Tuesday, February 20, 2018
We are very happy to announce that the broth packaging designs we created with the lovely folks at 100 Bowls of Soup are complete! A big thank you to owner and founder, Katharine Mardirosian, and Jenn Ashworth for the opportunity, the inspiration, the excellent guidance and the ease and clarity in communications. Their delicious soups and broths were a great inspiration too!
If you are in the Herndon area, please make a point to stop by and try their soups and broths; you’ll be hooked.
100 Bowls of Soup makes fresh soup and bone broth weekly from local and organic ingredients. A variety of soups and broths are available for sale at their Herndon kitchen and retail store at 279 Sunset Park Dr Herndon, Virginia and at several retail stores in Northern Virginia, including MOM's Organic Markets in Herndon. To see a full list of retailers, visit their website.
Also a big shout out to the great staff at label producers, K Sidrane up in New York, for their excellent customer service and quality of product.
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Just Added! CD & Album package design featuring custom illustration and hand-lettering for David Sleigh’s new release, “Hiding in the Sun”. Learn more about David’s music at ReverbNation.
On “Hiding in the Sun” Sleigh’s lilting and unique voice conveys shadowy lyrical images that shift through changing cinematic-like scenes. This carefully constructed album, best suited for a solitary late night start-to-finish listen (with plenty of candles burning for good effect) is peppered with pausing instrumentals that allows the preceding songs’ words time to linger in the voiceless ambiance. With acoustic guitar, violins, harmonica and retro keyboards, the songs follow a mostly minimal indie folk bent, with stylistic twist and turns throughout (from desert noir to near classic rock territory) that imbues plenty of intrigue and variety to keep the journey going while maintaining an absorbing vibe. – DS
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