Posts tagged design
Posts tagged design
The West Sixth Brewing Company has released their first seasonal…a Christmas Ale on sale now in a limited edition. We’ve tried it…and though we’re not huge christmas beer fans this is pretty great. The ale is rich and spicy with a touch of sweet and provides a good punch with it’s 9% ABV ;)
We designed the can (along with the matching glasses and koozies)! So, get them while you can!
We’ve done the artwork for this event for the past few years and we always have a lot of fun working with this client to create the aesthetics for their event. It’s been so good they already commissioned next year’s poster for the…
Logo week concludes with a logo for OUR FAVORITE FOOD TRUCK IN ALL OF LEXINGTON! No joke. It was a joy to work with them.
If Fork in the Road is there…that’s what we’re eating. Always a menu of deliciousness.
"You hear the words “fresh”, “seasonal”, and “local” thrown around a lot these days, and with good reason. Ingredients are at the forefront of the cooking process, no short cuts, you can count on having the best sustainable products going into my cuisine. Great foods in, great dishes out."
The logo we designed for…
The Single Frame is the portfolio site of photographer Jennifer Singleton. Check out her work! She was great to work with as we developed her logo.
Logo week continues with this design for…
Renaissance Artisan Distillers produces a variety of spirits the old world way. Slowly, meticulously and in small batches. From our Gin to our Whiskey, we believe you will find our spirits to be the best you have tasted.
The logo we designed for Fayette County’s Gardener’s Toolbox program.
The Fayette County Cooperative Extension Horticulture program provides educational training and technical assistance to our community. Cooperative Extension is the major provider of research-based information for consumers and horticulture businesses.
Logo Week! As we’ve been busy with poster work we’ve been equally as busy creating an array of logos for budding & established businesses. So, we’ll be posting a new design each day this week. Today’s logo is for…
Meaningful Paper’s vision is to be a local advocate for the benefits of letter writing and meaningful communication in general. Educating customers about the value of writing hand written notes, providing an opportunity for children to explore thinking about the impact of writing their feelings, and encouraging all human beings to consider the responsibility we have as consumers.
As folks who appreciate process…when meeting with the client we liked comparing the process of hand-writing a letter to preparing a hot cup of tea, sitting down, taking a moment, and being with your thoughts.
Poster week concludes with our poster for Mondo Zombie Boogaloo:
Los Straightjackets and The Fleshtones
Playing tonight at The Southgate House Revival. You can find these available at the show or later on our site!
3 color screenrprint
16” x 20”
edition of 130
Thriller posters over the years: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.
Our poster for the 2013…
Thriller & Halloween Parade Poster
On Saturday, October 26th, zombies will flood Main Street and boogie their way from the Kentucky Theater to Mill Street. After the zombies have done their dance, families will be treated to a Halloween fun parade.
2 color screenprint
edition of 150
12” x 18”
Our poster (and logo) design for the new mud run event…
"Most mud races have a similar hardcore, military theme. The Kentucky Dirty is more like the best day of summer when you were 12 years old! It’s a bunch of fun obstacles, then a party at the end with bands, bourbon, beer, and a bunch of games and contests to do with your friends. Ok, hopefully you weren’t boozing when you were 12, but you get the idea."
"Stay on the Tank"
Super proud to have been commissioned by the US Army Brotherhood of Tankers to design and print this poster for their Homecoming. These will be given as gifts to veterans who attend the gathering rather than for promotional purposes.
Featuring over 180 pages of full-color images chronicling hundreds of selected pieces created by Cricket Press over the past decade.
We’ll have cookies & coffee from the Good Foods Coop = Celebration!
The Cricket Press Studio + Gallery is located at 501 W. Sixth Street in the Bread Box Studio Artists space, which is behind West Sixth Brewing. We are an official stop on the Lexington Gallery Hop, so along with our little event, there will also be new works on display by the rest of the Bread Box Studio artists.
NEW MINI ART PRINTS!
We’ve been working hard after the success of the Woodland Art Fair and have a dozen new minis available in our Etsy Store!
A little page we put together for self promotion and to be included in the 2013 Original Makers Club book.