Displays that stop people in their tracks and start conversations…
Magazine and newspaper advertising that stands out…
Direct mail pieces that are opened and read…
Print design that works!
The design of the sales sheet for Vido Vodka feels as hand-crafted as the product itself! The back includes hand-drawn sketches that illustrate the vodka making process, plus a great deal of custom illustration work.
Inland Desert Nursery
Inland Desert Nursery’s annual product catalog is a beautiful combination of reference material and periodical, making use of stunning photography, updated listings and a fresh design each year to show off their products and services to best advantage at trade shows across the country.
Walla Walla Environmental Trade Show
This design includes a series of sales sheets created to promote paint additives made by Walla Walla Environmental for sale to large-scale retailers. A matching floor-length trade show display was also created to coordinate with these sheets as well.
A beautifully colored illustration is the centerpiece of the overall brand identity for Rocky Pond Winery. We incorporated this memorable artwork into their branding materials, including marketing collateral material, stationery, envelopes, business cards.
Illustration © Ester Roi
The Stern Center
Created for the Stern Center to appear in Alaska Airlines Magazine and 425 Magazine, these ads are designed to inspire self-care through aesthetic/cosmetic procedures.
Living TC Magazine
We were asked to develop a color palette and design a cover for Living TC magazine. It required flexibility to work with ever-changing cover images and seasonal themes but was a fun challenge every quarter of the magazine’s several years of life.
Kadlec Physician Recruiting
We wrote this recruiting piece for Kadlec Physician from the perspective of a fellow physician. The copy and imagery were focused on a family-centric lifestyle, while incorporating the hospital’s quality ratings and accolades. The brochure was mailed in a custom envelope, complete with a personalized note from the doctor featured inviting the recipient to call him personally to learn more.
What would George do? He’d sport a helmet, cycling shorts and explore the scenic backroads of Washington State! Or he would’ve if there had BEEN a Washington State while he was alive. He just looked like that kind of guy!
Warr-King Wine Club Application
The goal of this brochure was to let fans of Warr-King Wines take the Craftsman-like elegance away with them by providing wine club information and an application in a beautiful, brand-appropriate package! This brochure is perforated along one side of a page so that a customer can fill out the application, tear it off, turn it in and keep the rest of the piece for reference.
Port of Pasco Newsletter
We designed the Port of Pasco Newsletter for many years. In 2018 we were asked to refresh the basic template and its elements to be more consistent with their new organizational branding. The new design is filled with easy-to-read pull quotes, sideboards, captions and statistics, so that if the reader only quickly scans the newsletter, they still have a pretty good idea what’s going on at the Port.
Destination Brands Stationery
Every wine from Destination Brands comes from Goose Mountain and Washington’s soon-to-be new Goose Gap AVA. Thus, we used the “Goose Mountain” feather as the focal point of this brand. The feather – laid on its side – forms an eerily accurate silhouette of Goose Mountain.
2021 American Graphic Design Award
Camp Prime Time Brochure
Camp Prime Time is a special place for families with terminally ill or developmentally disabled children. Whole families – not just children – are invited to come for a weekend. For a brief moment, the whole family can relax together, letting someone else care for them! This brochure was designed to inspire campers to register, to recruit volunteer support, and to move donors to give.
Breast Cancer Awareness T-Shirt
The local fire-fighters union commissioned a t-shirt that they could wear during breast cancer awareness month. It had to NOT be “too pink,” among the other design challenges. They also wanted to enter their shirt in a national t-shirt contest. While we didn’t win, we had a seriously impressive number of votes!