"It's the way of life I wanted." -Taja Dockendorf
Thank you The Dieline for the feature article on an insider look of how I have been building Pulp+Wire and at our studio space.
Some top notes from the article:
"If you stroll around the offices of the Portland, Maine-based branding an [more...]
Launching at Expo West is daunting, nerve-wracking, and exciting!
Once you get to the show, it can be overwhelming to be surrounded by so many brands. But at Pulp+Wire, we LOVE it! We spend the year focused on the 6-month schedules that separate Expo East and Expo West. We prep branding and packagi [more...]
All of us at P+W are excited to showcase the re-brand we completed for Green Bee Honey Soda (www.greenbeesoda.com). The rebrand included a logo refresh, refined copy, and new labeling with a mix of finishing treatments to allow the pressure sensitive label feel more like a screen printed bottle. C [more...]
Head on down to Serenity Acres Farm and you might just be lucky enough to meet Frodo, Cocopuff, Dorothy, or Luna. No, this isn’t an amusement park or Middle Earth, this is the home where Serenity Acres Farm soap is created.
Our team designed the packaging for the cruelty-free and all-natural goat [more...]
Celebrating a City's Commerce:
Building a brand that has it's own voice is never an easy task...
Sometimes a small shift in perspective can make a big difference. Such was the case when Pulp+Wire was hired to help Portland Downtown design its new corporate logo. The local non-profit agency is [more...]
DennyMike's BBQ Sauces and Rubs Undergo Branding and Packaging Overhaul
New, modern packaging better represents quality of products;
Consumers get more for less
Westbrook, Maine -- February 4, 2014 -- DennyMike's (www.dennymikes.com), the award-winning line of sauces and seasonings, introduced to [more...]