Need a reason to be in Lewiston ME? Well here it is… Chris Robley playing a solo show @ the Blue Goose on April 25! Wanting to get the word out ASAP, he asked to put together a poster and a flyer: this is what happened. The big one is for posters, and the little is for flyers and digital advertising.
New York City based musician, Dan Coyle, needed a small advertising package for his autobiographical revue “Last Bus of the Night”. After reading the screenplay and talking to Dan to get his thoughts on the show, we extracted a number of key visual elements to use in a poster, and two related promotional Facebook banners. We wanted the whole project to have a tactile, hand printed feel. With bold colors, lots of texture, and offset imagery, we were able to create three very different pieces that are totally unified, and work together to tell a story. Sadly, the show was a one night affair in Missouri, so we weren’t able to be in attendance. But Dan’s music is really cool, and can be checked out here!
This set is a great example of how to brand, and get more milage out of a design. Check out Chris Robley’s rad music here!
We delivered Wildwood Medicine a well organized, attractive, intuitive website, a freshened up logo, gorgeous new photographs, and a blog layout to match. Transforming their web presence was a rewarding experience for the C3K team. Give them a virtual visit here, and treat yourself to some community acupuncture!
(C3K also designed the fun banner image to promote Wildwood’s recent Lyme Disease secure series!)
A particularly hands-on project, Rob Scimitile asked us to design not only the digipack for their newest release, but a limited edition specialty package as well. The result was a handsome cloth screenprint that wrapped around the inner wallet to make up the cover image, and unfurled into a killer poster worthy of any wall.
This hot rockin’ poster was born when Chicken 3000 met Jeep Rosenberg; a man with great taste in designers. He might be gracing Maine with his presence soon! So if that pertains to YOU, get excited.
Portland artist studio, Running With Scissors, needed logotypes, business cards, and letterhead for the main studios as well as their ceramics area, the Bayside Clay Center. By keeping the branding consistent, the relationship between the two entities is portrayed clearly, and unity is maintained. These logotypes are clean, fun, and versatile: as any good logo should be!