corporate literature: The United Nations Children’s Fund provides long-term humanitarian and developmental assistance to children and mothers in developing countries. Early and exclusive breastfeeding helps children survive, but it also supports healthy brain development, improves cognitive performance and is associated with better educational achievement.
Since 2013, the studio has worked alongside UNICEF’s Nutrition Section, designing the Global Breastfeeding Collective series of reports and supportive materials in four languages. Through extensive and detailed research, survey findings are outlined in branded infographics and supported by humanitarian imagery to reach the hearts of global policy-makers and journalists. Photography: © UNICEF
print, media and website design: A labor of collaborative love, documentary films explore the profound meaning of life, bringing to light humanity’s virtues as well as injustices. They are personal journeys to document, educate and inspire change. Like the cover jacket of a book, the theatrical poster aims to distill a film’s narrative into a single visual—establishing the level of plot to grab the attention of passers-by.
Skin of Glass photography: Plinio Hokama Angeli, Matt Beardsley, Lincoln Santos Castilhos, Camila Missaki, J. Xavier and Denise Zmekhol. Site programming and integration for skinofglassfilm.com: Sage Brucia. Finding the Gold Within photography: Karina Epperlein. Akron image by Wes Hollendonner. Site programming and integration: Tony Immordino and Stan Tausan. Children of the Amazon photography: Denise Zmekhol. One Voice photography: Matt Beardsley
Marin Organic | print, media, website design: Our farmers are our local heroes. Marin Organic partnered with local farms promoting sustainable, organic agriculture, providing farming and food system education and increasing access to fresh produce for people and organizations in need. The individual stories of each farmer became an integral part of the brand, often highlighting the generations of dedicated stewardship of the land they farmed. Photography: Jeffrey Westman
Sonoma Land Trust | print and media: Since 1976, Sonoma Land Trust has protected nearly 50,000 acres of productive and environmentally significant land in and around Sonoma County. Their events build community for members, volunteers and the public with a love for the land and the coming together. The studio has designed announcements, invitations and table menus for dinners, talks and nature walks bringing to light the beauty of nature and the joy of its celebration. Photography: Michael Woolsey and Corby Hines
print: Books for publishers, brands and book packagers—to continuously inspire and inform.
What visual elements will create the personality that appeals to the broadest range of gift book consumers? Content with the most appealing design required an uncompromising standard by Chronicle Books.
An independent scholarly press, Academica Press specialized in monographs, revised dissertations, bibliographies, textbooks, and other books reflecting scholarship in the humanities and social sciences—publishing the very best material produced by the international academic community.
The Williams-Sonoma brand is built on an emotional foundation that speaks to those aspiring to a lifestyle of casual elegance. Our concept “brand book” Entertaining was designed to support and extend this appeal. Photography: Maren Caruso Prop/food styling: Sara Slavin and George Dolese
Stanford University | print: The Studio Art Lecture Series of Stanford University’s Department of Art & Art History gathered noteworthy conceptual and traditional artists and academics together to speak, inspire and enlighten. Our series of 17 posters invited students and the public to these screenings and symposiums.
University of California Berkeley | print: Commissioned by SF Digital Studio and the University of California Berkeley’s Asian Art Museum, the collaboration with the creative director/photography studio presented each image to perfection. Impressions of the East was noted as one of the 77th Annual California Book Award winners by the Commonwealth Club.
Tracing their origins, history and noteworthy contributions, Collecting Asia: East Asian Libraries in North America, 1868–2008 is an in-depth chronicle of the 25 largest East Asian collections and libraries throughout North America. Photography: SF Digital Studio
KasanaCare | naming, branding, print, social media, website design: Aging should be a comforting, positive experience, filled with joy and camaraderie. KasanaCare is dedicated to improving quality of life by educating families and eldercare administrators on the safe use of cannabis medications.
The KasanaCare brand was defined with a strong focus on empathy, trust and compassion—from the initial pitch deck for investors, to an extensive website, presentation slides, social media, product packaging and marketing material. kasanacare.com site programming and integration: Sage Brucia