Branded with the iDaph Events logo, this simple towel design was crated as a great give away. Scroll down. there’s art there… promise. May 2014
Kids who participate in any or all six of the Carolina Kids MultiSport Series Events, designed and produced by iDaph Events, deserve something more fun, vibrant, and kid appropriate as an award for crossing the finish line. This variation on the series logo was designed for production in a flexible and slightly rubbery plastic that…
The Pisgah Omnium Races, are a series of bike races offered by iDaph Events, known for their unique boutique destination events. In keeping, I designed these placer and finisher award designs to be burned into wooden disk awards on front and back. June 2013.
The Ohio Airport gift shop was so impressed with the sales of my shirt designs at the Asheville that they ordered some just for them. October 2007.
Gay pride week in Asheville and the retail store at the airport wanted sophisticated and hand made pride shirts to sell to the traveling proud. I devised this block print and the rainbow printing method to fill their design needs. September 2006.
Well when winter comes around, and t-shirts won’t cut the chill, a good organic hemp/cotton blend long sleeve shirt and, or complimenting bamboo full zip hoodie will keep employees and favorite customers as warm and eco friendly as the coffee they sell. October 2007.
High Rock wanted to drive their custom branding throughout every luxury log cabin. I designed aprons and ball caps with their logo, key chains, and pillows for the beds and couches. March through October 2012.
High Rock Hideaway, a luxury log cabin vacation getaway, provides a bottle of wine for guests with each stay. They don’t produce their own wine, but wanted the feel and personal touch as if they did. I measured all the wine labels in the local grocery store and designed a label for each red and…
Designed as a fundraiser sales item to help children with autism. Two seperate dogtags were designed to feature the Complete Caregiver logo, tied to the book cover design, for both male and female sensibilities with matching business card sized display tags. Designed and produced September 2009.
Grove Arcade’s Art and Heritage Gallery wanted their own products for customers and tourists. They contracted with several local artists to take photos and render illustrations of elements in their historic building, and came to me to set them into print ready files for postcards, art prints, and greeting cards. For the art prints and greeting…