It's that time of year again. My own holiday celebrations have become quite involved as of late, mainly due to to the usual family travels and visits one must do. So I am already in the spirit. I was thinking it would be cool to do some sort of freebie Christmas graphic, like other design studios do, but then I decided that the pressure was too high. And who among us likes Christmas Failure? So instead, I put together a New Year's graphic. It's a fun, letterpress-inspired lyric sheet of Auld Lange Syne, and you all can download a JPG file of it by right-clicking this link.
Earlier this year I had the great fortune to work with the Harmony Co-op, a thriving, local farm-to-table grocer. To understand Harmony's success, you first have to understand Bemidji. This town is a regional hub. It's located in northern Minnesota, almost equidistant between Fargo, Duluth, and Brainerd. Bemidji's economy is largely made up of small businesses, mom-and-pop shops, and other local enterprises. As is happening across the country, consumers' interest in fresh, local, and organic foods is growing exponentially, and the nearest Trader Joe's is hours away... (click 'read more' to continue)
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