Continued branding work on a gluten-free bakery/kitchen out of Park City. Client wanted a combination of the two original concepts...based on the "blue chip stamps" from the 60's.
about 3 years ago
I like. There's an organic-ness to the typography, a touch of motion... very cool.
Looks great Ashley, love the extras feel & typography here.
I wish every gluten-free bakery would come to you for branding, some of them need some help. I love this style, I'm immensely jealous that you're so good at it.
Wow, thanks you guys! Not a custom type, but rather a customized variation of Phaeton. Excited to see this coming closer to the finished product. :)
Amazing effort there Ashley, and it's paid off. Fantastic.
Very nice, you actually managed to make a "est. 2010" copy look great and like it belongs there!
Stunning type work. Love the edge detailing too.
This would look great printed letterpress. Let me know if you're interested.
very nice indeed!
Great work. Love it!
Thanks everyone! I am starting to get real attached...hopefully the client doesn't want too many changes. :) @Angelbomb ...seriously! I already told the client I wanted her to start considering letterpress for some of her print material...I'll definitely be in touch if so.
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