Branding

We put together this fun and festive campaign for Distillery Row’s Summer Beach Bash in Portland, Oregon. The annual party is a chance for all of the distilleries in the Row to come together and share their craft spirits, make tasty and refreshing cocktails, enjoy some live music, and say “thank you” to the local community. The advertising and marketing campaign included posters, postcards, local newspaper ads, and social media graphics all centered around the fun and retro type treatment we created for the event, that even includes a tropical drink umbrella!...

New logo design for Lenny Gotter Brand Consulting, a Portland company that specializes in consulting for the spirits industry. The deco type treatment and distinctive green olive icon imply an upscale, classy cocktail lounge while keeping a friendly and personal feel. Founder Lenny Gotter provides consulting for flavoring, messaging and marketing for his clients in the start-up and craft distilling space....

At DBD one of our favorite things in the whole world is designing beautiful and functional logos for clients both big and small! One thing that our clients often wonder is how the logo will look in context – how will it look on a t-shirt, on signage, on cards, or even on a coffee mug. We can actually help you with that by creating realistic logo mock-ups of a variety of placements. Just like these mockups you see here of our own logo. None of these objects actually exists, but they could. Give us a ring.      ...

Not only is LiquidBook a great development company, but they are also our long-term collaborators on large, custom website design and build projects. It's only fair then that we returned the favor by giving their existing brand a nice, sophisticated design update. The new book mark (sorry, we can’t resist a good pun) is sprightly, clean and perfectly simple. Just like the code that LiquidBook creates. See what we did there?...

Tanya Luken CPA is an accounting firm in Portland, Oregon with a diverse clientele. The firm needed a card that was as simple and direct as its founder, but could also read as both “serious” for more business-minded clients and “hip” for their creative-minded clients. The card, with an image of a vintage abacus that wraps from front to back and a hand-drawn type-face that reads as 60s-modern or funky crafter, serves both sides of the business admirably, adding up to the perfect brand. Plus, we designed the cool privacy window treatment for their offices shown above.  ...