JusKo Photography takes perty pictures of people and things in the Dallas, Texas area.
Moondancer Publishing is a new literary publication company out of North Carolina. We have been so happy to be part of their journey and look forward to seeing the impact that they'll make.
Swaim Law is a law firm serving central North Carolina while also being licensed in Florida. When deciding to establish themselves in the Raleigh area, we were lucky enough to be involved in their branding process.
A to Z Construction is a contracting company based out of New England. They build houses and stuff that generally stand up much straighter than their cool abstract logo.
CEAPU is a child advocacy agency based in Uganda. They specialize in an outreach that finds some of the most poverty stricken families in the world and offers them aid. We hope that this logo changes the world.
Artful Expressions is a custom card and scrap booking supply company in Connecticut. We're not sure what that means exactly, but it makes people happy so we're glad to have helped.
We think these guys make stamps or something. Not really sure. But the logo is kind of a cool retro looking guy so we like it.
You ever been standing in line for popcorn at the movie theater and look over and see a poster that's so dope that you get out of line to go look closer and it is even more awesome up close but then you realize that now you have to go to the back of the line again so you just decide that it isn't worth it and take another quick look at the ballin' poster for some movie you didn't want to see before but now you kinda do?
We make those. (Sorry about making you lose your popcorn but it is too expensive anyway. And kinda gross.)
The only thing more fun than making pretty pictures, is making TONS of them and then showing them in rapid succession so it looks like they're moving. Then you throw in some sound and you've got yourself something wicked awesome.
We handle everything from event slideshows to architectural walkthroughs. And just for fun, we occasionally throw in a trailer for neck chomping mutants. Click on one of the pictures to see their movie!
Yes. Yes we did. While it is not something we do regularly, a friend of ours (Client Savvy) had a booth at an expo in Florida. They needed a huge monster made out of construction barrels. It sounded like too much fun. Not only did it stand about 12 feet tall, but it was shipped in bits and snapped together like really huge Legos. It was pretty sweet. And before you ask... yes, the construction barrels were actually purchased.
Let's say that you want to build a building or something. The problem is that people want to see the building before they help you pay for it. So you have to have the building in order to build the building. We think that's dumb.
OH! I KNOW! We'll use paper and popsicle sticks. We'll cut out all of the bits and glue them together. Then glue can get everywhere and strip the finish off of the table tops when we try to clean it...
There must be a better way. If only there was a computer program that would do all of that for us, without messing up the table tops. And if only we had that software. And if only we were trained in how to use that software.
There is. We do. We are. Don't believe us?
Some people say that stick people can't take photos. They say that 2D people who live in a world of black, white, and sometimes gray won't understand dynamic lighting, focal depth, exposure, iso, composition, color theory, and so on and so on.
Then they point out that our arms just kinda end and we don't even have fingers to even handle a camera properly. At that point we normally flip over a table and storm out. We're not angry. We just look for any excuse to flip over a table.But are they right? Find out!