This was our first table tent. It is four inches tall in real life. These will be on display in the local area in restaurants and various business establishments to promote the Veteran Rides program operated by Malheur Council on Aging & Community Services.
It’s a great time to get hitched! These cards were used at a wedding so that guests could “Share the Love” on social media. Guests use the hashtag on the card on posts to Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. How fun!?!
This was a spontaneous photo opp one evening. Taken with my Android and edited in Instagram. Not only does this display the joy of my daughter, but captures the beautiful countryside of the Oregon Slope in Malheur County. I dug it back up for Easter, because it definitely exudes our gift of a living hope.
For their logo, Bare Root Organics wanted a modern retro feel. This was achieved by a modern flat look accompanied by a vintage color scheme and 2d custom drawn artwork.