Whitesbog Historic Village
Branding, Print Design & Illustration
Our response to the challenge was to create a rustic logo that spoke to the historic roots of the village while incorporating bright colors and modern typefaces that would appeal to multiple demographics. The outcome was a brand identity that gave Whitesbog more versatility in their marketing efforts and better advertised their multitude of services.
- Create a logomark that represented multiple services (history, nature, and cultivated berries)
- Develop primary and secondary color palette along with a new typography system
- Create a branding and style guide to maintain the integrity of the updated brand
- Create a fully-illustrated postcard that would advertise the annual Cranberry Festival
The original Whitesbog logo (first) and the new rebranded logo (second) created by Pixel Parlor
Additional logo lockups created to give the brand more versatility
Brand guidelines for Whitesbog (top), t-shirt design, and letterhead mockup (bottom)
We began with a tour of Whitesbog to gather insight about the environment, historical significance, and to learn more from the people who keep it curated. The result was three unique logo concepts that highlighted different important aspects of the location. Each concept was crafted with several different lockups in mind to allow for more versatility when it came time to integrate into digital marketing and merchandise.
Initial three logo concepts (top) and some inspirational photography from Whitesbog (bottom)
Whitesbog’s brand refresh breathes new life into an important chapter of New Jersey’s history and welcomes generations of customers to come and experience it. The bright color palette, organic typefaces, and versatile logo system gives Whitesbog a new brand versatility that will continue to grow in the coming years.
An illustrated postcard highlighting Whitesbog’s route for the annual Historic Cranberry Trail event.
A glimpse into the wireframe phase, where a lot of tough decisions are made regarding the information architecture of the website.
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