December Design Recap
There were a few fun little projects in December, with a whole bunch more coming next month. First were two pins for Cone & Steiner, the locally-owned neighborhood market with three locations. For one, I designed gold plated cat, holding a ball of string with a semi-subtle "C&S" in it. For the other, a proud little seagull sailor in silver.
Before starting Cone & Steiner, owner Dani Cone opened a great long-running coffee shop called Fuel. She asked me to miniaturize the iconic Fuel mug as a pin to sell at her shops.
I'm constantly designing new, small things around Porchlight for physical and digital updates and recently I needed to let folks know about a couple seasonal things: our Thanksgiving hours and some brand new apple cider.
The Pacific Bonsai Museum opened in 1989 just south of Seattle. Earlier in the year I designed a pin for the museum based on one of their bonsais, nicknamed "Captain Hook". Last month, they asked me to create a new one in the same style.
And to finish off 2019, some of my favorite photos from December.
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