Here in the office, we have a tradition of bringing small dogs in to keep our laps warm. Actually, they aren’t very good at that—pretty squirmy really—but they are fun to have around. There are three that make a regular appearance. Patrick brings in Oscar, a friendly little furball that would really like that yogurt cup when you’re done with it. And then there are Amy’s Max and Mira, tiny Italian Greyhounds, who have a lot of personality but tend to be quiet most of the day. Amy’s lap is their first choice but if she for some reason won’t let them up, they come after Brittany. As a last resort, Max will try snuggling up to Eric. We had to take a photo of the result, because it will probably be a sight rarely seen at this office—like an empty dishwasher, anyone here after 5:03, or most of Brittany’s desk surface.
Studio Pattern was thrilled to be a part of designing signage for the True Nature Healing Arts Five Element Reflexology Path in Carbondale, Colorado. The outdoor signage in the True Nature Peace Garden was just one element in the brand we created for True Nature. Pattern began by creating a comprehensive suite of logo marks for True Nature and its family of brands, and designed coordinating signage, packaging, marketing materials, menus, posters, and a unique website.
Well, time really got away from me on this one. It’s been a couple months now since we press-checked Wynkoop’s B3K Black Lager can at Ball. It has been so exciting to see these gorgeous cans start showing up in 6-packs at local liquor stores like my favorite, The Grape Leaf. This can, with a revamped version of the beloved B3K logo, marks the beginning of a new line of more modern, clean and—dare we say it—more bad-ass cans for Denver’s first brewpub. Let us know what you think and make sure to drink lots of B3K this summer!Continue Reading
When legendary beer-man Marty Jones approached Studio Pattern about designing a logo for Hickenlooper’s Inaugurale, we jumped at the chance. Of course, it was no coincidence: Governor Hickenlooper is one of the founders of the one and only Wynkoop Brewing Company. With the Governor’s blessing, we illustrated this likeness of him using his campaign brand colors. Being awarded the opportunity to design a beer logo for one of the most popular and recognizable political figures in Denver’s history is just one reason we love working in Colorado.
With jarring colors and a set of interesting evil robots, we brought visual impact to this alarming set of statistics and are helping Symplified get it shared around on the internet. Here’s hoping it makes some waves!Continue Reading
Recently, we created a new Beer Mat that sits on tables at the Wynkoop Brewing Company. It encourages patrons to order up one of three “trains” of five sample-sized beers—expertly coordinated tastes that give an overview of the range of beers Wynkoop brews. Each train features a seasonal, limited-release selection that currently ranges from Elitch’s Orchard Wheat and 1892 Artesian Lager to Brittany’s favorite, Belgorado.Continue Reading