If you’ve ever been in our office, you know that one of the first things you’ll see when you walk in is our inspiration board. Located right beyond our front door, it’s a 3D collage of each Seedhouser’s collected bits of inspiration.
Category: Design Inspiration
Today we explore the historical significance & current-day relevance of hand-painted grocery store signage in our city of Chicago, and introduce you to our collaboration with the legendary Southwest Signs.
We’ve recently celebrated 10 years as a design studio, and the team wanted to make an object that commemorated Seedhouse and the journey as a gift for Bryan, our principal and founder. After running through a few ideas, we realized that we still didn’t have a sign: think old fashioned, brick & mortar business sign. […]
Consumers gravitate towards imagery on packaging. Here are 3 tips to using food illustration on your packaging to the fullest effect.
In design, we look for inspiration everywhere including architecture. Architecture can become a symbol of an entire city or a movement.
A big chunk of our work revolves around food: food brands, logos, packaging, eating food. We illustrated more sweet potatoes than the average person. Certainly more sweet potatoes than WE ever expected to illustrate. (And don’t get us started on horseradish!) We constantly ask ourselves, “ok, what art style helps to push the whole concept […]