We had the pleasure of designing and re-branding the Metropolitan Area Craniofacial Pain Center. The new center is named after Dr. Elliott J. Alpher. Our take resembles an intertwining "A" and "C" (for Alpher Center) that form an organic star shape.
Dr. Alpher has limited his practice solely to the treatment of Craniofacial Pain (TMD/TMJ) Disorders, and the fabrication of oral appliances for sleep disorders. He is the Director of the Metropolitan Area Craniofacial Pain Center in the District of Columbia and has a satellite office in Leesburg, Virginia.more>
Every once in a while, our clients will ask me how "the music thing" is going. There's always something going on...although most people can't participate in those behind-the-scenes activities. Well, that's not the case right now because the band I play drums in is getting ready to go on tour to support our new album "How Do We Explode." It's due for a full release on May 8th on Modern Hymnal Records out of Brooklyn, NY, but we're streaming it for free here: http://garybandthenotions.bandcamp.com/.
Here are some of our dates for the next few weeks. Come out and see it!more>
You may have already seen the tease on our homepage, but we have a new stationery package. The goal was to create a customizable package with a look that stands apart. It's hard to capture in photos, but our "Visionmark orange" is bright enough to guide a Boeing 737 safely to earth.more>
The Lax World Team 2012 Catalogs are in and they look great! We produced a 48 page catalog for Lax World's team division in partnership with their vendors which includes a vast product line of customizable lacrosse apparel. Lax World was looking for something "cool" without having to deal with collegiate photo licensing and I think we delivered a home run (or a goal in this case). Each line of type is a "lacrosse saying;" and while they may not be known to us, lacrosse guys know. They also took the opportunity to hide some cheeky lines directed at their co-workers for a bit of fun.more>