A rebranding of Crane & Co., the historic paper goods manufacturer established in Dalton, Massachusetts in 1801. The mark references Dalton's Housatonic River and dendrochronology (tree-ringing). Designed with Louise Fili.
9 months ago
It's a beauty.
That ampersand is stunning, John. Beautiful work.
nice mark man!
I just choked on my cup of tea, this is absolutely stunning! The ampersand, the mark and the squared-off full stop are all really nicely considered.
yeah, good stuff
Just Lovely. It's got that "Crane" look for sure. Well Done!
Yep - Love this! Well done sir.
Such a thoughtful and beautiful mark. Outstanding work, John.
Definitely evokes the right feel. Huge improvement over the old, with loads of character.
Classic John. Love the dendrochronology reference.
Perfection on every level. Congratulations sir.
LOVE that ampersand!
Wow, how did I miss this! (That I spent several days kayaking with no internet may be a good reason, but still...) I love the terminal on the C, and the closed upper storey of the ampersand. You can really feel the historicity of the mark - unadulterated type beauty!
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