Design

We put together this magazine ad for New Deal Distillery's new line of Oregon Straight Whiskeys. The Distiller's Reserve premium whiskeys include Wheat, Rye and Bourbon and are being rolled-out this Fall as soon as they finish their three years of aging in Oregon Oak barrels. Oh, yes – DBD also designed the labels on those three bottles!...

Here's a great photo of our latest t-shirt design for New Deal Distillery taken by Kristen Manning Photography. Lucas from New Deal is shown pouring cocktails for the ADX open house party as part of Design Week Portland this past week. The tagline on the shirt says, “we do our part.” Indeed!...

At DBD one of our favorite things in the whole world is designing beautiful and functional logos for clients both big and small! One thing that our clients often wonder is how the logo will look in context – how will it look on a t-shirt, on signage, on cards, or even on a coffee mug. We can actually help you with that by creating realistic logo mock-ups of a variety of placements. Just like these mockups you see here of our own logo. None of these objects actually exists, but they could. Give us a ring.      ...

We designed these new labels for New Deal Distillery for their latest small-batch spirit, Cascadia d’Amore American Bitter Liqueur. The blue flowers on the label are Gentian, one of the key ingredients of this herbal liqueur that's inspired by the flora found in the nearby Cascades mountain range....

We illustrated this diagram of the New Deal Distillery stills set-up for a promotional poster used in their Spirits Tasting Room. The illustration started as a technical drawing and was then colorized and distressed to look like a vintage drafting blue-print. ...

New can designs for Imperial Organic Yeast! Look for these cool little containers of organic home brewer's yeast at your local home brewer's supply. See more of our Imperial designs here.  ...

We're excited to share these lovely new labels for Gin No. 1 from New Deal Distillery. In addition to designing the labels, we helped shape the messaging and brand for this botanical-forward gin, and helped create the category of "Savory Gin in the Garden Style." What makes Gin No. 1 so different? Perhaps it's the "Revolutionary Custom Distilling Process" that draws out juniper berry oils and tannins for an herbaceous and savory gin. Or maybe it's the balanced flavor and unique botanical hue. Perhaps it's all of these things combined with the fact that it's made in small batches by...