Brave New Day

Setup

COPYWRITING
Kristin Wilson

PHOTOGRAPHY
Maggie Kirkland

HISTORIAN
Tim Hills

Set to become a highly desirable and complementary addition to the established NW 23rd neighborhood, The George Besaw found itself in the right place at the right time. The building would give a respectful nod to the enduring appeal and nostalgia of the past, while standing above the rest with quality to match the high-end expectations of its neighbors and prospects.

Strategy

We focused the brand’s promise around exuding style, respect, and an enduring sense of old-school elegance. This would be a place of sanctuary, integrating the quietude of the leafy Nob Hill neighborhood with the vibrancy of the nearby NW 23rd Ave boutique shopping. This brand was to be all about connection and integration, offering its residents a wealth of the things they want, with the personal touch of place.

Brand

The George Besaw Brand visuals seek to hold the charm of Old Portland, with a contemporary boutique personality. In doing so, we stuck with a polished, friendly vibe, and avoided referencing urban, hipster, or trendy qualities. The logo and visual language concentrates on tradition and the timeless, warm qualities of the brand. In support, the copy and imagery seeks to reference the area’s human character, keeping the experience connected, cozy, and intimate.

The logo and visual language concentrates on tradition and the timeless, warm qualities of the brand.

<p>Typography Design</p> <p>Icon Illustration Design</p>
<p>Icon Illustration Design</p> <p>Typography Design Copywriting</p>
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