This special issue of Kidaround magazine celebrated superhero parents and their kids with fun comic book style graphics, typography and eye-popping color.
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Photos by Jessica B Photography
IPEC (Institute for Professional Empowerment Coaching) is a training organization in Manalapan, NJ. The client wanted an enrollment brochure with a clean, modern design that highlighted trainee testimonials and a diagram to outline the program steps. Large typographical phrases such as, “extend your reach” and “live your dream” were used to help inspire enrollment.
Maggie Metzker is a cheerful, energetic business owner offering teleprompter services to the Sacramento area for television, film and video. This fun service brochure communicated her delightful personality and love for all things retro while highlighting the unique benefits her service provides.
The Allergy Issue of Kidaround magazine helped local parents better understand how they can navigate the mysterious world of allergies with a whimsical “Alice in Wonderland” storybook theme. Charming photography and black and white illustrations carried out the playful feature design.
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Photos by Sarah Marie Hawkins
Feature Stylist Kari Shipman
CulCha is a creative digital media company in Folsom, CA. The client wanted an identity that married together both the artist and the digital world. This distinctive logo and business system accomplished this with bright crisp colors and clean lines along with paint strokes and a cleverly placed mouse cursor.
Business System Design
The Farm to Family Issue of Kidaround magazine introduced readers in the Sacramento area to the bounty of food grown locally. Beautiful photography and produce-box graphics highlighted three local families and their love of quality food.
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Photos by Penny Sylvia
& Steve Rosenfield
Rodbender Sportfishing is a professional fishing guide service in Northern California. It was important to the client that the following services were done on a small budget, this was accomplished by using photos taken by the client from previous fishing excursions and choosing budget-friendly printing options.
Business Card Design
Consciously Masculine is a blog written by Marriage and Family Therapist Jeremy Van Wert to help men find their place, passion, strength, and courage. The client wanted a western-weathered look, “like a piece of worn leather,” that would communicate a masculine voice to his followers.