This morning, EYMER BRAND Laboratories + Think Tank received a nice write-up from the online magazine, BostonVoyager. The article provides a fairly detailed background describing how Selene (from New York City) and I (from a former oil Boomtown located deep in western Pennsylvania) met and hatched our company. Here is a link: http://bit.ly/2vMLT6X_Eymer
City Mission Moving Announcement
City Mission, founded in 1816 is the oldest multi-service agency in New England and the second oldest in the United States. Since its inception, City Mission has served the educational, economic, and social needs of impoverished Boston area residents.
In early September, the organization will be leaving their Beacon Street headquarters for 165 years and will be moving to their new home in nearby Dorchester.
EYMER BRAND Laboratories + Think Tank and the City Mission Boston team, led by Rev. Ruth Edens collaborated to create an informative yet slightly lighthearted moving announcement. Big projects are an excellent challenge, but sometimes it is the small and fast moving initiatives that ignite the creative adrenaline rushes.
Above, I have posted the final 6.0" x 9.0" postcard. Below are three conceptual runner-ups. As you will notice, there are "kernels" from the concepts that often end up within the final piece.
Protect Duxbury (ProDux) Campaign
Rising tides, massive storms, and crumbling seawalls have become a severe problem along the coastline south of Boston, Massachusetts. In many cases, such as in Duxbury, MA, a
EYMER BRAND Laboratories + Think Tank is currently working with a committee of concerned Duxbury citizens first to inform and then to rally support for repair and reconstruction to the structure that prevents seawater from rushing into the quaint New England town during regular occurring severe weather events.
Recently, the ProtectDuxbury logo, as well as the shortened "ProDux" variation,