Designheavy was called upon to craft a new logo identity for the beloved Bike So Good bike shop located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle. We were asked to create business stationary, signage, bike stickers, various A-Frame boards, and artwork for their mobile bike van. YeeHaw!
A tantalizing read. Chef Julie Hearnes has managed to co-author three cookbooks with her mother, Sharon Kramis: The Cast-Iron Skillet Cookbook and The Dutch Oven Cookbook and their most recent The Cast Iron Skillet-Big Flavors, which have received positive reviews in publications like the New York Times book review and the Seattle Times. With a new online presence we were able to bring her a whole new audience.
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Hitting the liquor store aisles, and quite possibly your taste buds, I am thrilled to share my new bottle design work for Sound Spirits Distillery!
The new DEPTH series was inspired by cocktail culture and the Art Deco movement of the 20's and 30's. DEPTH-Cacao Liqueur was made using Seattle's own Theo Chocolates and is big on flavor, not on the sweet. So far the feedback from distillery tastings have been off the charts. The DEPTH-Cacao Liqueur is just 1 of 3 in a series (Menthe Liqueur and Vow Of Silence) due out in the next few weeks. Cheers!
A few logo explorations for the Washington Distillers Guild representing a new spirits industry not seen since prohibition. One requirement was that the logo needed to include a still design approved by the all the guild members. The logo selected was a variation on the first logo.
Purveyors of delicious hand-crafted ales and lagers in Edmonds Washington. We crafted an authentic identity inspired by the Salish Sea itself as well as artwork for outdoor signage, apparel, and point of sale items.