Vector Image of Existing Logo and T-Shirts
Benefit Your Life Bakery
Pam along with her parents, Alberta and Woody, own and operate Benefit Your Life bakery. Being long-time patrons of the establishment since they were on Cambell Station Rd. we recently had the opportunity to do business with this special family business.
We were initially approached to turn their existing logo into a vector image. That means using illustration and knowledge of fonts to create an Illustrator file (Vector Image) of the current flat image into a usable logo. They also needed a black & white vector image of the logo for labels. We were also requested to design business cards and gift cards.
Throughout the business relationship, we have designed graphics and provided short and long sleeve t-shirts.
Don't miss out on this wonderful gluten-free bakery (yes, everything is gluten-free)!
Branding and Illustration
Bud's Farmhouse Coffee
Anne and Jim approached us about an idea for a new coffee shop in Oak Ridge. They had some ideas of what they wanted for a new logo and color scheme. This was during the 2020 COVID pandemic so we met through Zoom for our initial meeting.
We easily communicated by email and text through the design process. We presented her with many options on logos until one logo was decided on. This process took about a week.
Anne needed not only the logo but also a directory sign, vinyl graphic for their front glass door, business cards, vector image of the logo for marketing (which is included in the logo price), stamps with her logo, and an illustration of a doodle her dad came up.
It was a pleasure working with Anne and Jim. Definitely check out their new coffee shop!
Kim with Mae Larue Boutique reached out to us to create a logo and branding. Kim needed business cards, thank you cards, a tabletop banner, and stickers. The design of all products was created with a simple but classy theme for her boutique.
It was a pleasure working with Kim and I look forward to watching her Facebook videos with all of the latest trends!
Illustration / Manual
Knox Box Manual
This is a manual we did for Knox Box. They wanted us to do illustrations on how to fold out the cardboard VR glasses they were selling on their website. I used Adobe Illustrator for this project.