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Highlights of 2023

That’s a wrap on 2023—a year of creativity, growth, and unforgettable collaborations here at Farm Design. We’re grateful for this incredible journey: the trust of our clients, the strength of our team, and all we’ve learned along the way. Here’s to an exciting 2024 filled with fresh ideas, innovative designs, and endless possibilities!

Winter Festivities in Old Pasadena

We’re feeling festive with the release of the commUNITY Holiday Campaign here in Old Pas! We crafted a winter wonderland-inspired series of fresh murals, sidewalk decals, and social assets to celebrate the holiday season in Old Pasadena. Watch our reel to see our set.

All Are Welcome in Old Pasadena

Painting the town in Old Pasadena as we embrace the vibrant spirit of the All Are Welcome commUNITY Campaign! Watch our reel to see our process.

Branding and Packaging Design at Erewhon

We ❤️ specialty! Many of our projects end up in high-end grocery markets—like Erewhon—that carry a wide range of artisanal and organic brands. We help our clients stand out on these competitive shelves. Check out a few of our recent projects on shelf at Erewhon.

Darling Hard Kombucha Featured on Behance

Our work for Darling Kombucha was featured on Behance's Packaging page! We curated a unique story on our packaging using saturated colors, ethereal imagery, and striking illustrations. Across all flavors, these elements blend to create a surreal atmosphere with every sip. It’s mesmerizing. It’s personal. It’s Darling.

Beach Terrace Hotel Featured on Behance

Check out our project with Beach Terrace Hotel, featured by Behance on their branding page. Our goal was to elevate the hotel's overall perception and guest experience while capturing the laidback spirit of this independent boutique hotel.

The Dieline Awards—Juror

Congratulations to The Best in Packaging From 2022: Dieline Awards Winners. Our very own Creative Director, Aaron Atchison, was invited to join a highly esteemed international panel of structural packaging, design, branding, and consumer product experts.

Better Booch on Shopify

Recently, our client Trey & Ashleigh were invited to work with Shopify on a commercial that told the story of Better Booch and how they have implemented subscription-based orders to grow business and retain customers. Watch here until the very end for a little laugh.

Nelson Treehouse Visit

We traveled up the PNW to meet up with our friends from Nelson Treehouse to kick off their hospitality rebrand for Treehouse Point in Fall City, WA. It’s underway and we can’t wait to share more. Afterwards, we took full advantage of being in a cultural hub and explored Seattle as a team.

Saizon—Sneak Peek

Construction is well underway for our latest restaurant branding project. Saizon is an interpretation of Napa Valley meeting Mexico City where contemporary meets traditional and this sneak peak is brought to you by the muralist Yomar Augusto but also check out interior design firm Studio Unltd.

Adobe x Farm Design

Farm Design collaborated with Adobe for our How-to Series for creating 3 distinct brand systems is packed with value—from ideating logos, creating a robust set of touchpoints, to highlighting some of Adobe Illustrator’s new tools and features—we’ve got you covered!

Pulp Pantry on Shark Tank

Did you see our branding and package designs for Pulp Pantry on ABCs Shark Tank? We’re so proud seeing our client Kaitlin Mogentale pitch her brand to the enthusiastic sharks and to get an opportunity to land a deal with Mark Cuban. Check out the episode and pick up a pack today.

Otavi—Eye on Adventure

We’ve been working with JP Shulze on branding Otavi, his sunglasses company that stands for so much more. You might recognize the name from the Discovery+ show Beyond Borders or his YouTube channel The Candourist. Keep a lookout, the new branding launches soon.

The Dieline—Farm Design

The Dieline visited Farm Design to interview Aaron Atchison about his life, studio and commitment to adapting to change. Learn what pizza boxes have to do with his career, how architecture helps with packaging and how the small, but nimble team continue to push him to new spaces.