Atomicdust Named St. Louis ‘Tastemaker’ by Feast Magazine
Over the holidays, we got a very special Christmas gift –
Atomicdust was named one of Feast Magazine‘s ‘Tastemakers’ for 2012. The list, compiled by editors Catherine Neville and Brandi Wills, features ‘the concepts that are driving our food scene forward and highlight the people, trends and places that are setting the bar for food and drink in St. Louis.’
Here’s what Feast had to say about Atomicdust:
“Food should have character. And in 2012, marketing agency Atomicdust added some noteworthy personality to the local scene. It gave Goshen Coffee a packaging makeover that has the brand standing out on shelves. According to Atomicdust’s blog: “Smaller coffee brands can seem elitist and exclusive. Coffee often is perceived as sophisticated, but we wanted to shake that up and make Goshen’s distinguished coffee appear bolder and more creative.” Goshen’s new bags of beans have made “Modern Rosie” by Canadian photographer Michaël Fournier the new face of this local brand.
And when Gerard Craft needed a signature look for his newest venture,Pastaria, he called on Atomicdust to do the job. The agency created a complete branding scheme with catchy phrases, midcentury family imagery and a logo using “hand-drawn, pasta-like” script that you’ll find on the restaurant’s menus, T-shirts, to-go boxes, website and more. Atomicdust has given great companies with great products a strong voice through great design.”
Read more about Feast Magazine‘s ‘Tastemakers’ here or pick up a free issue next time you’re out and about in St. Louis.