Logo created for Capitol City Cinema, an independent, community funded cinema in Jefferson City, MO. The community funded project will bring art house style films to central Missouri, paired alongside mouthwatering offerings from Capitol City Cork.
The logo features a graphic portrayal of Jefferson City’s Capitol dome ( construction was completed in 1917- USA Today touted MO’s Capitol building as the most beautiful in all 50 states! ). The focal point of the logo features a film reel, the monochromatic scheme is a nod to the glamour of classic film, whose medium was really beginning to take a silent hold during the construction of the city’s Capitol.
Logo and branding design for Bare Knuckle Roasting Company, a small batch coffee roasting startup based in Jefferson City, Mo. Design inspired by 1920s art deco style packaging and the classic image of a bare knuckle boxer and his perfectly groomed facial hair. Bare Knuckle Roasting Company is currently offering some amazingly complex and delicious limited roasts including: Colombia Agua Blanca- light roast, Guatemala Antigua Yellow- light/medium roast, and Decaf Colombia Popayan-medium/dark roast. Looking forward to seeing what Bare Knuckle BREWS up in the future!
Candy bar wrapper designed for the Arts and Education Council of St. Louis. The candy bars (Hershey’s chocolate bars in disguise) served as a delicious way to say “thank you” to donors and workplace giving campaign coordinators.
Timeline designed to celebrate the Arts and Education Council’s 50th Anniversary featuring highlights from the arts in St. Louis from the past 50 years. Since 1963, A&E has raised over $100 million in support of arts and arts education organizations. The banner above is due to travel to selected arts institutions throughout the St. Louis region in 2013. Poster sized copies of the timeline were printed and gifted as keepsake momentos to select donors durring the 2013 St. Louis Arts Awards.
Resources designed and printed for the Arts and Education Council of St. Louis‘ 2013 workplace giving campaign. Posters, mugs, tote bags, pamphlets and stickers were distributed to over 100 St. Louis area businesses and educational institutions.