Roles: Branding / Art Direction / Product Style Consultation
Satchel & Page is an Austin-based purveyor of gorgeous handmade bags, jackets and other various leather goods. Inspired by owner + creator Daniel Ralsky's family heirloom map case, passed down from his grandfather after WWII, Satchel & Page has become a local, global- and personal favorite.
Branding for Omaha's Northwestern Bell building, which housed America's switchboard for 1-800-numbers from the 1950s through 80s. Using the building's history to inform its new identity, brand collateral pulls inspiration from vintage invention drawings, all things communication related, and cheeky messaging.
Sweet sweet brand goodies for Sugar Wheel Works, Portland brainchild of bicycle wheelbuilder Jude (Kirstein) Gerace.
Branding for downtown Omaha's tallest residential tower included logo, interior art pieces, wayfinding and exterior signage, custom mural and carpet design, custom metal fence patterning, and all print and web promotional materials.
Packaging for Austin artist Aisha Burns' solo debut album.
Branding for another previously vacant building in downtown Omaha, SLATE was developed with the idea that residents would have a 'blank slate' to work with. We started with a simple 40-degree angle, and kept all signage, wallpaper and balcony material patterning aligned with the 1970s mod theme.
Logomark for international photojournalist Tristan Wheelock, who asked for an understated monogram that suggested the vision of captured moments, cultural flexibility + curiosity, discovery and direction. Because Tristan also works in film, he also needed his mark to work in black and white.
Rebrand + team cycling kit for Bikeflights.com, a worldwide bike-shipping company based in Portland, OR
Branding and promotional materials for 5 years of Live The Revolution (LTR), an event concieved by Sugar Wheel Works of Portland, OR, and executed annually to raise funds for BTA's 'Safe Rides to School' program.
Annual Report for AIGA Austin's 15th anniversary. A hash-mark system was developed to represent '15' in an unexpected yet recognizable way.