IMBA, the International Mountain Bicycling Association, asked for a brochure. Instead, we delivered this tin which was filled with letterpress cogs, stickers and an info pack. Just try to ignore this direct mail piece.
The challenge was to make display cards that worked for two types of earrings: fabric and paper. They also had to be playful and grab people's attention. A cat wearing earrings? Now I'm listening.
A custom print for a new mother to hang in her baby's room. Little Josie couldn't have cared less, but mom was streaming happy tears.
These fall Swap Shop invitations were wrapped and shipped in custom kraft paper envelopes and sealed with a punch of dictionary text (from the Wyoming section, of course). Party-goers wore badges with a faux bois spot for their names.
An exercise in hand-lettering and shooting with a medium format camera.
How do you make a simple holiday card that clients won't toss? You make it a display piece with a fancy pop-out tree-shaped stand.
A handmade sale calls for an entirely handmade poster. Done and done.
When someone named Mary Winter wants a simple holiday card it's hard to say no.