Sunday, September 10, 2017

A Farm to Table Evening to Remember


I recently had the cool opportunity to work on this first ever Farm to Table event in downtown Columbia. It was one of those projects we had to move quickly on and didn't have much time to pull everything together, but we managed to get it done, and I believe everyone was pleased with the final outcome. From the pictures, it seems the event was a huge success, and I am glad my graphics helped set the tone. Columbia continues to impress with their downtown revitalization efforts and support for local development. This event was another testament to their commitment. Kuddos Columbia!




Sunday, July 9, 2017

Business Cards

I recently worked with this new business on a business card design. She makes cute handmade dog accessories. Loved working in this color scheme to help her with a creative card design. Check out www.tuckerandannie.etsy.com for cute accessories for your furry friends, and contact robin E designs if you need some stylish business cards to market your business.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Upside Down Teds site

So honored to work with these great people on this fun, simple site for the one and only TED'S Sporting Goods in Columbia. If you haven't checked out this awesome store which is a staple to C-Town, I suggest you do so. Check out their site for directions, hours and the brands they carry. www.tedssportinggoods.com. They have everything for the outdoor enthusiast! #upsidedownteds


Wednesday, September 14, 2016

An Extra Sweet Invitation

It's always fun working on a kid's custom birthday invitation especially when it is your friend's daughter AND it is a candyland theme with a circus twist! This extra sweet invitation was made for a 5th birthday party, and this was only the beginning! I was fortunate to attend the event which was done so well and matched this invitation perfectly. Happy 5th Birthday to one sweet girl!!

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Antrim

 I recently finished up this re-brand for Antrim Celebrations, a business near and dear to my heart. This is for my parents who have started an event business to preserve my grandmother's home and property in Columbia. You may recall the original website design we did here. They wanted to keep the feel of the site the same, but make it more mobile friendly and include more photos. This is what we came up with. We also created an "A" that can stand alone and used with her brand. Excited to see what kinds of things are in store for the future of this business!


Wednesday, June 15, 2016

The Hunt for a great logo


I have never been a hunter, but sometimes you have to step outside of your box in design. That is the mark of a good designer - being able to jump from whimisical children's designs to professional healthcare designs to rugged outdoor designs.

I recently worked on the third of those three. This is my second time working on a hunting site, and we worked until we got it all just right. This new business start-up needed a new logo design and website for Davis Outdoor Adventures in Texas. He wanted something he could use that was sharp and bold and that would appeal to his clientele. He also wanted a symbol that could stand alone. Above is what we finalized. The green antlers can stand alone or be used as the V in conjunction with the full name. I am happy with how it turned out, as well as the website. Check it out www.davisoutdooradventures.com

Head on over to his site. You never know...you may just find yourself ready to hunt a hog!:)

Another SSN in the books


It was another successful Summer Songwriter Night in Peggy's Field. I can always feel my grandmother's presence out there, especially this night, as it is an event she loved. It was an exciting one to welcome a legendary guitar player, songwriter and performer Steve Cropper. I was lucky enough to get a picture with the musical genius while holding a signed poster that I designed. The banner I created hung on the barn and is now going to a new home in Nashville with Croppers crew. It is always fun to meet the artist whose songs were the inspiration behind the designs. I feel fortunate for the opportunity to work with Edward Moore on this great event. A highlight each year for sure!