Pabst Brewing Company was looking for an artist to create a mural to honor Recovery Room Tavern's accomplishment of being the number one seller of PBR in the country. After finding out the work SEVEN produces, they gave us a call. This quote from the Pabst regional field marketing manager sums up the project:
"One of the best mural ideas I've ever seen!"
This mural is 12ft x 23ft, mixed media, hand painted. So much fun was had with this mural. Bring on the next one!
SEVEN also creates a bunch of other fun things for Pabst. Take a peek.
Mural Time Lapse
SEVEN crafts beautiful and moving visuals for Charleston Moves. We believe in Charleston Moves because they believe in making Charleston a more connected, safer, and livable place for everyone in the community.
Check out our latest campaign we crafted for them below:
After getting run over by a Lincoln Navigator on a road bike, Connor met Peter Wilborn of Bike Law. Peter handled all of the legal and medical bananas and in turn, got the human and the bike fixed. After finding out the work SEVEN does, we began to work on some fun projects together. Preferring two wheels versus four, SEVEN took this assignment to heart. Working on something you feel passionately for makes all the difference. SEVEN was honored to be able to work with the awesome brand identity that Fuzzco created for Bike Law and to create some new things to add to it!
For more info on Bike Law or to buy a killer t-shirt, check out:
~ Logo ReDesign ~ Packaging ReDesign ~ Product Photography ~ Menu Design ~ Illustrations ~ Hand Painted Signage
Charleston has been praised as a top bicycle city, yet has very few bicycle lanes and no protected lanes. The Design Division of Charleston and Charleston Moves want to change this. SEVEN was lucky enough to be asked to develop an identity for a bicycle research program to help the Design Division of Charleston to gather data for their urban planning. Considering SEVEN is a huge bike advocate, this project was put on the top of the list.
The identity was influenced by the clean and direct messaging repeated in political campaigns. The color palette invokes Old Glory, our beloved national flag but with a slightly softer approach. The overall feel for this identity is open, inviting and patriotic. Riding a bike is now more American than apple pie and baseball.
The bike tags were a huge success in collecting bike route data. We blew our 1,000 routes goal out of the water! This project was all about community buy in. The charleston community definitely bought in.
~ Logo / Identity ~ Stickers ~ Bike tags
Here are various logos, trademarks, icons and logotypes created for a variety of clients over the past few years. Some were created as part of a larger identity project, whereas others were designed to stand strong on their own. There are some in here just for fun as well.
~ Logo Development ~ Icons
A View From The Window
Grant Monahan and SEVEN connected through skateboarding and college parties. Grant was an upcoming photographer who always had his camera at the session. After his first art show, Grant was encouraged to publish a photography book about The Ditch Witch, his family's food truck in Montauk, New York. Located just feet from the shore, The Ditch Witch attracts hoards of hungry locals of all ages. Although Grant only asked for help with the book's design, SEVEN ended up creating his logo and some posters. The release party in Montauk was pretty epic too.
If you want to know more about Grant's work, check him out at:
At one of the old Navy base buildings there is a wood shop located in it. That wood shop is about as local as you can get. This is were SEVEN met Brian Hall of Kistler Design Company. Between saw dust, beers, and shit talk'n, SEVEN helpes Brian out with some projects. Check them out.
~ Booklet Design ~ Product Photography ~ T-Shirt Design ~ T-Shirt Photography ~ Order Form Design
SEVEN had the chance to venture out to the Bonneville Salt Flats to shoot some lifestyle photography. So here is a behind-the-scenes look at Speed Week and its eclectic group of cars and characters.
The Harriest New Year's Eve
Started out as a Fish Camp but now on New Year's Eve it's bombarded with city folk who want to party. SEVEN has been hired to control all the visuals for this wacky event. Want to go to this event? Check out the link below:
Lynn Costello sought out the crafty nature of SEVEN to develop a new identity for her. To sum up Lynn Costello, the barber, she is a straight razor of opinions and is full of passion for her craft. There is no filters on wild requests for cuts with Lynn. In fact they are encouraged. A visit to Lynn can be described very simply; Come in a mess, get a cut, look fresh, and leave with a slap of confidence on your ass.