We’re thrilled to have won two Awards at this year’s AIGA Philadelphia Design Awards. The two chosen projects were CORA’s brand identity and packaging and our work for Real Food Eatery. See more of CORA and Real Food Eatery in our portfolio section, and thanks again, AIGA Philly!
Our Creative Director, Sharon, was featured on The Creative Agency Podcast, speaking about building teams for our clients, life running the studio, and the obstacles she’s found along the way. Listen to the full episode on their site!
Angie Hilem of Heighten Social is sharing a bit of wisdom on Instagram Stories, overwhelm and her trip to Philadelphia to teach our next Back to School classes next month!
Join her for one of two Instagram for Business Classes on October 6th and 9th at our studio in Old City!
We can’t thank Philly Mag enough for honoring our Back-to-School classes with Best of Philly 2016! When we launched them last year, we didn’t realize the impact it would have on our community of friends here in the city and we’re truly thrilled to be honored with the award.
We’re looking forward to kicking off Fall with more classes, so if you want to join us, sign up for our email list and you’ll be the first to know!
Thanks so much to AIGA for featuring Cora in their op-ed piece about changing the way we see feminine hygiene products! You can read the full article here.
True Beauty Marks wanted a fresh brand update with the new launch of their premium hair and makeup services, Gina Kay, and expanding into a new space. We built two separate logo marks, one with custom hand-lettering and the other to showcase the subtle bohemian style of the brand.
Business cards printed in duplexed green and cream cardstock with copper foil by Paper Meets Press.
The Dieline featured our Cora branding and packaging on their site today! You can see the full post on their site and view the entire project in our portfolio to view the Cora website and additional design details we created for the brand.
Thanks so much to The Dieline for featuring us!
In lieu of Christmas gifts each year, Ink + Mortar sends New Years gifts to our clients, partners and friends, to celebrate the past year working together and to kick off the new one. This year’s calendar contained watercolor illustrations that were cut and overlaid, each unique for every month. The bases are made from reclaimed wood from North Carolina or Ohio and created by Sharon’s father, Fred McMullen, a woodsmith and sculptor based in North Carolina. No two bases are the same. It’s a tradition we look forward to keeping up for a long, long time!
When Philadelphia-based seamstress and sewing blogger Maddie Flannigan of Madalynne was looking to re-vamp her website, we jumped at the chance to tackle her creative vision. Drawing from vintage sewing items and calligraphic details, we created a brand identity that embodied the her hand-made pieces and a website that would feature her other offerings including her photography, classes and blog.