Sara Rubinstein, a photographer based in Minneapolis, Minnesota shoots primarily Lifestyle, Portraiture, and Corporate work. I love her approach to photography so when she came to us looking for a new set of business cards that had a little extra something to them, I was thrilled! Sara has some really great rustic elements in her brand and was looking to incorporate these into her new set of business cards.
Frantic Studio, a production company based in Brooklyn, N.Y. that primarily shoots motion and still photography, recently approached marketing specialist Alexandra Ostebo in an effort to take their brand to the next level.
It’s always a treat when photographers are willing to try something new when it comes to their branding. Washington, DC-based photographer Jonathan Timmes knew from the start that he wanted cards that would make him stand out. I knew right away his logo would be perfect for foil stamping.
Hillary’s existing logo was bright in color but didn’t have the distinction and fun, free-flowing feel that her images and personality embody so well. So, to start off, Hillary gave me some color inspiration. Having grown up on the water, Hillary loves aquatic-looking schemes, and with her cool, free-flowing mannerisms it made perfect sense as a palette.
Thomas Strand, a portrait and lifestyle photographer based in Minneapolis, came to Wonderful Machine looking for a new graphic identity, hoping to elevate his brand and bring in more of the sophisticated work he was looking for. I used his existing logo to create the appropriate stationery needed to fulfill his package.