I recently (well almost three months ago) picked up a new client who owns two businesses. One is for Stray & Wander, and the other is an unisex brand of jewelry, Hazel Black. The first thing we needed to do in a revamp is to update the photography, the product book and any printed collateral (large […]https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/07/26/revamp-recap/ ">Read more "Revamp + Recap"
The word challenge has definitely become more and more challenging. As the word count grows, there needs to be a balance between which words describe the scene and which move the story forward. I hope you enjoy my next super, uber short story. The rain slowly pitter patters on her umbrella, and fresh bakery fills […]https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/07/25/20-words-challengea-new-day/ ">Read more "20 words challenge:A New Day"
Things aren’t always 000000‘s and ffffff’s
I’m short with weird curves (if you can call it that) and very normal in every other way. There’s nothing wrong. What’s suprising to me is that during my trip to Guatemala, I became an unexpected model. So here’s the back story. I’ve previously mentioned that I was going to Guatemala for a sourcing trip for […]https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/07/18/unexpected-short-lived-modelling-career/ ">Read more "Unexpected, Short Lived Modelling Career"
This month has been a super heavy photography month. Here are just a few of the images we (Bathorium) took to celebrate pride, to celebrate the ingredients and well… they look pretty too. Enjoy! Ps. Spoiler alert! The new CRUSH line is coming soon. Launching by end of summer.https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/07/11/bringbackthebath/ ">Read more "#BringBackTheBATH"
So this is why I haven’t been posting all of June. For the month of June, I’ve been prepping for a sourcing trip in Guatemala for Stray & Wander. Guatemala is known primarily for two exports: coffee (which I definitely picked up) and its beautifully hand woven textiles. This trip, we had the pleasure of learning […]https://pbdengraphics.com/2016/07/10/made-in-guatemala/ ">Read more "Made in Guatemala"