Woodside was a startup company looking for a recognizable logo. Something that would be branding for his vehicle, and equipment. The original idea was to incorporate the W into the wood grain graphically but the client was more interested In a legible "W"
Green Tech had made it to states in basketball and wanted to dress up their gym. We schedualed photoshoots with their best athletes and created these banners 12' banners.
WCDB is an Albany, NY based radio station. They were looking for a new logo and some peripherals to go with it.
S.H.O.W. stands for sistas' healing old wounds. It is an Albany District Attorney funded redesign project. S.H.O.W. helps women who are trying to re-integrate themselves back into society after being locked away or sent for treatment. The 5 colors represent 5 races coming together to form a “helping hand”
Grey Goose contracted @Radical Media design team to come up with an interactive and creative site that would drive traffic. Absolute was ahead of the curve in this regard due to its younger main demographic. Our job was to create an engaging, content rich site while staying true to Grey Goose’s luxurious and tasteful sensibilities.
Prism Glass was looking for editorial and flyer work in order to promote there products and keep the flow of customers going. They also traveled to trade shows and wanted to showcase there work in a professional and appealing manner in a way that would compete with the larger, more established glass producers.
A mobile car detailing truck. The client wanted his favorite car showcased on all sides of the vehicle and he wanted the use of the business colors to be incorporated into the background.
Greek On The Run is a food-truck that was competing for customers along side 5 other food-trucks in the same area. Looking for a way to stand out, they came to us for ideas. The truck also featured customized stand up menu-boards and take away menus.
The client was looking for a logo that would translate nicely to different applications and processes. They specifically cited Dropbox and Shazam, two apps they wanted to aesthetically emulate.