Franc is a retro/modern typeface named for a beloved street in Paris.
Identity Development and Design for Royal Wood Maison.
After launching Lotta Mae's Supply Co. with a huge continued success, Kate Van Cantfort was recognized by Athens Area Chamber as a nominee for the 2017 Athena Award for women making strides in business. Lotta Mae's was also featured as the business spotlight for First American Bank.
IWD is a retail thinking agency based in Paris, New York, LA, and Singapore. They specialize in a tech-forward approach to interior planning and communication for luxury stores worldwide. With the idea to promote an aspect of enjoyment to planning (usually cumbersome) store design, I worked together with Paris-based creative agency Spill to design marketing materials as well as a website and other business collateral.
Christmas Card letterpress design 2016.
Chrislyn Clay is a ceramics studio in New York City that creates pottery for the table. The logo and identity system reflects comfort—a facet of “new” luxury that is focused on quality of life rather than materialism, and also echoes the intimate dining experience. We balanced this comfort with some playful design elements throughout. Final produced components included promotional print materials, website, and printed packaging design.
Beaubourg is a slab-serif, fixed-width typeface. Beau was born in the Centre Pompidou library in August 2016 with the intent to further style headlines and typographic posters.
Carmen Busquets is a Venezuelan pioneer luxury and fashion entrepreneur. Working with Spill in Paris, I designed Carmen’s website and implemented front-end development to achieve the precise look she wanted for her brand.
Brand Research + Development, Logo, Packaging and Print Collateral Design for Capital Bee Company,a specialty honey company based out of Savannah, Georgia.
Displayed are illustrated line icons of Paris, par moi.
I designed and letterpressed two editions of this card, one in blue and one in pink, to send as part of a thank you gift to Letters + Light clients.
With the Conway+Partners team, I designed the 82-page brochure book that explained the thorough plans for Mana Wynwood, and informed possible investors and Chinese businessmen of the benefits of the campus.
The book is very content heavy and informational–with the text also doubling in two languages–so it was important to design without overwhelm. The visual cadence of the book was vital to present carefully with the right layout strategy and key graphics and photography.