Located in Charleston South Carolina, Pinckney Palm focuses on social media strategy. The owner, Erin, is a mom, wife, and small business owner. Her hard work to start her own business on top of having a family is the definition of what her branding stands for. So let me elaborate: You may remember from history class, Eliza Pinckney. She is considered one of America’s first agriculturists because she brought indigo to Charleston. Not only was she a female in the 1700s doing amazing things for South Carolina, but she also made indigo the second largest cash crop in South Carolina. What a creative way to honor a female businesswoman and really show clients how branding is at the core of your business model.
I am so glad we ran into each other at the Southern C Summit and formed such a great relationship. I feel very fortunate for opportunity to create all of her branding for Pinckney Palm.
For those of you interested in getting social media started for your company, make sure you contact Pinckney Palm for all of your social media needs.
I cannot begin to express my excitement over this display! Weihenstephan decided to recreate one of their 1950 classics for today’s bier consumer, and I can go ahead and tell you this bier is going to be another win for the Weihenstephan portfolio.
I was lucky enough to get to work on developing the creative brief and designing the display for the limited release. When I saw the label, I couldn’t stop thinking about vintage 1950’s signage…so this is the direction I went in for the creative brief. If you see this display in a Total Wine & More anywhere across the USA, you know who design it.
Now go out and purchase this delicious brew, I promise, you will not be disappointed.
Charleston is known for its natural beauty and history.
So, when Hollen came to me for her save the date design, we both agreed on using visuals of the low country since she and her fiance are both locals. After some brainstorming and learning about their venue, we decided to use oak trees, sea grass, moss and a dock to bring the history and charm of Charleston into their save the date.
I’ve been working with Shades of Charleston for at least five years on their branding and different products they can offer their customers. Sometimes as a designer, you design something and send it off to the client, and never see the final result once it’s approved. All you have in your head is the mockup of the final product. This is not the case with Shades. I am lucky enough to see Shades on Instagram showcasing their latest and greatest merchandise. When I have time, I love to scroll through the consumer comments and see how excited they are for the new product. Shades of Charleston isn’t only a sunglass store, they are a lifestyle brand for the Charleston community, and I am proud to be part of their team that creates what their customers want. Next time you are in Mount Pleasant or on Sullivan’s Island, make sure to check out their store.
Welcome to the logo official, blog world “Stacey’s Stir!” If you are looking for new recipes for healthy dishes such as brussel sprouts, sweet potatoes, stuffed peppers, or anything else as mouth-watering as those veggies… head on over to Stacey’s Stir. She blogs about new recipes she finds, secret house seasoning mixes, and living a happy life. I encourage you to dive into some of her amazing recipes!
Deux Amis, French for “two friends,” is the name of the collaboration brew between Brasserie Dupont and The Lost Abbey. This is the first time Dupont collaborated with another brewery, and I must say, the beer is just as amazing as the packaging!
To document this tasty collaboration, Total Beverage Solution hired Good Beer Hunting to document the collaboration in Belgium. Tomme, from The Lost Abbey brought American hops with him and Olivier, from Brasserie Dupont, used the hops and his signature yeast to create the outstanding American/Belgian Saison Ale.
After the video was created, we needed to find a way to bring our print advertisement to life. I recently attended a conference in downtown Charleston called The Southern Coterie where I learned more about bringing print to life through digital extensions.
So, that is exactly what I did. We wanted the ad to depict two men (the brew masters) who just stepped away after tasting their collaboration brew and reminiscing over the
experience. The picture of the two brew masters is from the filming of the video, which you will recognize once you dive into the video. The copy brings two brewing styles together and allows the reader to find out more through our website about the collaboration.
After I produced the ad, I also created posters for all of the press events and helped develop the look and feel for all of the events.
This was an amazing project, and I am proud to be a part of this collaboration! Check out my work featured in Time Square, Beer Advocate, and Craft Beer & Brewing magazine.
I had the pleasure of working with Webdesk, a company located in Charleston, SC. They specialize in cloud solutions that fully integrate business applications into one location. This makes running a business on the go, or even on different devices a breeze. Our next project is rebuilding the website, so stay tuned for a totally redesigned Webdesk site. Let the creativity continue…
Since it’s oyster roast season in Charleston, South Carolina, I decided to come up with an oyster for some ETSY invitations. Check out my invites on ETSY if you are throwing an oyster roast this winter.
So far I have two designs. Check them out here and here. As always, feel free to message me if you are looking for something custom. Cheers!
This is one of my newest creations, and I am in love with the watercolor look of the design. I’ve posted this on my ESTY account, feel free to stop by and check out all of my other invitations. Thanks for stopping by!