Pamela Baker-Miller and her grandmother Connie own and operate Frances May, a carefully curated fashion boutique in downtown Portland which stocks some of the best independent designers around. After several successful years they decided it was time to re-brand the store. Built on the nostalgia of elementary school flashcards and library book slips, the concept solidifed around the store’s namesake–Pamela’s great-grandmother–who was a school teacher.
Groom is laundry detergent designed for… ahem… hipsters. As a disclaimer, this is probably the most tongue-in-cheek project I’ve ever done.
Driven behind the concept that the stereotypical hipster doesn’t bathe or do much laundry, Groom detergent is designed with single use in mind. The copy reinforces its target demographic as does the shape of the packaging itself. Groom is a detergent ‘bar’ neatly housed inside of what resembles a cigarette pack. The dryer sheets are, additionally, in the shape of a pack of matches. The copy, well… you can read the copy for yourself.
Made of a composite of PE and synthetic rubber, this box cover is made to cover most any box from anywhere around the world.
Making a package for 12 HB pencils gray. A luxury product and simple to place on any desktop.
A self-promotional piece of direct mail that highlights The Chase’s design experience in the property sector. A selection of case study postcards are contained within a distinctive box designed in the shape of a brick. The title of the mailer, Intellectual Property, is debossed into the top of the brick.