Holly approaches brand design through meaningful concepts and with attention to detail.
Sondra named her business Mary Mack after her grandmother who taught her embroidery. Camellias and satsumas from Mary Mack’s yard and the flamingos that would frolick in the flower beds we brought together for this brand in chinoiserie style illustration to represent the Chinese origins of embroidery.
flowers and styling
A french inspired crest for a “more is more” type of girl who loves color and all things French. This branding brings together all of Christina’s favorite things to communicate her floral and food styling business of elevating everyday things into something special.
Personal elements embellish a crest to brand this boutique inspired by the owners family paired with clean typography for a chic aesthetic.
FIG design is named for the members of Ashley Hardison’s family. The fig also represents the fact that it takes time for the fruit to culture and nurture just as it takes time to nurture a home. This intentionality and care represent the investment Ashley makes in her clients projects.
Packaging and stationery for a charming honey farm in Mountain Brook, Alabama. The approach to the design was for a clean look but with a warm artisan touch. Hand lettered typography was paired with a simple illustrated bee finished with a scallop pattern inspired by the design of the bee houses.
The Fetch logo is inspired by owner Chelsey Heslop’s furry companion, Sawyer. Just like your best canine companion, Chelsey desires to be that reliable and enthusiastic partner who is invested in the marketing needs and growth of your business.
A chic illustration marks the work of interior designer Mary Clair Cumbaa serving the Mississippi delta region.
This charming front door illustration for Shelle’s logo is inspired by her love of gothic architecture and European homes.