This funky falcon came into being when Green Mountain Elementary School needed a fresh logo for their fresh gear (hoodies and t-shirts). We think it's really retro and fun.
Sasha Rose: Digestive Balance book advertisement
Dr. Sasha Rose's book on digestive balance needed a bold, but natural looking poster: here's what C3K came up with!
Worried Well: She’s Got Something to Say
This was our first project for Portland band, Worried Well, and the beginning of a wonderful designer/client relationship. This project was certainly a typographic challenge, with lots of information and not a lot of space, but we were all very pleased with the outcome. Screenprinted in a very limited run (50), these gems are all spoken for by now!
Dan Coyle: C’est la vie t-shirt
When Dan Coyle asked us to choose which song to base his t-shirt design off, C'est la vie rose right to the top: it's really fantastic. Our shirt design isn't bad either!
Mickelson: Starry Plough Poster
This poster for Scott Mickelson was born out of an original block print by Anna: prints are just the coolest. Throw in some knocked-out typography, and you've got yourself a powerful poster!
Chris Robley: Local Sprouts Poster
At Chicken 3000, we love to see how much we can get out of a very limited color palette; and we got a lot out of three colors in this highly successful Chris Robley poster.
Sitting Ducks: Andy’s Old Port
The Sitting Ducks needed to spread the word that they would be jamming' out at Andy's Old Port Tavern in Portland, so we gave them a hand (and a righteous poster).
The Dooryard: Halloween Party Invitation
This cool little party invite is the most guerrilla C3K design work to date. The headstone inspired drawings and hand rendered type were fleshed out with gauche and pen a small airbnb apartment in Québec City, then "scanned in" via cellphone camera and e-mail, then pulled apart and put back together in Illustrator for the final product. It was almost as fun as the party itself!
Coyle & Mickelson
They were heading on tour and needed to let the people know. We were happy to help spread the word!