Logotype uses letter forms drawn by Melissa Small and Sarah Sandman
Started by Jessica Alba and Christopher Gavigan to create a better baby product. Not just better for babies, but for moms, dads, and the planet. Biodegradable, non-toxic, and all natural, their products speak to a new consumer that wants it all… delivered to their door.
PACKAGING DESIGN One Long House created an early round of their identity and packaging that we thought was too fun not to share.
“When we initially were scoping out The Honest Company, we looked to the design team from One Long House to help us create initial high-level concepts. They delivered modern, colorful design and packaging ideas that were fresh and inspired. The One Long House team is forward thinking and present in the work they do.”—Jessica Alba, Founder
This newspaper brochure was designed for artist, Julia Mandle's performance and installation piece, Fabrication of Blindness.
This book represents the collaborative MFA thesis by Melissa Small and Sarah Sandman entitled, 1+1=3: Building Social Capital Through Communication Design. Available for viewing at the RISD Fleet Library.
Melissa Small and Sarah Sandman /// RISD MFA THESIS BOOK 2 /// 1+1=3: Building Social Capital through Communication Design
Author Lewis Hyde lectured at Brown University on April 14, 2009. The subject of his lecture, Creativity and the Collective Self, led to the development of a collectively designed poster to promote the event. Ten artists and designers submitted black and white drawings and patterns for perforated bookmarks that could be torn off the poster.
Typographic Jewelry for the 2008 presidential election.
This invitation was designed for John Maeda's RISD Presidential Dinner Series entitled,Creative Connoisseurs. The design calls out the phrase, 'CREATE NOISE,' in CREATIVE CONNOISSEURS.
This typographic illustration entitled, OPEN, was published in the Fall 2010 issue of RISD XYZ magazine.
Zero Waste Poster, 2012
Working with Wood Turner, VP of Sustainability Innovation at Stonyfield, I sketched this poster to illustrate Stonyfield's waste-management efforts. Stonyfield set a goal in 2007 to be a ‘zero waste’ company by 2017—to recover all forms of waste by reducing, reusing, repairing, rebuilding, reselling, recycling, or composting.
Mailer designed for printer, LP Thebault's 2006 sustainability report. The piece provided Instructions on how to print sustainably; incorporating insights from a project's conception to a project's afterlife. The biodegradable, reusable white board on the inside had a handy diagram for users to plan out their next project.
2009 Broster for Rhode Island School of Design's group, Respond Design.
CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH JUSTICE
Logo and web design for the Center for Children and Youth Justice.