There is something special about putting the pixels aside every now and then, and only using a pen/pencil/brush and paper. While sketching and doodling always is an integral part of H&H, we’re now also participating and inking away for the drawing challenge Inktober, where we’ll be posting 31 drawings in 31 days.
“Clowns to the left of me, Jokers to the right…here I am…stuck in the middle with you.” This was our submission for the 2016 Ballots & Brews: A Political Poster Show by AIGA Jacksonville / Jax Young Voters Coalition. We expressed our discontent for both front runners by repurposing a lyric from a classic rock song, “Stuck in the Middle With You” by Stealer’s Wheels. In a bi-partisan environment where both left-side democratic and right-side republicanism leave you and your principles unrepresented, well you are stuck.
…and it’s a new year!
2014 was filled with great things both on a personal and creative level for H&H. We jammed on work for our existing and fabulous clients, and also established new contacts. We said our vows last March in an intimate ceremony in Charleston S.C., and Herring & Haggis are now Maria and Clif Watson!
We are starting off 2015 with some super exciting projects in the works, and will be posting frequently about our progress. We hope to see you back here soon!
It sure was a busy but wonderful Summer. We welcomed a new member to the family in June, and it has been a whirlwind ever since! It took us a while to get into the routine and used to the round-the-clock feedings (after all, it has been 8 & 9 years since our boys were babies) but we’ve now hit a great stride. Ella is amazing, a new source of inspiration, and we are head over heals in love!
There is a ski chalet in Canada that offers not only amazing views from its windows but a most unique view along one of its walls. We think this is pretty awesome!
We really like how the Animal Wellness Center’s business cards came out! When the owners of the Turkey Creek Animal Hospital expanded their practice we had the opportunity to brand their new animal health clinic. We were looking to subtly connect the two, without making the identities too similar. Using the “A” as a silhouette of a dog, we highlight their focus on overall health of the animal – from head to tail to their logo and this business card. With the added diecut these cards are fun to hold and hand out!