Part of what makes my job so awesome is working with some really talented creators. Josh Dworkis and his team definitely fall into that category. After working with Josh to update his business cards to letterpress printing, he invited me continue working on his company's identify on his next venture, custom made planters. (Pictured below are two examples of the gorgeous work he and his team do.) Together we came up with a simple branding tool for marking his work in a way that is organic and will weather with the planters. Below are some images of the brand, how it works and the fun act of making a mark. Josh will be continuing to document and show his work on the new blog brooklynplanters.com.
I loved my trade show booth design so much, I brought it home and added it to the decor. Now I have an inexpensive 3D wallpaper. Or it looks like I embossed the wall behind my bed. Either way I love it.
So NSS has come and gone. It was vastly anticipated and definitely produced results. There was loads to learn and experience in between, but I'll get to the specifics after orders have been sent out and I've mentally put my feet up a bit. But for now here are some pictures! A peak at my new haircut, (yes the necklace matches the sign and shelves) the before and after of the booth (I loved planning and executing this!!), my beauty of a sister (who flew halfway across the country to help at the show) and printer pals at the paper party.