Pam Elise

Ask me anything   I am a graphic designer in the San Diego area and this blog is an archive of things that inspire me. This includes but is not limited to: graphic, interior, typographic and environmental design, the woods, the human body, video games, and cats.

steffikick:

my contribution to a calendar:)

steffikick:

my contribution to a calendar:)

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joy-ang:

Painted the girl and her wolf.

joy-ang:

Painted the girl and her wolf.

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alisonkatecarter:

Spinster Sisters Co. Soap Bar | Andrew Cruz | The Dieline 

Inspired by vintage soap packaging, Spinster Sisters Co. approached Andrew Cruz to design a unique, tactile box with a handcrafted feel that would allow the product to be seen, and the scent experienced. These handmade soap are produced in small batches with the finest natural ingredients. Rich with essential oils and botanicals, the products are gentle, sulfate free, phthalate free, and hypoallergenic.

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Spetaria | Carlos Nogueira | The Dieline

Spetaria, a Brazilian restaurant in São Paulo, has commissioned designer Carlos Nogueira to design their restaurants logo and complete identity. Inspired by the show name expertise making of special skewers and plates, the illustrative logo is reminiscent to traditional Brazilian barbecue.

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Smokey Denmark’s | McGarrah Jessee | The Dieline

For more than 45 years, Smokey Denmark has been known among Texas’ many BBQ joints as the premier purveyor of high-quality, whole-smoked meats. Recently, Smokey Denmark has begun marketing itself directly to consumers who have been enjoying its meats for decades at their favorite BBQ restaurants without ever having known the Smokey Denmark brand. McGarrah Jessee created package design and graphics for this new marketing effort.

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