Michelle French Design Identity | Integration | Implementation

Michelle French Design
Essence
Essence

After a few years of work, rewrites, obsession, art direction via Skype and heavily notated PDFs, Edward Daniel’s Essence, the Beginner’s Guide to Veganism is published. More photos will be posted.

Heart of Islington
Heart of Islington

St Mary’s Church in Islington, London, UK has been the center of the community for centuries.

Hope Flies 2017
Hope Flies 2017
EthiVegan in Porto
EthiVegan in Porto

For Edward Daniel’s first EthiVegan event, he did what great performers do—opened out of town. He provided the nibbles for a gallery opening at Patch in Porto, Portugal. I designed posters, postcards, web/social media banners, etc., and managed to produce aprons and carrier bags with the EthiVegan logo. Edward’s biggest surprise was meeting a fan […]

Randolph County Blues
Randolph County Blues
Hope Flies 2016
Hope Flies 2016
SVAfest
SVAfest

 

Pecans on Peachtree
Pecans on Peachtree

Pecans on Peachtree is the primary fundraising activity of the Shepherd Spinal Center Auxiliary. This year I designed the new logo and corporate stationery, ads, catalog, art directed the web re-design and supplied graphics for web and social media.     Above is an ad insert that ran in the Atlanta Business Chronicle.   I […]

Minute Molding
Minute Molding

Corporate identity designed for Minute Molding, a product that snapped onto existing door and window frames to create a custom look. The initial design for packaging incorporated a die cut on each side, allowing the customer to check fitting before opening the package. It would have worked well for re-shelving merchandise for returns. Bowing to pressure […]

Slow Food Festival
Slow Food Festival

The Hoochee Poosa chapter of Slow Food USA held its first Slow Food Festival in Roanoke, AL. Adapting an existing graphic into a dynamic presentation, I created social media graphics, posters, informational postcards, event signage, retail signs for booths and banners. Our younger members stenciled the Slow Food logo on the sidewalk, making a snail trail […]