Five Atomicdust Projects Featured in AIGA STL Design Show
With the year drawing to a close, we’re excited to add a few more final awards to our digital trophy case.
This year, five Atomicdust projects were featured in AIGA St. Louis’ annual Design Show. AIGA, founded as the American Institute of Graphic Arts, is the oldest and largest professional organization for design—and for 25 years, the local juried show has celebrated and displayed the best work of St. Louis agencies, professional designers and students.
And while the pandemic prevented the organization from hosting an in-person event this year, honorees and St. Louis creatives gathered at a virtual opening to see winning work hung in a VR-style gallery. You can explore the gallery here.
Atomicdust’s featured projects this year represent branding and web design work for both B2B and B2C companies, as well as an environmental graphics project. Keep scrolling to see our selected work:
City Foundry STL Website Design
The website we designed for City Foundry STL brings the energy and the history of the city, and is flexible enough to work throughout the development’s construction, opening day and beyond.
Ron Rubin Website Design
We gave Ron Rubin Wines structure and a cohesive brand story with a new website, housing the three distinct lines: Ron Rubin Wines, River Road Vineyards and The Republic of Tea Bottled Teas.
Recess Environmental Graphics
With a 100,000 square-foot warehouse as its temporary first location, we designed the environmental graphics for Recess to be easy to transport and big enough to make the cavernous space feel full.
Jim McKelvey Website Design
Jim McKelvey is best known for turning retail and e-commerce on its side when he co-founded Square. So when he asked us to create his website, we turned web design on its side with a horizontal scroll.
Curate is a Saas platform that helps florists and even professions run their business more smoothly. We gave the company a unique brand identity with a fresh color palette, modern florals and ownable brand language.
Thanks to AIGA St. Louis for creating an innovative way for the St. Louis design community to come together and celebrate, and congrats to the teams at City Foundry, Ron Rubin Wines, Recess, Jim McKelvey and Curate.
We’re looking forward to more winning projects together in 2021 and beyond.