Now that Fall is in full swing we're looking back at some of the highlights of the summer. Here's a project that seemed to fly in and fly out.
On a positive note in this, well, you know, election...we're proud to shine a light on a project we completed last summer with the RI Secretary of State's office.
Rhode Island has unveiled its new tourism slogan: "Rhode Island: Cooler & Warmer" along with a logo designed by legendary graphic artist Milton Glaser (I *heart* NY). I understand the time and effort put into this process and I have respect for Glaser. But seeing the results of my state's efforts leaves me both underwhelmed and arrested.
2015 was a particularly dynamic year for Lakuna Design that brought us new clients, new capabilities, a new site, and a new (sunny!) office. We're sincerely grateful to continue to have the opportunity to work with great clients on projects that push us, inspire us, and make us proud.
Lakuna Design is happy to mark the completion of the design of the New Bedford Whaling Museum's epic publication, Treasures of the Whaling Museum; Touchstones to the Region's Past.
Newport RI's Hotel Viking approached Lakuna Design when a change in ownership required a re-branding of their in-house day spa. A new name—in the spirit of the hotel's Nordic namesake—along with a new identity was created.
The process of documenting the history the violin in America has been the ambitious undertaking of the American Federation of Violin and Bowmakers throughout the past few years
Way, well, far, back, back in the 20th century we recorded an album of instrumentals and called it Castle of Crime. It was made at a time when free time was less shy and with the help of a lot of talented friends.
Wherein Lakuna Design Gets a New Website
The old 'cobbler and his kids shoes bit'...not only is our time best spent designing for the people that are paying our wages but honestly the biggest hurdle is that when telling our own story...we want to be 'all those things'. It feels impossible to build a self-portrait that doesn't invite our own criticism. But at some point in this process (this is the third iteration of our site) we break through and the relief is energizing—maybe blinding(?) but it feels like running shoes. Now back to work...