Longtime friend of Dauphine and celebrity event stylist Sasha Souzarecently referred one of her colleagues, Brooklyn event designer Lauren Macaulay, to us for identity and business card development.
Lauren wanted a design that evoked a retro feeling and featured “L Mac”, a shortened version of her name as the logo. Dauphine designer Katrina McHugh used an old-Hollywood inspired typeface paired with a eye-catching, yet sophisticated color palette of a nutmeg brown and french blue to create these radiant business cards.
Lauren was a true delight to work with, a sentiment surely echoed by her event clients. Click here to learn more about Lauren’s dynamic design sensibility and see samples of her work.
It’s not everyday that we get to work with one of our wedding clients after the happy day has passed, but when the occasion arises we are always delighted to hear what they are up to. In the case of former Dauphine Press bride Lindsay Brier, she came back to Dauphine Design for the development of a new identity for her San Francisco-based interior design business.
Lindsay wanted the design to be clean & calm and after a consultation with Dauphine designer, Katrina McHugh, they decided on an illustration of a mystic knot as the icon that best represents her philosphy and aesthetic. The mystic knot is a feng shui motif symbolizing a long and happy life full of good fortune — we wish the same for Lindsay and Anyon Interior Design!
Click hereto learn more about the very talented Lindsay Brier and see some of her brilliant work.
PS – Dauphine friend Suzanne Lavalee of Spoiled Bitch is the creative and technical genius behind the Anyon website.
Suzanne Lavallee is a fantastic San Francisco-based web designer who has started a new site called Spoiled Bitch. Let’s just start by saying, it’s not what you’re thinking…”Spoiled Bitch is a weekly email newsletter hopelessly devoted to keeping you fashionably informed about dog culture in the San Francisco Bay Area.”
The site content ranges from secret training tips to Fido-friendly getaways to must-have new gear
and upcoming events.
Dauphine designer Katrina McHugh designed the tennis ball logo as well as the looping leash illustration. Suzanne says:
“I want to thank all of you for helping to bring this to fruition. Creating such a stunning logo has not only garnered oodles of praise, but makes me so wildly proud. The darling icon lives proudly on Facebook and the logo and collateral pieces appear on the website and newsletter. As I’ve shared before, working with all of you was one of the most delightful experiences I’ve had: talent, timely and team work.”
We want to congratulate her on the launch of her site and her new blog. Franny and Frijolito are all over it.