On 02, Nov 2015 | In Print Design | By plaidtractor
Plaid Tractor was approached to solve a tricky problem: bring a bold, unique look to a simple packaging scheme with a limited visual footprint. We responded by working closely with Paradise Springs Farm (an elite, Biodynamic dairy operation) to determine an optimal package assembly approach to determine the visual space we had to work with. Concurrently Plaid Tractor conducted market research to ensure their brand and design direction would make a distinctive statement. From there we went to work to best communicate the farm’s unparalleled commitment to quality and stark individuality. The resulting visual system delivered brand cohesion to the farm’s milk, whey, and cheese offerings, and has inspired a vigorous, loyal following throughout the Teton Valley.
challenge: Show a small scale feel and symbolize the purest mixture of ingredients to describe this local grower’s approach to organic farming and raw dairy output.
result: A pure feel coupled with a rich product has lead to a fiercely dedicated following by local consumers.
A branded system designed to allow the client to tailor their message according to the type of customer a sales rep would be meeting with. A significant asset to demonstrate a narrowed focus and understanding of a customer’s needs, in addition to making it easier for a customer to fully comprehend the full scope of benefits regarding renewable energy system installation.
A true original. Designed as an interactive and functional take-away that reinforces patient satisfaction.
The reminder card uses its appointment dates to deliver a consistently complimentary fortune on the back side, leaving patients feeling positive about themselves and the overall experience.
The challenge here was to design a multi-use architecture firm announcement sleeve that blended elegance, confidence, and technical sophistication using just one color and a blind emboss. The result: a versatile, multi-purpose sleeve that expresses a dedication to quality and high design standards.
Based on real events, Barbara Lebow’s play centers around 2 parties that settled on the Galapagos islands in the 1930s, and the eventual arrival of a German baroness with 2 lovers in tow. A failed love triangle and disputes with other inhabitants lead to disappearances and murder, since referred to as “The Galapagos Affair”. The poster signifies a false paradise, haunted by sinister intent.
Reflects the unique and original character of Kittenchops Illustration in a business card – designed for “keepsake” quality. The card features a custom die cut, blind emboss, and metallic ink flood on the front side.
On 17, Nov 2013 | In Print Design | By plaidtractor
MDS required a simple, no-nonsense trade show booklet to outline core services and practices.
The result was heightened credibility through an easy access service directory that emphasized innovation and high value.
P.T. provided photography and design.