Chapel Hill Creamery Piedmont Farm Tour

May 11, 2018News

We had a great day volunteering at Chapel Hill Creamery as part of the 23rd annual Piedmont Farm Tour, sponsored by the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association and Weaver Street Market. This year the Farm Tour expanded to include 45 scenic and sustainable farms in Alamance, Chatham, Durham, Franklin, Johnston, Orange, Person, and Wake Counties. Our … Read More

Fairway Milk package wins Vertex Design Award

April 19, 2018Design, News, Private Brand

We are proud to announce that our package design for Fairway Market’s Grass-Fed Organic Milks have been chosen as a bronze award winner in the 2018 Vertex Awards. http://www.vertexawards.org/vertex-awards-v-bronze-winners/24/ . The Vertex Awards are the only global competition devoted exclusively to the art of private brand package design. It is a great honor for our … Read More

Package design refresh for Fairway Market

March 19, 2018Design, News, Private Brand

Thanks to My Private Brand for recognizing our package design work for Fairway Market mypbrand.com/2018/03/04/fairway-markets-refreshs-grass-fed-milk. New York City-based grocer Fairway Market is one of the highest grossing food retailers per square foot in the US, with 14 store located throughout  the New York metro area. The retailer recently introduced a refresh of the package design … Read More

Whole Foods Market 365 sales huge on Amazon

February 15, 2018Design, News, Private Brand

Milton Glasser famously said ““There are three responses to a piece of design – yes, no, and WOW! Wow is the one to aim for.” We designed the 365 Everyday Value brand logo and packaging for Whole Foods Market in 1998. 365 was an instant success with customers and helped fuel Whole Foods growth into … Read More

Two graphic designers walk into a bottle shop…

February 12, 2018Design, News

We got a call from our friend and legendary writer about all things beer, Julie Johnson, inviting Nancy to participate in an interesting challenge. Julie had also invited another graphic designer, David Watts and the mission was this: Without consulting one another pick a beer based solely on the design qualities of its label, then … Read More