Tag: web design

RIVTAK Handmade

River Takada-Capel is the artist behind RIVTAK Handmade, a brand dedicated to creating environmentally responsible goods using only salvage and remnant materials. River’s work is maximalist, handcrafted, sometimes messy, always beautiful, and made with care.  We wanted her branding to encompass many disparate concepts: earthy but otherworldly, old but new, colorful but neutral. Ultimately, we decided on a brand identity that felt modern, but still connected to tradition.

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The Great Room

The Great Room at Top of the Hill is a unique private events venue in downtown Chapel Hill. Throughout Molly’s time as the Director of Sales & Marketing at TOPO, she worked on various design projects to promote the event space, including a complete website re-design and numerous pieces of marketing collateral.

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Cure Deli & Cafe

Cure Deli & Cafe’s branding was based around the warm earth tones and rustic feel of the deli’s interior design, with a logo reminiscent of the butcher badges found on vintage meat packaging. Chef & proprietor Matt envisioned a traditional deli with house-cured and smoked meats, so it was important to incorporate a handmade and vintage feel to cure’s brand identity.

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Trellis Beauty

Trellis Beauty is a clean beauty shop with a retail location in Raleigh. We created a full brand identity for Trellis, including logo, website, stationery, and various other print goods. In the words of owner Tracy, their brand identity needed to feel “clean and natural, but not at all granola.” The result is a myriad of bright colors, clean lines and natural shapes, expressing the brand’s fun ethos with a nod to the eco-friendly beauty experience customers can expect.

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Top of the Hill

While in her former role as Director of Sales & Marketing for Top of the Hill Restaurant & Brewery, Molly had the opportunity to produce a wide array of designs, from the menu to the website to crowler packaging.

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Hodges Jewelry Co.

Hodges is a South Georgia-based and family-owned jewelry store that’s been in operation since 1969. They also gave Molly her first job as a sales clerk in high school! Originally operating as two separate stores, Hodges of Camilla and Hodges of Pelham, they decided to re-brand the business as part of their merger into one store with two locations. Their new brand identity represents the luxe, reliable and customer-focused service Hodges provides.

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