Award-Winning USGBC US Green Building Council Annual Report Print Design by Polygraph
Award-Winning USGBC US Green Building Council Annual Report Print Design by Polygraph
Award-Winning The Outlook Lodge Brand Identity Design by Polygraph
Award-Winning The Outlook Lodge Brand Identity Design by Polygraph
Award-Winning Global Fund for Children Non-Profit Annual Report Print Design by Polygraph
Award-Winning Global Fund for Children Non-Profit Annual Report and Resource Guide Print Design by Polygraph
Frostings Cupcake Bakery Custom Website Design and Logo Brand Identity Design with Hand Lettering by Polygraph
Frostings Cupcake Bakery Custom Website Design and Logo Brand Identity Design with Hand Lettering by Polygraph
Glass Cookie Serving Tray Product Design by Polygraph in the MoMA Design Store
Glass Cookie Serving Tray Product Design by Polygraph in the MoMA Design Store
Award-Winning Typographic exhibit poster for the Athenaeum Gallery handmade from leaves by Polygraph
Award-Winning Typographic exhibit poster for the Athenaeum Gallery handmade from leaves by Polygraph
Playful Electrical Outlet Covers for Parents and Kids for Gama-Go by Polygraph
Playful Electrical Outlet Covers for Parents and Kids for Gama-Go by Polygraph
Natural Selection Themed Print Collateral for Art Directors Club of Metro Washington Annual Show with Naturalist Illustrations by Polygraph
Natural Selection Themed Print Collateral for Art Directors Club of Metro Washington Annual Show with Naturalist Illustrations by Polygraph
Pyramid Kitchen Measuring Cup Set for Gama-Go by Polygraph
Pyramid Kitchen Measuring Cup Set for Gama-Go by Polygraph
Colorful Graphic Design and Type for the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum by Polygraph
Washington Post and Web Ads for the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum by Polygraph
 

Printed Materials
The U.S. Green Building Council is a nonprofit network leading the building industry through advocacy, certification, and education. We teamed with USGBC to develop an annual report that communicated the core of their mission both thematically and visually through a series of bold illustrations. We created a rich palette by photographing dozens of sustainable building materials and used them to build each illustration. Communication Arts Design Annual Winner!

Printed Materials
The U.S. Green Building Council is a nonprofit network leading the building industry through advocacy, certification, and education. We teamed with USGBC to develop an annual report that communicated the core of their mission both thematically and visually through a series of bold illustrations. We created a rich palette by photographing dozens of sustainable building materials and used them to build each illustration. Communication Arts Design Annual Winner!

An Ideal Outlook
Tucked away in picturesque Green Mountain Falls, Colorado, The Outlook Lodge is a historic 1889 retreat given a modern update. In keeping with the new mid-century modern styling, we created a subtle typographic brand that harkens back to a time of the western railroad and telegraphs while keeping a distinct art gallery simplicity. The Outlook Lodge brand encompasses everything a boutique hotel may need from envelopes and stationery to wooden signage. HOW Design Winner!

An Ideal Outlook
Tucked away in picturesque Green Mountain Falls, Colorado, The Outlook Lodge is a historic 1889 retreat given a modern update. In keeping with the new mid-century modern styling, we created a subtle typographic brand that harkens back to a time of the western railroad and telegraphs while keeping a distinct art gallery simplicity. The Outlook Lodge brand encompasses everything a boutique hotel may need from envelopes and stationery to wooden signage. HOW Design Winner!

Show & Tell
The Global Fund for Children, a DC-based nonprofit, supports grassroots organizations around the world who are enriching the lives of vulnerable children. We recently partnered with them to create a suite of global print collateral, including their annual report, resource guide, and marketing brochure. Through clean, sophisticated design and typography, vibrant infographics and photography, we created a clear articulation of their mission. Gold ADDY Award Winner!

Show & Tell
The Global Fund for Children, a DC-based nonprofit, supports grassroots organizations around the world who are enriching the lives of vulnerable children. We recently partnered with them to create a suite of global print collateral, including their annual report, resource guide, and marketing brochure. Through clean, sophisticated design and typography, vibrant infographics and photography, we created a clear articulation of their mission. Gold ADDY Award Winner!

Made from Scratch
What began as a website overhaul for Frostings, a gourmet bake shop in Richmond, evolved into a full identity redesign. From a custom online ordering platform to a hand-lettered new logotype, we developed a new brand architecture to increase visibility and simplify the online user experience. The result is a reinvigorated brand that leverages social media, elegant photography, and legible type hierarchies to create a cohesive visual style. Their peanut butter pretzel cupcake is a must!

