Bikes + Coffee + Beer

Broomwagon is a coffee shop and a bar and a bike shop. They are moving in downstairs. We couldn’t be happier. We also had to do the branding work. In the Grand Tours (France, Italy and Spain) a broomwagon is the vehicle at the back of the pack picking up the cyclists who have had accidents, …

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It All Started With a Watermelon

Limestone Blue is a lot of things to a lot of people. An art gallery, music venue, and – first and foremost – a great restaurant. The food is experimental without being intimidating; you will try and enjoy something you’ve never had before. When you’re there, you get the sense that this is more than …

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Don’t Cross Me

Are you looking for more obstacles in your bicycle racing? Perhaps an ever-changing terrain that forces you to dismount and carry your bike up hills and over tree trunks? If you answered yes to any of the these questions, then cyclo-cross is for you! Brad, Sam, and Jason were tired of racing in those boring …

Business Time: Branding for Startups

I am a parent. It’s difficult to get straight advice as a parent. The gravity of the decisions you make can turn people into zealots. For any one strongly held opinion about how to get your child to sleep (a pretty basic human function) there are a dozen telling you that if you do that …

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New Kids on the Block

Clay, Peter, and Greg left the traditional colonials and picket fences behind to make an impact on the Lexington real estate market in a whole new way. They have a passion for improving this city, and a unique combination of experience, innovation, and digital expertise that sets them apart. We created an image that is simple …

Bullhorn Gets Hitched

Shelly Fortune arrived in Kentucky with years of experience in event planning across the country, but without a local portfolio she was forced to start at square one. Her industry runs on who you know, and since she didn’t know many people she was faced with a unique problem and an extraordinary opportunity: to start …

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One Night in Bangkok

What started as a small family-run eatery has grown into a local culinary empire. Toa Green is already ubiquitous in Lexington, and she has no plans to stop. From the Thai Orchid Cafe to Crank & Boom, Green’s businesses have completely changed the game. Next up: food trucks. Toa came to us with a phenomenal product …