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05/02/17 Blog

70+ Things You Didn’t Know You Could Get Custom-Made

Last Updated: July 8, 2020

Custom products really set your brand apart from everyone else. To me, it’s not about just slapping your logo on everything that moves, it’s about really crafting a cohesive brand identity that effortlessly moves across mediums, from digital to print. Over time, I’ve been stockpiling a list of all of the different things you can get custom-made, to enhance your brand and reach your customers better (it’s also not really in order to help spark some inspiration). If you want to work on designing any of these with me, please get in touch!

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70+ Things You Didn’t Know You Could Get Custom-Made
28/11/16 Blog

A Week in Isla Mujeres

Back in February, Natasha sent us a link to this AirBNB she’d found–a house shaped like a seashell in Isla Mujeres. We just had to book it, and the next available opening was all the way in November. November 9th, to be exact. We spent nearly all of 2016 dreaming of this trip, and realized only a couple months before we left that it was the day after the presidential election.

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18/10/16 Blog , Inspiration , Personal

DIY Matchbox Promos

I recently decided it would be fun to have some matchbooks with my information on them, to drop off in various spots and possibly capture the eyes of people who may need a designer at some point in the future. The weather is nice now, and I also needed a reason to get outside.

When I looked at custom matchbox sites, all of the sites I liked had 5,000 minimums, and each matchbox would be about a dollar. Since I wasn’t sure if I’d like them, or enjoy having that many, I decided to make them myself.

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07/07/16 Blog , Inspiration

6 Ways to Outsource Your Brain

Like any ~millennial,~ I’m a busy, busy person. We’re currently in the middle of renovating our house, so I’m working with the contractors, plumbers, electricians, and everyone else, while freelancing from my studio, meeting new clients, and finding time to work on side hobbies. Any way I can cut down on extraneous thinking and wasted time is a godsend to me (everything I’m trying to remember feels like too much on my [brain] plate), so I’ve tried out productivity app after productivity app. After awhile, you find that you spend more time using productivity apps than you actually are productive—which is disheartening and disappointing. I’ve been able to hone it into a couple of apps and methods that are genuinely useful, and I’ll lay them out for you here:

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15/06/16 Blog

Cool Waterfalls, Cold Water Falling: Iceland

Last week I went to Iceland with five awesome friends of mine—Maura, Michelle, Kate, Forrest, and Ryan. Right now, Iceland’s seeing a huge increase in tourism to strengthen their economy, and they’re doing a ton to cater to foreign visitors. For example, Icelandair offers a Stopover Buddy to show you around, since Iceland is a common layover destination between North America and Europe.

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Cool Waterfalls, Cold Water Falling: Iceland
10/08/15 Blog , Cooking , Food , Photography

TGI Piedays

One of my closest friends and I are working on a blog to celebrate both our love of Fridays and pie. It’s called TGI Piedays—she plans out and develops the recipes, I take the photos and add the lettering. This way, we both get to practice our favorite things (and I get to eat too much pie).

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06/08/15 Blog

Election Bingo Boards: GOP Debate 2015

Made some bingo boards for tonight’s GOP debate—print them out and have fun with ’em!

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Election Bingo Boards: GOP Debate 2015
31/07/15 Blog , Environmental , Interactive

Exquisite City at Creative Mornings

I’m such a fan of Creative Mornings — who doesn’t love a morning breakfast lecture series, with free coffee and snacks? This month, the theme was collaboration, and the speakers were none other than the folks from #WeLoveATL. I proposed doing a collaborative project awhile back, and we figured that this was a better time as any!

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08/07/15 Blog , Custom Maps , Lettering # ,

Exploring the Ethnic Neighborhoods of NYC

Ahh, my first map in what feels like ages is finally finished—this one is for our brand new Travel section at Paste, and I’m so thrilled I’ll have a chance to start making maps on maps on maps. I also did the lettering for this one by hand, with some new Illustrator tricks I picked up recently—really had a blast here!

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06/07/15 Blog , Paste Magazine , Photography

The Evolution of the Hipster: 2010—2015

Last month or so we finally published our “Evolution of a Hipster” photo project. It’s a follow up to this one from 2009. I used Jess from Lady Flashback and Ryan Vogel as models, with Maddy Booth from SCAD as our photographer. Brittany and I produced and managed the shoot, wrote the copy, and I created the final graphic.

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