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3 Days in Paris

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Cards: 1,000
Tickets: 250
Menus: 250

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2 weeks

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From the same people who designed this gem, comes a slightly more avant garde epicurean design adventure. Crepes! The French really improved the pancake. CODO really improved 3 Day’s in Paris’ style.

3 Days in Paris is a wonderful new vendor inside the Indianapolis City Market! A regular in the Farmers’ Market scene, Colleen’s bringing her delicious crepes inside and wanted to invest in new branding and print collateral that was both “crepe-inspired” and “jaunty.”

That’s just the type of low hanging, delicious fruit CODO loves!!

Many more “3 Days in Paris” images on our site here.

Working mostly with nonprofits and folks in the food & beverage industry, we usually don’t have loads of money to spend on production. This forces us to do more with less and in this case, we were able to combine Kinko’s printing with a locally made Rubber Stamp for the loyalty program and use soy ink on locally printed business cards. The result is a fun, tactile identity that didn’t break the bank!

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CODO Studio: Isaac Arthur & Cody Fague



Faulkenberg Printing Co.
Indianapolis Rubber Stamp Co.
Kinko's Baby!

This post was published in the original layout of FPO so all images are smaller. Project descriptions as well as production lessons are quoted in the main content area.

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Lauren Dickens

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Lauren Dickens

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July 8, 2011


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