To ensure that all of Jody Kahlon’s stationery was consistent with her new branding, I designed a media pack that included 500 business cards, an invoice pad, a door decal, and an a-board-type sign.
I designed a variety of visually appealing business cards that matched the aesthetic of Jody Kahlon.
I created invoice sheets that were printed on recycled paper and featured a mid-century style reminiscent of the early 1960s. While we considered a few ideas for a relaxation of Jody’s brand (as seen in the last image), we ultimately decided against them in order to avoid confusing the new logo.
Black PVC wood carved with 3d laser.
I used the same font that was selected for Jody’s new marketing materials and incorporated colours that were reflective of her normal palette across her garments. This was a good opportunity to align the door decal with Jody’s overall brand aesthetic.
I was able to achieve the look and feel that Jody had been wanting for a long time, resulting in her new stationary and marketing collateral accurately reflecting her aesthetic and style.