Posts tagged kentucky
Posts tagged kentucky
A fun, little logo we designed for…
Kentucky and specifically the central Kentucky Bluegrass Region are littered with various organized bicycle rides. Our goal is to create an experience where you enjoy the freedom of the bicycle, the beauty of the bluegrass, and the bounty of our farmers; all while witnessing the skills and knowledge of some of Kentucky’s most talented chefs.
What is it? Progressive “Meal” + “Metric” Century (a metric century is a 100km bicycle ride, roughly 62 miles, our route will be roughly 65 miles)
Why? Celebrate the thriving local food and beverage culture. Contribute to the vibrant bicycling scene. Raise awareness and money for Broke Spoke Community Bike Shop.
BIG BIG THANKS to everyone who came by our tent during this weekend’s Woodland Art Fair! And the Lexington Art League for organizing such an amazing event! Wow…we felt a lot of love. The little bit of poor weather didn’t dampen our spirits. Lexington…you rock!
And one last post about where we’ll be this weekend. Here’s a handy map to show you exactly where Cricket Press will be set-up!
Booths 156+157…in the heart of the park!
So, stop by and say Hi!, check out all our new work, some of our old work. It’ll be fun.
The Woodland Art Fair!
Saturday, August 16, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday, August 17, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Here at Cricket Press, we often worry about your beer. Is it staying cold enough? Is your hand comfortable? Are you going to drink that last sip?
We have a solution for the first two, and you can come get one of these this weekend at the Woodland Art Fair!
Here is the logo we designed for Apollo Pizza's newly brewed…
We’re celebrating two years back in business with the launch of our exclusive house beer Athena Ale.
Athena Ale is brewed just for Apollo Pizza by The Brew Kettle. The only place you can get this smooth amber is right here in Richmond starting August 14th.
As everyone knows we at Cricket Press love us some craft beer…and we can’t wait to try this!
Logo week continues with our logo for…
Rootbound Farm is a sustainable farm located in northeast Jefferson County and in Oldham County, along Harrods Creek. We grow chemical-free vegetables and herbs for wholesale, restaurants, and local farmer’s markets.
Good people. Good place.
Proud to have worked with them on this!
Our poster for…The Morris Book Shop's 6th birthday!
We LOVE LOVE LOVE this local book store. It’s right in the heart of our little neighborhood and we walk down to it all the time. Sometimes just to chat with the employees. And sometimes to restock the Cricket Press items they sell ;)
If you’re a Lexington local…stop by tomorrow as they offer an all day celebration that is incredibly fun!
2 color screenprint
12” x 18”
Edition of 100
BIG thanks for all who stopped by the booth during this past weekend’s Forecastle Fest! Wow!!! What a weekend. Everything about this music festival is amazing…no kidding.
Cricket Press will be set-up at the music fest Forecastle this weekend July 17th-19th as part of the API poster show!
Come check out the limited edition hand screen-printed posters, chat with the artists from all over the nation and pick up a poster of your own. Participating artists include Boss Construction, Nate Duval, Status Serigraph, Cricket Press, Clint Reno, Mexican Chocolate, MadPixel, Subject Matter Studios, Powerhouse Factories, James Flames, Angry Blue, Methane Studios, Furturtle Printworks, and State of Shock Studios.
We’re proud to show-off the new can we designed for West Sixth’s latest beer release…
Another BIG announcement: the newest addition to the canned beer lineup will be the Pay it Forward Cocoa Porter! A taproom favorite, it’s moving up to the big leagues! It is available now in the taproom and will be in cans and on draft around Kentucky in September.
Poster Week - Day 3
We are super excited about our poster design for the indy film…
Shirt design for the Yates Elementary Young Gardeners! This is the second year we’ve had the privilege of designing these. So much fun!
In association with WalkBike Frankfort…our logo design for…
The Folkbike ReCyclery is a non-profit, volunteer organization located at 308 Lewis St. in Frankfort, KY. We acquire unwanted used bicycles, restore and repair them, and provide them to people that aren’t able to buy a new bike from a local bike shop.
Our logo design for…
WalkBike Frankfort is dedicated to making the capital of Kentucky the best city in the Commonwealth for pedestrians and cyclists.
Another poster week continues with our design for…
These will be available to attendees and students at the unveiling of the new Howard Dayton School of Business.
3 color screenprint
12” x 18”
Edition of 200