Summit Spring Water
SUMMIT SPRING A Brand Groundswell CLIENT: Summit Spring CLIENT WEBSITE: SummitSpring.com WORK INCLUDED: Packaging // Full Identity Suite // Brand ...
Pleasant River Soap
Drawing from vintage inspirations, the “ye olde urban apothecary” aesthetic crafted for Pleasant River Soap Company reinvigorated the company’s brand and packaging with a mix of custom and modified elements that playfully evokes the all-natural ingredients used in both its products and their packages.
MadGabs – Wildly Natural
Pulp+Wire worked closely with the MadGab's team to help them develop a new line of beauty products, and packaging geared toward a more discerning female market.
Finn & Co.
Pulp+Wire helped Finn & Co. hone their brand, simplify their products needs, develop the brand essence and help bring them to market. Though earned media the brand is now being distributed on both the East and West coasts.
Summit Spring Water
Summit Spring. A naturally free-flowing spring that wells from the ground some 750 feet above sea level and nearly 350 feet higher than the surrounding terrain. A spring with claims made about its healing properties for hundreds of years.
One of Pulp+Wire’s very first clients and certainly our longest standing relationship, DennyMike’s Sauces & Seasonings history is intertwined with our own.
Though somewhat unconventional, the rebranded line of “meta-foods” stands starkly out from the competitive landscape with individual graphics across each of its products without losing the unmistakable, unifying SurThrival aesthetic.
Adventurous Joe Coffee
An avid adventurer and long-time employee of L.L.Bean as its Outdoor Discovery School director, the founder of Adventurous Joe Coffee approached Pulp+Wire with the foundation of a coffee company that would cater to adventure sports enthusiasts like himself and that would employ socially and environmentally responsible means of production and trade.
Portland Brew Festival
Two months to execute the graphic design and multi-channel media plan on logo, event graphic and aesthetic elements, print and online advertising assets, website, social media, public outreach, et al? That was just the beginning.
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Originally created as a homemade hot sauce by Pulp+Wire owner, Taja Dockendorf’s chef husband, the idea for the name and story was a collaboration and quickly became a favorite of the clients of the studio.
Klara’s Gourmet Cookies
As one of 4 firms in the US we were asked by Package Design Magazine to take part in their annual package design makeover challenge. We are thrilled to have been involved and are excited to showcase our entry.
Maine Center for Entreprenuerial Development & TopGun
The Maine Center for Entrepreneurial Development is a non-traditional business incubator.
Branding, packaging, POP and collateral needs
Maine Foodie Tours
In a city recently named the number 1 foodie town in America, tours to top culinary spots is only fitting.
Heritage Integrative Healthcare
Pulp+Wire helped craft a new logo and website that referenced Heritage’s history, as well as foreshadowing their growing capabilities.
Our work with Hat Trick has defined an emerging brand and rising giant in the novelty industry.
The companies that make up the Baldacci group are varied and show an expertise and excellence in each of their respective fields.
Vet’s First Choice
As an up-and-coming contender in the online pharmacy arena, Vets First Choice initially needed help polishing its website creative.
Susan L. Curtis Foundation
Inspired by the stories of accomplishment and impact on the lives of those helped by the Susan L. Curtis Foundation, Pulp+Wire focused on communicating what a difference even a small amount can make in the life of a child in need.
A small store in Portland’s Old Port district, Lovely Things carries a variety of “lovely things for everyday living”.
Having marshaled various aspects of the Acadia Insurance identity, Pulp+Wire has worked with Acadia as a strategic partner, helping to evolve the brand, and carry that presence across all materials, both internal and external.
The only shop we trust with our art.
Patient Performance Institute
Anticipating changes in the health care industry, the Patient Performance Institute aims to improve patient outcomes by applying emotional intelligence to assessing patient's capacity to follow their plan of care.
Genest Concrete knew they had a different story but wanted some help telling it.
P.R. Russell Mulch
Specializing in high-end mulches, soils, composts, and other mulch and soil products, P.R.Russell needed some help cleaning up its image, online and in print.
Seeking a more dynamic web presence, ServiceMaster sought out Pulp+Wire.
MAPS Worldwide saw it was time to reexamine its name and public persona to ensure it aligned with their new focus.
An innovative start-up seeking to introduce a risk management model, Headwaters sought assistance polishing its presentation.
Asylum Nightclub & Sports Bar
Leveraging the split personalities of Asylum’s three venues, Pulp+Wire turned that tinge of nightclub lunacy into a cohesive brand.
Green Light Studio
We worked with Greenlight Studio as they created a healthy indoor play space for children.
FUMO needed help telling their story without having any events.
Smart HomeOwner looked to devise a leading edge way to communicate their annual media kit.
With Juiced Apparel, sports are religion beyond New England.
The Art of Golf
Helping The Art of Golf to align aesthetics with business was crucial for the enterprise to grow and approach a wider audience.
The Brisketeers needed more lifting from their website and a little logo polish(not too much, mind you; this is barbecue after all!).
To say that we got involved with Urban Spice is an understatement.
Commercial Properties, Inc.
The redesigned Commercial Properties website created a new socially connected and streamlined online presence that was easy to maintain.
The ToeGoz catalog could be described as extensive as was the work we undertook for this lifestyle brand.
Pulp+Wire aligned Andrea's Bridal aesthetic to visually announce new ownership, a new mission, and the exciting new curated product line.
Chiropractor Douglas White tapped Pulp+Wire when he decided to return home to St. John's, Newfoundland to forge his own practice.
Portland Performing Arts Festival
Pulp+Wire helped to brand, promote, and realize the vision of the Portland Performing Arts Festival.
Northern Girl branding that creates an urban-farm-come-homesteader sensibility.
A local attorney devoted to fighting for the rights of Maine people.
With a disruptive idea of how to update personal injury law for the digital age, the mind behind Eagle Fee had a very simple mission.