Category: design

Designing with Type

Occasionally we get to do a gallery card in which the artwork is not yet available, which means we get to really showcase the fonts in the design. This mash up combines a font classics like American Typewriter with a

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Program Cover

We recently finished this program book cover for the Four Corners Arts Center in which sharp dynamic shapes converge to play on the concept of “four corners.”

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Summer Design

We’ve been working with DeBlois Gallery in Newport, RI for years now, and they’re always up for something fun. This year’s Member’s Show design uses punchy color and contemporary direction. Go see it if you can!

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Simple, Elegant Packaging

This 300 year old farm, located in South Dartmouth, MA needed a simple and elegant packaging solution for their organic jellies and jams which sell in local markets and shops. This lovely little hang-tag provides ample space for logo and

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Happy Holidays!

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Pantone's Color Report, Fall 2009

From top to bottom: Majolica Blue, Warm Olive, Rapture Rose, Nomad, Burnt Sienna, Iron, Purple Heart, Honey Yellow, American Beauty, Créme Brulé. Source:

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The NBC Font Fiasco

The NBC corporation is being sued for $2 million in damages over the use of fonts licensed from a font design studio called Font Bureau, out of Boston. The fonts in question are Bureau Grotesque, Interstate and Antenna. The claim is that

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African-Themed Gallery Card

This lovely gallery card was created for a show currently running at Deblois Gallery. We wanted desperately to avoid any “African” style decorative fonts, so we used some of our old favorites, Caslon and Baskerville, and styled them with half-tones

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Multiple Intentions

We recently designed this postcard for the Portsmouth Arts Guild in Portsmouth, RI. Promotional materials for multiple artists with no particular aesthetic connection can be tricky; trying to combine images from the various artists can lead to visual chaos. We’ve

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Variations on Transition

Invite designs for a gallery opening in Newport, RI; themed, Through the Looking Glass.

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