Well, I imagine there must have been a battle, because major brands don’t usually acquiesce to this kind of thing.
Leavenworth, WA, the “Bavarian” town is remarkable (if for no other reason) in that the Leavenworth brand is apparently strong enough to dominate major national brands. Corporations must forgo their brand logos and fonts for something that “blends” with the rest of the town, in this case Wells Fargo bank.
Another instance of brand subservience: Bank of America.
The Starbucks brand relinquishing its visual identity in Leavenworth, WA.
Even Subway has to use a fancy “old fashioned” font, although they are allowed to keep the two-color aspect to their name.
David Kennedy - architect
A new website for architect David Kennedy was launched today. David’s main creative focus is in hospitality, but in his 20+ of practice he’s also done residential, commercial, and institutional work.
Richard Rollins: Architectural Finishes
We’ve launched a new website for Richard Rollins’ company, Architectural Finishes. Richard creates custom architectural paint finishes, wall panels, and relief constructions in commercial and residential settings. He also happens to be Joanne Rollins’ husband, and it was quite lovely to make websites for the both of them at the same time!