Purchase HERE This delicate and simple logo is a versatile logo for foodies, bakers, ceramic artists, houseware boutiques and businesses that are comfort oriented. warm and elegant, this logo is the perfect way to make the right first impression.
How it works- you send me your titles and your accent color and I will send you the file. Simple right?!
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with any questions or inquiries.
Included in this set:
Three versions of this logo with your titles. (JPEG, PNG and Greyscale)
A Business card- in your accent color of choice.
I am thrilled to announce that this lovely rustic minimal logo is now on the etsy shop and site!
Shop the Logo here
Set the tone you want with an elegant and cohesive menu design. Whether it be for a cafe, wedding or program it is important to make the right impression
Up to 3 pages including cover – any extra pages will require a custom listing.
Send me your information,inspiration, logo and text you would like to include upon purchase.
Lets make something beautiful together.
I recently had the opportunity to re-brand a Etsy shop called Oak and Ale. An Etsy shop specializing in fashion and accessories, drawing inspiration from rustic roots with an eclectic twist, its talented owner- Pearl.. Is currently working on expanding her image to include art work. She was looking to merge her Etsy shop with her personal brand in a way that maintained its integrity.
Drawing from a pallet of burnt oranges, mustard yellows and plums- the overall look is warm and clean- reflecting the detail and craftsmanship of her shop.
You can shop at Oak & Ale Here
You can purchase your very own design package Here
Nothing is quite as lovely as late summer/ early fall in Ontario Canada.
Soft light, crisp air and the perfect lighting conditions..I feel like the woods was showing off a bit for me when I went for my hike, camera in hand.
Its amazing how some places will forever be the places you associate with the seasons, whether it be the hot summer nights in the city, or the crisp fall mornings in the country .. each season brings an opportunity to pause and reflect.
As I sit here planning this weeks blogs posts in my little loft in the heart of the art district of Montreal, I am overwhelmed by gratitude. To you, our followers. Its been almost 3 years since we started this Elephant Adventure. What started out as a place to post bi- monthly features on flea markets of Toronto and inspiration in design has matured and developed as I believe we each have.
Now our blog features photography, music, travel, book reviews etc.. But we’ve stayed true to our core. We’ve been driven all this time by inspiration and the hunt for beauty, a thirst for finding the extraordinary in the mundane. And it has only been through your support, encouragement and fellowship that we’ve continued doing what we do. So way to go guys! Your all incredible!
This week is going to be great. So excited.
Ps. In the cover shot- best way to break in a new table? Flowers from the Jean-Talon Market of course! Feature Pending.
I got the idea while trying to find decent artwork for a baby’s room I was working on, frustrated by the unbelievable price tags (looking at you Restoration Hardware) or the gaudy colors I finally decided to go DIY on them. I’ve been working on art independently for a while now- mostly contemporary pieces.. So capturing something fragile and innocent required me to draw inspiration from nature. What better way to welcome a new life than embracing them with a organic pallet with cheerful accents?
I was thinking Scandinavian style, with a clean white background, a set of 4 with a gleaming white frames…cant help it! It’s the Interior Designer in me!
My next concern was price. Custom art often is sold at a price point that makes it unreachable to young parents. So after giving it careful consideration- I priced them at 25.00 CAD each. Unbelievable amiright.
Painted with watercolor and acrylic on heavy canvas paper I ship internationally (but the price will vary).
Don’t hesitate to get in touch !