Logo and stationery system for a property management company located in Boston. Letterpress printing by Sesame Letterpress in Brooklyn, NY.
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Math Themed School Fundraiser Invitation: Everyone Counts
Everyone Counts! This school for young children chose a math theme which was perfectly suited for the fresh and bold use of circles and numbers. With it’s retro color palette and fun kid activities (cut off the ruler to measure stuff around the house!), the invitation was memorable and brought everyone together for a good…
My son’s school asked me to create a logo and invitation system for their annual fundraiser. Although the theme of iCreate was broad, there was no question in my mind’s eye that these designs needed to incorporate hands creating. We decided on using actual photos of the kids making art. Often, a simple treatment works…
I made this little label for my son’s party favor. We made vats of flubber (recipe is here), and packaged them in plastic containers. I designed the label in Adobe Illustrator, my all time favorite program. Then I e-mailed the file to my printer who printed them on sticker paper. I used a little pinking…
Always in My Heart
Hand painted faces combined with collage create a light and warm hearted mood for this early childhood school’s annual fundraiser.
Beatrice Jewelry Designs
Identity for a jewelry designer whose love of classic-with-a-twist inspired this letterpress card. Letterpress by Sesame Letterpress in Brooklyn, NY.
The Yellow Dog Company
Logo and branding for a high-end woodworking company. Clean lines and simple treatment elicit fine craftsmanship.
Little Girl Quilt
Whenever I receive a box of clothes from a client who wants a quilt, I go through each piece so that I can get a feel for who they are. This quilt, for a 6-year old girl, was one of my favorites. I loved her sense of fashion and color: Red heart tights, graphic tees,…
Little Boy Quilt
I made this quilt for my son. I used his favorite clothes from when he was a baby…or perhaps I should say my favorite clothes. His pirate pj’s were the most loved and worn. When he grew out of them, I used the top in his quilt. But the wee pants, I put in me…
PR Pack: Tender Threads
I made 20 quilted books to send to magazines to promote Tender Threads. I used scraps from quilts I had made all year. They turned out really cute and I ended up landing a page in Connecticut Cottages & Gardens! Love that magazine.