Arete Pet Styling, Inc.
Arete means “excellence” and those are values that Cindy Matzen exhibits with her mobile pet styling business in Dripping Springs, TX. She loves her new logo with the swooping kitty “tail” and golden paw print in the “A”.
Whitney O’Baugh started The Wren’s Nest in an effort to avoid all of the extra chemicals, perfumes and dyes added to conventional bath and body products. She asked for a logo that would reflect her natural product but would appeal to all types of people. She loves her new brand! Freshly Cut Design also created product labels for her lip balms and bath bombs.
Georgia’s Naturals is a vitamin and health supplement shop located in Georgetown, TX. She asked for a fun way to promote her Throwback Thursday discounts. Why not go back in time and mimic the look and feel of a totally popular 80s film? This was printed as an 8.5×11 one-sheet and distributed in the local newspaper.
Darla Carillo founded Georgia’s Naturals on the basis that everyone can improve their health if they have the right tools. Her store is located in Georgetown, Texas on Williams Drive. The store was named in honor of Darla’s Grandmother, who, through juicing and nutrition, lived a full 11 years after being diagnosed with terminal breast cancer.
Oak Hill Martial Arts advertises in Austin’s monthly Community Impact newspaper. Freshly Cut Design creates new advertisements for the school every month. The advertisements have helped attract dozens of new students to the school since they’ve started running in September 2014.
Freshly Launched – a logo for a division The Solomon Group, a financial services company located in Austin, TX. The playful logo was designed to bring some light onto a rather taxing situation. The Taxelope program was designed to make taxes less taxing for individuals and businesses. Read all about it on their website!
Kelly Butcher, owner of Simplification Services, desired a postcard size advertisement that could be mailed out to potential clients. Freshly Cut Design tailored the stock photography to match the logo and designed the postcard to the client’s requests. Kelly loved the results! Final print size is 8.5×5.5 inches
Michael Madden, owner of Try Squared & True located in southwest Austin, struggled to come up with a name for his business that would combine his Christian ethics with his carpentry skills. After much deliberation, Try Squared & True was born! His logo clearly reflects on his field of expertise all with a modern flair.
Jeanine needed to refresh her existing logo. Her old logo used a font that had a jagged edge around the letters and a drop shadow that failed to print well. Her new redesign features a clean, clear font that has a professional look and vibe. Her branding package also included business card and letterhead design.
The University of Texas Professional Development Center asked me to design and produce a new kind of marketing campaign. Information about their department was dispersed onto 5 separate 5×5 cards (that I also had the privilege to design) and then tucked into a navy blue envelope. I designed this sticker to place on the front of the envelope. The striking color combination gave the finished product some serious “wow” factor!
When my twins decided they wanted to celebrate their 5th birthday at a local farm, I knew I had to draw the chicken and design their invitations myself. I’ve since uploaded the chicken invitation to my Etsy shop, and now that chicken is free to roam at birthday parties all over the globe!