to give a wallet to someone without money in it, this offered Maven a position to give away a lucky dollar that users could use to bet while in Vegas for the week. Additional Photography by Danny Maldonado, Noelle White, & Kevin Ste Marie.
With the New Orleans based film production company, Construct Films, we created a visual identity with high consideration of cinematic aesthetics, professionalism, and a strong presence on a movie screen. Their letterpress business card was printed with silver ink on 130lb Black Stock.
Coming off an 11 year hiatus, "Keep Walking" captures Horace Trahan's remarkable development and honest exploration of Cajun and Zydeco Music. The hardworking spiritual musician is truly at play on this album and we wanted to match his musical styles with an honest image that sewed his cultural fabrics together.
Envision da Berry encompasses a group of talented, creative individuals who love New Iberia, Louisiana. The project's aim is to empower sustainable communities through information and art. The flyer is designed to be as fun and vibrant as the founders and community involved. To encourage interaction, the flyer is not only informative for signing people up for the Envision da Berry app, but also serves as a means for individuals to create a poster for community events by writing on them and hanging them up around the town.
It is inevitable that every king will eventually fall from his throne. The tiny Louisiana crawfish is no exception. Accompanying the themes of this documentary from Allison Bohl DeHart and Connie Castille, the artwork celebrates the traditions and pageantry of the 50th annual Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival while at the same time, sheds light on the darker side of the dwindling crawfishing community suffering from the lack of generational interest and the increased production of oil and gas.
For the Lost Bayou Ramblers album, Mammoth Waltz, we designed a packaging to showcase the unique style of the band. Pulling from traditional cajun folk music, and filtered through a dizzying array of effects and distortions, the album and packaging seek to resurrect the mighty sounds of the past into a new breed of destructive cajun punk.
With an ear on the yesteryears of sweetheart harmonies and emotional power pop, we set our eyes on matching the sound of the Carbon Poppies' album,"And Don't the Kids Just Love It," with a stylized children's dreamworld. Searching through boxes of photos we took as children, we stumbled upon the imagery for the cover which in turn lead to the fun playful nature of a balloon download code of the album.
Bayou Gauche is a line of Southern Louisiana clothing from fashion designer and blogger, Nicole Leblanc. Made for upscale and active clientele, the clothing and logo reach to sophisticate the stereotypes of bayou living and shed new light into the future of Southwest Louisiana.