Here are the latest designs for Peter’s Kettle Corn. The original logo design was created in 2007, back when gradients and detailed illustrations were still a thing. Since then, we’ve moved into flat and minimalistic approach to be more recognizable and appealing to a wider audience.
The logo is set in 2 colors, a burnt orange and a nice warm brown that complements all the flavors PKC has to offer. The simplicity of the kettle corn machine can easily be converted into outlines for use in stamps and one color applications.
Due to budget constraints, we didn’t have the luxury to design variations of the bag with different flavors, but instead had to come up with a solution to accommodate the 30 flavors they had. In addition to that, PKC allowed their customers to have a mix of up to 6 flavors per bag. Pretty cool for their customers but definitely a design challenge for me! Fortunately, we were able to come up with a solution. 3×1 stickers! I allotted space for up to (6) 3″x1″ sticker labels on the back side of the bag.
They should be going to print soon. I can’t wait to see the finished product!
These are a few design concepts for Tuxton’s 2018 catalog.
It’s that time of the year! Philippines Superliga women’s volleyball season. I was asked to come up with 2 sets of uniforms – dark and light versions of the same style. Being a proud UP volleyball alumna myself, it was definitely an honor to be able to contribute my service to the girls. UP fight!
Little Green Cyclo’s vending machines now at:
Aloft San Francisco and Blue Harbor Redwood City
Client: L’Auberge Sedona
Colors: White on clear label or direct bottle printing
Approach: Modern simplicity, elegant, friendly and approachable.
Summary: Presenting the hotel as a focal point while blending in perfectly with Sedona’s unique landscape.
This wedding set was specially designed for one of my closest friend. We had it foil stamped on a linen navy blue card stock and it turned out just beautiful.
Location: Baker Beach, San Francisco
I designed the save the date card for a coworker of mine a few years ago. Maybe I can expand the set and try to sell it on Etsy or Amazon Handmade.
Still in the works. The initial design was meant to go on clear sticker labels. After filling the container with kettle corn, I realized that it wasn’t going to work unless we went for a 5th color (white) which was going to cost more to print. Just in case it doesn’t fall under the printing budget, I came up with the round design for simpler production.