We have created hundreds of identity packages for brands and products both large and small scale, local, regional, national and international. Our vision for a brand’s identity spans further than simply the logo, rather how it will be translated in various formats and in different media applications.
We create custom and unique, outstanding quality merchandise for various clients with the focus on the end result that your customers will wear and use them. This is not your typical merchandise with simply your logo which winds up as a rag in the garage .We connect to consumers and deliver products that ultimately sell!
The client brought an idea already of what they want in terms of concept/theme for this album. The task was more about finding a look and feel that go together with her new image but at the same time simplify enough to be reproduced in marketing materials.
Filthy Food, founded by brothers Daniel and Marc Singer, is the first and only brand to provide a full mix of premium drink garnishes, custom-made to “stimulate” the cocktail culture. Our assignment for this product line launch was to create a unique brand ID to be able to stand apart from the everyday garnish brands. Through an edgy logo, tagline, and supporting promotional marketing campaign. We not only created a look and feel for the brand but a platform for the “filthy culture”!
What a fun project to work on! Indulged in such a magnificent collection photographs, this latest project from professional photographer Kiko Ricote is a book called “Miami Visually Speaking”. My role in this project was to art direct the layout of the book and design pages that reflect Miami’s mood and spirit.
Visitors to the XEL-1 website still outnumber by a landslide all other Sony websites combined! Since launching the campaign, overwhelming interest and higher than anticipated sales for the XEL-1 are the norm despite its commanding price. Click below to find other campaign components.
The publication Poder was looking for fresh cover concepts surrounding the popular political topic “Obama Care”. We presented two concepts. First option was President Obama wearing bandages all over his head; second (the one chosen) concept I created is more generic and speaks in general about this topic using an American flag printed ace bandage.
Only in Miami. A few years back when the only classical station went off the air, we truly missed it. Imagine, a world class city without classical music radio. So when we learned through the airwaves that the recently formed Classical South Florida Public Radio was in peril for not meeting its pledge drive, we took action.
To develop this concept we took the essence of Club Barca experience as winning company and its accessibility to be learned. The visuals show sporting goods in exploded view with a brain in it representing the club experience calling attention to the target to read the content and connect with the message.