What great news for a Monday! A job that I produced in December is featured in the PaperSpecs Gallery! Head on over and check it out, leave a comment or rate the design!
Rose Crescent is a New Orleans based software design company that provides world-class business-focused, goal-oriented systems with exceptional quality, stability and usability. The name of the company was inspired by Rose Crescent, a street in Cambridge, England and the city of New Orleans, which is also known as The Crescent City. The goal was to create an identity that is clean and simple as well as references the origin of the name and conveys the utility and reliability of the brand. The crescent petals scattered in an irregular way on the business card give a sense of the logo being a solution to a scattered problem.
The mission of Rose Crescent is to provide superior software systems which are robust and reliable. The Rose Crescent logo is clean and simple referencing the origin of the name and conveys the utility and reliability of the brand. The crescent petals scattered in an irregular way on the business card give a sense of the logo being a solution to a scattered problem.
Remember back in October when I told y’all about an event identity that I was working on? Well, since then I have been hard at work completing all of the items for The Green Project’s 2011 SALVATIONS! Salvations is a cocktail gala featuring the finest in custom furniture designs created from salvaged materials to benefit The Green Project. I am sure many of you have seen the ads around already, but for those who have not, here is a sneak peek. I will be posting photos of all of the pieces soon. Learn more and purchase tickets for the April 16 event at the Salvations blog.
Foburg is a 3-day alternative music festival on March 11-13, 2011 in venues on Frenchmen Street and the surrounding neighborhood. It’s all about bringing together great local bands and touring bands to create one of the most memorable weekends in the local rock scene.
Foburg features rock, indie rock, and alternative artists from the greater Gulf South and national touring artists on their way to SXSW in Austin TX. Foburg also helps the historic Frenchmen Street by drawing fans of a less “traditional” genres of music to its venues.
Foburg 2010 featured 10 venues, 100 bands, and crowds approaching 10,000 people. Foburg 2011 aims to be twice as big, with 20 venues and 200 bands.
Each month a mailer was sent out including a recipe card along with Corporate Realty’s real estate transactions from the month. The theme for 2010 focused on Chef Frank Stitt’s fresh ingredients and recipes from his Alabama restaurants.
Since I was a kid, I have always loved finding these on the beach. I hadn’t seen one in a while until I was at the beach on Martha’s Vineyard a few weeks ago. I took some photos and drew it when I got home.