Branding + Design
- All Clients
- Axis Architecture + Interiors
- Bad Dad Brewing Co.
- BB&C LLP
- Bottleworks District
- Christ Church Cathedral
- Four Day Ray
- Indy Parks Foundation
- Indy Welcomes All
- Metazoa Brewing Company
- Miller House
- Near East Area Renewal
- Newfangled Confections
- No Mean City
- Oliver Winery
- Spotts Garden Services
- The Brandman Agency
- The District Tap
- Visit Bloomington
- Columbus Area Visitors CenterSee the Work
Eero Saarinen and Alexander Girard's mid-century modern masterpiece, the Miller House, is nestled away in Columbus, Indiana. That's why it is so charming and mysterious - but it's also why few outside the architecture community are aware of it.
- Four Day RaySee the Work
Four Day Ray was new to the beer aisle and needed a distinctive look. The first few can designs, including the Laplander Blonde, define the brewery. They draw on railroad heritage and 1930s Americana. As a result, this beer brand feels like it's been around forever.
- NO MEAN CITYSee the Work
Indianapolis community leaders needed a way to attract and retain people to live in Marion County. And so we built an online platform for local residents to tell their stories-about the people, places, and culture that make Indianapolis one-of-a-kind.
- Indianapolis Parks FoundationSee the Work
In 2017, the Indianapolis Parks Foundation set a milestone, celebrating the fifteenth anniversary of the IPL Mayor’s Lunch for Parks – also known as the #FunLunch. We have worked to brand and promote the event for the past seven years, so it seemed second nature to embrace the momentum.
- CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRALSee the Work
By understanding their parishioners, programs, approach, and beliefs, we equipped Christ Church Cathedral with a brand that reflects who and where they are, a platform to share what they believe, and a plan to reach their new audiences.
- Christ Church CathedralSee the Work
Every year, Christ Church Cathedral invites the community to spend a summer day in Indianapolis eating strawberry shortcake beneath on the Circle. We wanted the festival to reflect the same fusion of tradition and progress exemplified by the CCC brand.