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Hot Comics Logo Redesign

Hot Comics Website, Logo and Corporate Identity Rebrand

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Hot Comics and Collectibles, celebrating their 30th anniversary this year, asked us to rebrand their website, logo, and corporate identity. They felt their previous branding made them look stuck in the ’90’s, and their website was old and not mobile-friendly. They wanted an up-to-date look, capable of e-commerce and easy customer engagement. Read More

Minnehaha Liquors Custom Website Redesign

By | Responsive Design, Web Design | No Comments

Minnehaha Lake Wine & Spirits came to us in need of a rebrand and custom website redesign. They didn’t have a “real” logo just their store sign and their website had been created in Wix and the design was outdated and hard to update. They wanted to create a bold, modern brand, that would stand out from their competition. Their store had been in business since 1939 and it was important for them to keep the historical aspect in their design.The owners grandfather immigrated to Minnesota after surviving the concentration camps in WWII, and purchased the liquor store. It was vital that the history remain part of the brand.  Their store signs were iconic and they wanted to make sure the new logo would still be recognizable as part of their historic brand. Read More

G-Will Liquors Gets a New Logo and Responsive Web Design

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We were thrilled when G-Will Liquors asked us to rebrand their identity and create a new responsive web design. As liquor enthusiasts, this project was right up our alley.

G-Will Liquors has 7 Twin Cities locations and has been around for nearly 40 years. To play up their history, we incorporated a retro beer barrel into their logo. We gave it an updated look while paying homage to their history by using a clean, modern San Serif font for the name, combined with a classic Serif font for the “Est. 1978”. We kept their established color scheme to maintain familiarity and to stay true to their origins. Read More