The following logo was designed by Acheson Creative for the ensemble Ile Du Berceau which consists of various talented artists (see musician list here). Several performances are planned for this spring and summer in 2015. Check out the calendar lineup at http://ileduberceau.com/schedule/.
The Northfield Historical Society is celebrating 40 years.
Acheson Creative was pleased to design a commemorative logo for their anniversary celebration. For more information about the Historical Society and their initiatives, go to http://www.northfieldhistory.org.
Acheson Creative recently illustrated a logo designed by the committed group at Northfield Area Community Solar. According to a recent blog post on Northfield.org, the organization is proposing a solar energy garden. To read more, go here.
A Scenic Byway section was written by Acheson Creative for the Minnesota 2014 Group & Packaged Travel Planner. It covered 21 designated routes throughout the state. The focus was on dining destinations to enjoy along the way. See Explore Minnesota here for current information on the routes.
Recent work included laying out some recipe cards, a sticker and a brochure. (Learn about the talented artists/illustrators that designed for General Mills and the fun fall products used for these recipes here.)
This fall marks the Tavern of Northfield‘s 30th anniversary. The historic restaurant offers exceptional from-scratch cooking and is located in the Archer House River Inn, a landmark in downtown Northfield, Minnesota.
Acheson Creative worked with the Tavern’s management and staff to develop their 30th celebration through various communications and promotions – written content, t-shirt design, a series of social media menu posts with custom artwork profiling new menu entrees, and video scene direction and testimonials. The Tavern contracted with Spreire (a Twin Cities based video company) and Acheson Creative to produce this short 3-minute promo video. Take a look!
The following design was created for a fall event through WINGS (Women In Northfield Giving Support) to help a local community school. To learn more about the project, go here.