Spunk worked closely with Seward Co-op and their architects to design a “fresh” experience for customers through building exterior, non-toxic window graphics, signage and extended branding.
Spunk is honored to be honored by the 87th Annual Art Directors Club Show for it’s entry of the Thought-in-Motion U of M Dance Poster. The poster, created to function as a gift and as a rewarding piece of promotion, is designed to allow the poster to be presented as a full letterpressed Thought-in-Motion triptych or broken apart into three unique and original posters. Check it out on page 205!
Spunk Design Machine worked with architects to design a building for Seward Cooperative Grocery and Deli which carried the overall brand theory of “having the feeling of a trip down the fresh produce aisle.”
In efforts to keep to as non-toxic as possible, Spunk introduced the use of screen printing with non-toxic water based inks, rather than petroleum based vinyl graphics.