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Eastside Distilling’s spirits, complete with label designs by David Bailey Design are featured in this cool video from Travel Portland. Go ahead … click on it. The labels make a close-up appearance at the :44 second mark....

Tanya Luken CPA is an accounting firm in Portland, Oregon with a diverse clientele. The firm needed a card that was as simple and direct as its founder, but could also read as both “serious” for more business-minded clients and “hip” for their creative-minded clients. The card, with an image of a vintage abacus that wraps from front to back and a hand-drawn type-face that reads as 60s-modern or funky crafter, serves both sides of the business admirably, adding up to the perfect brand. Plus, we designed the cool privacy window treatment for their offices shown above.  ...

Shame on us! The Blog-o-luxe™ 5000 has been unplugged this Summer, but DBD has been busy! We've been creating user-interface designs for new client, Twitalyzer, managing design, advertising and marketing for Lapchi Carpets, creating label designs for Eastside Distilling, building a website for PACCAR Parts, and a doing a whole lot more for our entire roster of clients. Rest assured, the Blog-o-luxe is humming to life again and should soon be churning out more posts for your perusal. In the meantime, you can also get updates via our Facebook page and Twitter. What are you waiting for? Click the links already!...

We designed these handsome labels for Eastside Distilling’s new 4-Year Barrel-Aged Bourbon Whiskey that’s named after the famous (or is that infamous) Civil War General, Ambrose Burnside. Burnside had such striking facial hair that we now call those things on your face, just in front of your ears, sideburns. Get it? Burnside – sideburns. While some spirits are said to “put some hair on your chest,” at 96 proof Burnside Bourbon just might “put some sideburns on your face!” And it says so, right on the back label....

DBD | David Bailey Design created these homepage slideshow banners for the Pre1 Software website. The website was built in-house by the Pre1 team, but our new sliders helped “kick it up a notch.”  ...