Last week, we launched an animated film for Clif Bar Family Foundation featuring a foul-mouthed organic seed character, voiced by the amazingly talented comedian Pete Holmes. The project was a collaboration with Buck and Antfood and has been more than a year in-the-making. We’re proud to finally see Mr. Seed get his moment in the sun and some nice ink in the process, like Adweek’s Ad of the Day. Check out that article here and thanks to all those who helped give organic seed the voice it deserves.
We are seeking a junior level designer with 1–5 years of experience. Candidate must exhibit competence in taking initial brand design and extending it across a variety of media including print and digital. Candidate will work closely with design directors and will also be responsible for print layout (short and long form), package design, web design, production, new business decks and more. Attention to detail is critical. Must have a “can-do” attitude and a willingness to work closely with our internal team, problem solve for clients within brand guidelines, and listen to and apply client feedback. We are a small shop and thus require a candidate who is highly flexible with their skill set and willing to learn new skills.
We recently worked with the good folks at Tool of North America and the crazy talented @SteveMapp to create “Confidence”—a video for College Board and Khan Academy announcing their new SAT practice site. And we’re proud to say the video has been featured on Ad Age’s Creativity. A slow-motion fist bump goes out to all our fellow collaborators on this one.
Congratulations to our friends at Real Ale Brewing Co. on their 20th anniversary. From making beer in the basement of an antique store in Blanco, to becoming one of the most renowned and respected craft breweries in the great state of Texas, Real Ale has never sacrificed quality beer for growth—and never will.
We’ll drink to that.
Join us this weekend for Real Ale’s 20th Anniversary Party.
Thanks to our friends at Fort Lonesome for fabricating this banner.
We’re proud to welcome design vet Craig Crutchfield to our growing team. Craig began his career in the 90s working on album covers for some of country music’s most legendary acts and for last 13 years he was a lead designer and art director at McGarrah Jessee. There, he led design and branding projects for Whataburger, Shiner Beers and Frost Bank. Craig has hit the ground running, already lending his talents to many client projects including a packaging and brand redesign for our newest client — Tequila 512.