Brand Identity, Product Packaging, Merch, Art Installation
Two Stroke is a moto cafe and lifestyle brand based out of Portland’s historic St. Johns neighborhood. They embody cafe racer culture by merging motorcycle and coffeeshop into one.
Saint Bread is a bakery and community space on the Portage Bay waterfront in Seattle. Equal parts divine and deadhead, Saint Bread has garnered a faithful following all its own.
Our Lady of the Righteous Nosh is a mythical figure that has appeared to hungry pilgrims and wayward wanderers across the ages. With her sword of wheat and pendant of peace, this Holy Mother invites all to feast.
Every good Saint deserves a shrine
In order to bring this experiential brand to another level and create a central art feature for the cafe, a custom stained glass window was designed, built, and installed. The stunning window fills the cafe with iridescent colors and functions as a photographable moment for customers to capture and share. Which turns every satisfied sojourner into an evangelist for the brand.
DIVINELY PSYCHEDELIC COLLATERAL
Juxtaposing the guilded reverence, are playful collateral and merchandise pieces inspired by the 1960s hippie, jam band movement. Hand-lettered “show posters” were created to announce the opening of Saint Bread and wheat pasted across Seattle. The flyer aesthetic was carried into the menu board which was designed to feel more like a display wall at your favorite record store. The merchandise blends the two worlds combining devout imagery with riffs of iconic band tees.