We had the opportunity to design and construct two rustic signs this past year. From start to finish, these were custom and allowed us to get our hands dirty hand-cutting the exterior shape, staining the wood, hand-painting the logos and working through the installation. Not something we do everyday but it definitely fulfilled some old art school cravings.
2015 has started with a bang. We have been rocking and rolling on a ton of projects which means the 110 site and blog have been a little neglected. So here’s a little something to keep you in the loop 😉
We added a few new pieces to the home page Recent Projects including the product illustration from the Xtralis XOa3 & iFT launch, the Good Content logo and website for world renowned artist, Peter Maier.
Here a list of some of the other projects we tackled in the last 3+ months of 2015:
- New ad design for the National Society of Painters in Casein and Acrylic
- Website design for Bethlehem’s finest pizza shop Marlo’s Pizza Express
- Website design for international photographer Keron Psillas
- Website design for Keron’s most current photography project – Loss & Beauty
- A variety of advertisements, emails and web enhancements for DiCicco, Gulman & Company
- Enhancements to the Lizard Watersports website
- Creation of promotional materials, signage, event program and website enhancements for Whisky Advocate’s WhiskyFest Chicago
Check out this web site designed by 110. http://sauconrailtrail.org
Converting old, unused railroad lines in Bethlehem PA finally became a reality a few years ago. The Saucon Rail Trail continues to expand and improve, creating a beautiful place to walk, run, bike, or cross-country ski. 110 Front Communications recently updated the map for the site. If you live in the area or come to visit, make sure to take advantage of this community gem.
On June 12th, one of our designs ran in the New York Times to promote WhiskyFest New York. Full page back cover of the business section. Pretty cool. We were on vacation when it ran and did not find out it was in until late in the day, so getting a copy was a little tough. Luckily around 9:30pm, I was able to track a few copies at the Acme in Avalon, NJ.