Made from Scratch
What began as a website overhaul for Frostings, a gourmet bake shop in Richmond, evolved into a full identity redesign. From a custom online ordering platform to a hand-lettered new logotype, we developed a new brand architecture to increase visibility and simplify the online user experience. The result is a reinvigorated brand that leverages social media, elegant photography, and legible type hierarchies to create a cohesive visual style. Their peanut butter pretzel cupcake is a must!

Fantastic Unplastic
The crinkling sound of disposable plastic cookie packaging is almost as iconic as the cookies themselves. We developed this hand-blown glass serving tray that elevates the familiar and the nostalgic by challenging its materiality. It's perfect to display your homemade goodies, serve gourmet crackers and cheese, and genuinely entertain your guests. The Fantastic Unplastic tray was picked up by the MoMA Design Store and featured in their 2012 catalogue.

Fantastic Unplastic
The crinkling sound of disposable plastic cookie packaging is almost as iconic as the cookies themselves. We developed this hand-blown glass serving tray that elevates the familiar and the nostalgic by challenging its materiality. It's perfect to display your homemade goodies, serve gourmet crackers and cheese, and genuinely entertain your guests. The Fantastic Unplastic tray was picked up by the MoMA Design Store and featured in their 2012 catalogue.

Unanswerable Questions
For a photographic exhibition at the Athenaeum Gallery in Alexandria, we had the opportunity to create a typographic illustration featuring text by Southern writer, Lillian Smith. With tweezers, patience and steady hands we produced the entire piece using natural elements (ferns, blades of grass, individual pine needles). The result is a typographic portrait that comes richly to life but let's the text speak for itself. Type Directors Club Winner!

Unanswerable Questions
For a photographic exhibition at the Athenaeum Gallery in Alexandria, we had the opportunity to create a typographic illustration featuring text by Southern writer, Lillian Smith. With tweezers, patience and steady hands we produced the entire piece using natural elements (ferns, blades of grass, individual pine needles). The result is a typographic portrait that comes richly to life but let's the text speak for itself. Type Directors Club Winner!

Ouchlets
Exposed outlets are an ever-present danger to little fingers in households everywhere. We designed these bandage-shaped outlet covers as a playfully pragmatic solution for parents and a friendly reminder to kids that they should avoid these serious ouchie-inducers. Designed for and in partnership with our friends at Gama-Go. Available for purchase at Gama-Go.

Ouchlets
Exposed outlets are an ever-present danger to little fingers in households everywhere. We designed these bandage-shaped outlet covers as a playfully pragmatic solution for parents and a friendly reminder to kids that they should avoid these serious ouchie-inducers. Designed for and in partnership with our friends at Gama-Go. Available for purchase at Gama-Go.

Survival of the Fittest
The Art Directors Club of Metro Washington's Annual Show celebrates award-winning design from all across the DC metro area. We were chosen to create this year's creative campaign, which included multiple collateral pieces for the competition. Combining classic typography with vibrant renditions of 19th century naturalist illustrations, we developed a contemporary visual language centered around 'Natural Selection.'

Survival of the Fittest
The Art Directors Club of Metro Washington's Annual Show celebrates award-winning design from all across the DC metro area. We were chosen to create this year's creative campaign, which included multiple collateral pieces for the competition. Combining classic typography with vibrant renditions of 19th century naturalist illustrations, we developed a contemporary visual language centered around 'Natural Selection.'

Pyramid Scheme
A stylish, stackable measuring cup system meant to live outside the drawer, the Pyramid Scheme was designed for our friends at Gama-Go in San Francisco. This colorful monolith, based on the engineering marvels of antiquity, makes use of its tapered physique for each consecutive measurement, creating a sophisticated geometric form that's at once whimsical and practical. Available for purchase at Gama-Go.

Pyramid Scheme
A stylish, stackable measuring cup system meant to live outside the drawer, the Pyramid Scheme was designed for our friends at Gama-Go in San Francisco. This colorful monolith, based on the engineering marvels of antiquity, makes use of its tapered physique for each consecutive measurement, creating a sophisticated geometric form that's at once whimsical and practical. Available for purchase at Gama-Go.

Advertising Space
Recently the National Air and Space Museum hosted their annual Space Day, a day of activities for the whole family, celebrating 50 years of human space flight. To promote the event, we were asked to develop a series of online banners and a print ad for the Washington Post using historic photos of the first-ever U.S. manned launch into space. The result is a set of modern ads that evokes our fascination with sci-fi pop culture and communicates the mystery and magnitude of man's journey into space.

Advertising Space
Recently the National Air and Space Museum hosted their annual Space Day, a day of activities for the whole family, celebrating 50 years of human space flight. To promote the event, we were asked to develop a series of online banners and a print ad for the Washington Post using historic photos of the first-ever U.S. manned launch into space. The result is a set of modern ads that evokes our fascination with sci-fi pop culture and communicates the mystery and magnitude of man's journey into space.

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