Our bottle design for The Blonde Bombshell, a new California White Wine, was featured on Lovely Package today. Pretty sweet seeing it on such respectable site.
Hook just completed a new brochure for Crisis Ministries. To achieve a nice homegrown, earthy feel, we created the hand-stamped covers out of cardboard and bound the 11 page piece book with some good old fashioned screws and bolts. Inside pages were printed on French Speckletone True White. Quick turn-a-round piece designed to help Crisis Ministries raise capital for a new building.
Here’s a new poster to promote The Blonde Bombshell. It’ll be used at special events, on premise in retail stores and if you’re here in Charleston, you can see this movie style poster on display at Cinebarre.
Today, our friends at Twelve South introduced the highly anticipated BookBook for iPad. As you can see above, BookBook is designed to look like a vintage novel. What’s really neat about this case is it feels just like a book in your hands, making reading iBooks even more of a pleasure. And get this, flip the book inside out and now you have a stand for watching movies, videos and iPhoto slideshows.
The hardback leather covers have tough, reinforced corners for impact protection. Beautiful spine and a rigid interior frame provide crush protection. Because it looks like a book, this stealthy case also keeps your iPad out of sight from thieves. BookBook is also available for MacBook and MacBook Pro.
Food & Wine Magazine cobbled together a list of America’s Fittest Chefs and Charleston’s Ken Vedrinski, friend of Hook and owner of Trattoria Lucca, made the cut. Ken is an avid cyclist and in the photo above, he’s sporting a cycling jersey designed by Hook. Way to go Ken.
Here’s a peek at a brand new wine the Hookers helped launch: The Blonde Bombshell. We took part in developing the name, bottle design, case design and many other components. The Blonde Bombshell is a California White Wine is a sibling to the The Big Red Monster, a red wine owned by our friends at Total Beverage Solution. The Blonde Bombshell was a great project based around classic pulp movie posters. Cheers to Steve Parnell, the artist who painted the final artwork.
Folks in the Charleston area can find The Blonde Bombshell at Cinebarre, where you’ll also see The Blonde Bombshell and The Big Red Monster Posters on display.
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