Wonderful Machine lead designer Lindsay Thompson lets her creativity soar in a dynamic project, creating a print promo with photographer Clay Cook. This simple sketchbook became a masterpiece with custom elements such as white foil, wire-o binding, rough edges, and a matte finish.
Eric Tate’s company Peak Visual came to Wonderful Machine to get all of their marketing gears in place. We assisted Eric with promo design, copy, and a client list build. Resident designer Lindsay Thompson’s focus was the print promo and emailer design.
Wonderful Machine’s Honore Brown and Christine Hughes help Louisville-based Clay Cook put together print promos for his humanitarian and commercial work. Honore helmed the edit, while Christine handled the design.
Josh Anderson is the perfect client: cool, calm, and collected. He had an idea of what he wanted when he initially approached me about designing a print mailer, but it needed some bending and molding in order to bring it to life.
What began as a personal project for Marco Garcia quickly gathered steam, resulting in a new web edit and a totally revamped look. Marco hadn’t sent out a print promo in ages, and came to me for help brainstorming the format and content for a new print campaign.
California-based photographer Brandon Flint came to us looking for a new print promo. He had a previous card layout but, while pleased with the design, felt the photo selection didn’t represent his work as a whole. As we talked more, I saw the bigger picture. Brandon didn’t just want new photo selects—he wanted a card he would be excited to mail and hand to clients.