A logo design commission for a new Brooklyn community wellness organization, renting space and holding classes on everything from Pilates and meditation to sound baths and support groups. The logo was crafted with the idea of openness and approachability using a clean and modern typeface that would display well on frosted glass. www.grandstreethealingproject.com


A logo re-design project for NYC and LA-based organization Carriage House Birth, which specializes in doula services and training, as well as postpartum support and childbirth classes. It was imperative for the new logo to reflect the inclusive and supportive nature of this established company with a modern and bright design, leaving behind any specificity towards gender or race. www.carriagehousebirth.com


Letterpress printed books published in a small edition by Brooklyn ‘s women-led UME Design. This organization invited several international female artists to illustrate the various covers, and we established a color palette that would flatter each of them. The booklet includes 156 vows on how to live more compassionately, as a Bodhisattva is a Buddhist term for someone that dedicates their life to helping others. The Vows can be found at Three Jewels NYC, a studio providing free support to New Yorkers, refugees and more. www.ume.design, www.threejewels.org


Letterpress printed colophon page for the Book of Skulls by accomplished ceramic artist Tom Spleth and published by PS Marlowe. This artist book features 32 relief prints by Spleth exploring the visual characteristics of the human skull, all carved by hand using a wide range of printmaking materials such as a crowbar, utility knife, chainsaw and carpet hook. It is housed in a slip-cast porcelain case with velvet interior and is now part of several art collections. The colophon was printed from a plate of Spleth’s handwriting at The Arm in Brooklyn. www.spleth.com


Labels for a small-batch beer brewery in Switzerland. Working with their expert design team, we letterpress printed the logo in a custom red ink onto thin cotton stock, then embossed the design from the back. The labels were then adhered to each bottle with a gentle milk-based glue.