Posts tagged ‘rack card’
Super designer and pal Jay Fletcher (He also makes great pies!) hit me up a while back to help with a project for the folks of Poogan’s Porch. Named for the lovable neighborhood dog that made the establishment’s front porch his home, Poogan’s Porch is one of Charleston’s most celebrated culinary haunts, serving up homemade Southern favorites since 1976. Jay crafted an incredible new identity and rack card that speaks to the restaurant’s vintage vibe and rich history while artfully blending in modern elements and the dog that started it all. I had the opportunity to write copy. Thanks, Jay. It was another pleasure!
A bit of the copy I wrote:
We believe in conversations on porches, Sunday brunch, old Southern dogs, ghosts, seersucker, biscuits, homemade and handmade, sweet tea, handwritten recipes, friends old and new, great stories, gracious hospitality and our Moms. Not necessarily in that order.
Those sassy Stitch ladies invited me to play along on a not-so-rack-card project for another Miami icon, The Blue Moon Hotel. Our client, Jason Rose of Ventana Hotels & Resorts, provided great direction and all the right details to help us craft a piece that will entice discerning travelers to this historic and hip Miami gem. Check out more details from Stitch.
While I’m at it, I’ll share one of my favorite renditions of the song of the same name by the Cowboy Junkies.