Client: Iron Kricket | Allentown, PA
Project: Brand Development, Implementation
We will be closed for President’s Day. See you Tuesday.
Stay warm out there!
Happy Valentine’s Day, Loves!
Look what arrived today! Our order of #ouchiesforothers “fighting kids cancer” bandages! #ilovemyjob (at Tangerine Cafe Design Group)
What makes these bandages special is children were asked to design their own bandages and feature a message of hope to other kids battling cancer. Sales benefit the Childhood Leukemia Foundation and The American Childhood Cancer Organization.
Tangerine Cafe had the unique privilege of working alongside Ouchies on this great program. It was an opportunity to work with amazing organizations dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children with cancer.
Artists: Laura, Erin, Tenia, Amber & Sammy
It was our distinct pleasure to be a part if the jury, choosing the bandages, but also designing the final package and bandages.
We would like to spotlight you today with a happy, happy birthday wish! What can we say? You are the complete package. You are the designer with a left right brain that keeps the team on our toes, however let’s not forget the strong willed right brain that encourages your creative thinking and thoughtful designs making you as unique as one of Melinda’s unicorns!
Tangerine Cafe celebrates you. We are (collectively one of) your biggest fans. Your work is just out of this world. No, really - some of it is really just implausible, improbable & fantastic. Cheers!
Tangerine Cafe wants to wish you the happiest of birthdays. Your creative spirit makes you such a valuable asset to our team. It is apparent in all that you do, from your design & illustration to the interest and involvement in your community. You are a star.
Rue Renee cards are the work of Megan Larson. Megan is a designer living and working in New York City. Originally from Colorado, Megan grew up loving to draw and make things by hand.
Today, she’s a graphic designer working in the marketing and magazine industries. When she’s not designing and making handmade treasures, she can be found taking long walks in the park, watching movies, hanging out in bookstores, and devouring magazines and classic novels.
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