Remodel Artist LLC is not your average carpentry business. Coming from an art and construction background, Remodel Artist intermingles both crafts together to create a one of a kind business focusing on quality, design, and functionality. I wanted to capture the core principles of this business and reflect them into the design of the identity by keeping it simple and clean to create a timeless design that would represent the business and the work it creates.
Watercolor and ink.
Tracy McGeehan (double sided, illustrated, business card)
Tracy wanted a business card design that is unique, playful, and whimsical. She's running her own catering business so I thought it would be really interesting if she came up with a few food tips and quotes that I would then illustrate. These tips and illustrations were then printed on the back of her cards, making every card different. Not only does it give her brand a bright, playful, and handcrafted image- it also leaves the customer with a lasting impression of her delicious business, and something they will not soon forget.
Floral Baby Shower Invitations
These custom baby shower invitations were designed for two sister in laws who are both having girls both due within two month of each other. How cool is that?!
I wanted to keep the colors cool and calm, while still keeping it feminine and festive. These were printed on a smooth watercolor paper to really accentuate the illustration, and allow the design to pop. Watercolor and flowers are two of my favorite things, so I had so much fun creating these!
When Cats Rule The World
Watercolor, fall wedding, cat love.
Carolyn & Matthew
These invitations are extra special to me since I designed them for my own wedding party/post wedding/year later/celebration. My husband, Matthew and I got married in the desert in our own special way. It was just the two of us and it was perfect. We still wanted to throw a little shin-dig for our family and friends to celebrate, and these were the invitations I designed for it! Using watercolor I set out to make the perfect invitation set to reflect our wedding. I kept the printing process simple allowing the soft watercolor paper to pop against the illustration and design.
Annie & Mason
Wedding Invitations Bright floral wedding invitations printed on kraft paper. In this illustrated suite I designed a main invitation, a double sided information card and map, and the RSVP card. Using paper as a design element is huge for me. Every single printed piece I design always has the intention of what kind of paper will be used at the end. Sometimes I know going into the project what kind of paper I want to use, and sometimes I figure it out as I design the piece; allowing the design and flow to speak to me. For these invitations the bride and groom really wanted kraft paper, and a floral design to reflect the vibe of their wedding day. I knew I wanted the flowers to pop off the kraft paper and create a bold contrast, so I illustrated this bright floral pattern for the theme of the suite, allowing the printed piece to pop at the end.
Mia & Mike
Hand lettered save the date announcement for Mia and Mike's wedding.
Kate & Andrew
Wedding Invitations Beautiful calligraphy and typography based wedding invitation suite, printed on a slightly shimmery, icy pearl paper. In this suite I designed the main invitation, information card, and RSVP card. Each piece has it's own light touch of illustration to compliment the typography heavy design. I kept the design of the invitations fairly simple with the intention of the paper tying it all together at the end- allowing the shimmery finish to really pop.