was to develop a logo with an aged-updated look. I began sketching.
Joel was excited... he
witnessed the idea emerge as it hit the paper. Below, the
gift crate set.
the look of a vintage fruit-crate label was paramount, as
Joel's grandfather had operated a fruit orchard decades
prior. This brought the family history full-circle.
Once designed, the logo applied to product labels,
banners, web elements and much more. Hood
River Lavender has grown to several farm locations and
a full line of retail products sold worldwide. Bottom line:
Joel and Diane make a fragrant and luxurious product line.
I simply helped make it
marketable (click image below
choice. Seen just below are the 4 choices my customer
could choose from. The top one is what was decided on.
happens. Recently a customer of ten years ago
contacted me to help her set up a new batch of business
cards. Seeing my chance to "remix" the old work-
a redesign was started. Truth be known- my perogative would
be to rework every design I have ever done. Change is good. Below:
Seasons of Life logo/business card rework project elements>
show you? Every PDI customer gets options. You have
to know that your design was the result of real work by a
elements "found". Since this was going
to a 4/C digital press and not a two colour press- there
was room to embellish. For the "band" a worn
segment of parchment paper was scanned in. For the "marble" a
candle was captured. The wreath element was made to look
like stained-glass and given depth with shading/highlights. Below:
The elements brought into the new card design option>
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