graphic design

Emily is the Graphic Designer of oz+em. She specializes in layouts for collateral but has taken on all sorts of projects. Take a peek at some of her work for these clients.

The Epicurean Connection Sheana Davis was looking for an update to the collateral that she gives to cheese making class attendees and to distribute to potential catering clients. They worked together to select beautiful photos of her delicious culinary creations and come up with clear messaging to

Rack Cards coming soon!

Marin Humane This Marin based non-profit is close to Emily’s heart. She worked there for almost seven years in their marketing and communications department. Now she provides graphic design services for them. Take a peek!

Lives Made Happy This bi-annual magazine is a fun, practical, and information-packed magazine about animals and the people who love them. Published twice a year, it reaches more than 25,000 Bay Area animal enthusiasts.

Winter 2019 Issue
Includes their annual Impact Report with infographics
Winter 2018
Includes their annual Impact Report with infographics

Large Scale Signage

Project: Fence Covering
Marin Humane was hosting their annual Gala for the first time at their Campus in Novato. The pinnacle of the evening is the Fun a Need and Live Auction that was to be hosted on their back lawn. They asked for a fence covering that was on brand but could disguise the animal service officer trucks that are located behind the fence. Guests of their event used the fence covering as a back drop for photos with fellow guests and selfies.

Project: Directional Lobby Signage
After a rebranding led by GoodStuff Partners in 2015, Marin Humane has steadily been updating the campus to reflect this new image since. Visitors to the main campus were often confused when they walked into the lobby of the main building, and were unsure of where they should go. Marin Humane needed a solution that would help guide the public in a clearly communicated way but stayed on brand while also covering a mural that was painted in the 70’s.

Before: The lobby of Marin Humane. Highlighted is the mural that they wished to cover with directional signage.
Mock-up: One of the final mock-ups before finalizing the design and sending files to the printer. We actually made it BIGGER than the above photos show.

After photo coming soon!

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