Behind the Curtain

Talented, smart, and charismatic—that pretty much sums up our most recent client, Twig & Olive! I am so honored to be working with them in 2017, to revolutionize the way they conduct business online. Ribbons of Red is in charge of re-branding their entire web presence, from their WordPress website & blog to their online shop. I couldn't be more excited to come along side this talented set of individuals and use clever design to grow their business.

(We also have the same dry, sarcastic sense of humor—which is always a match made in heaven for me!)

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If you struggle with branding—you are not alone. Ribbons of Red is currently helping 1,000+ photographers in the same boat as you are, through our heartfelt newsletter! Get the direction you need through our free branding tips and marketing advice delivered straight to your inbox. (For the record, we know you get a ton of emails, that's why we'll only drop by when we have something wildy awesome to say.)

Belle Lumière Magazine

Belle Lumière is a quarterly, niche magazine that celebrates film photography. Buttery vibrant tones, grainy texture, and light-drenched images fill the publication. When translated, Belle Lumière means “Beautiful Light” in French. Its name is not only a nod to the origin of chemical processing (France, circa 1839) but also derived from the iconic way film captures light.

There’s something nostalgic about the act of holding a photograph. Tangible is beautiful, and it’s why Belle Lumière is only available in print. The publication was purposefully designed to be held, coveted, and enjoyed in-person—just like an old photograph.

Each volume of Belle Lumière is wrapped in brown paper, bound with twine, and stuffed with a handwritten, wax-sealed letter. These little details add to the brand’s nostalgia, as they were inspired by how Parisian mom and pop shops used to wrap their goods for patrons. To ensure the inspirational photographs and stories remain the focal point inside every volume, the entire publication was designed minimally.

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