We Chicagoans all already agree that this is the best city on earth, so why talk about that?
A passion project.
A series of Rube Goldburg inspired images produced for Cultivate’s Together Unstoppable campaign.
Art Direction: Emily Van Hoff
Photography: Melissa Morley
Set design / build: Emily Van Hoff & Melissa Morley
Model: Baby the Mouse
A collection of some favorite practice lettering made for instagram. Some are digital and some are analog.
A hand lettered and styled flatlay invitation for Cultivate’s open house party celebrating our move into a new space with friends, family, and clients.
Handlettering: Emily Van Hoff
These photos are part of a campaign that sought to hire for several in-demand positions at Ozinga, and celebrates blue collar trades.
The positions represented in these photos are concrete truck drivers, mechanics, and quality control technicians.
Creative Direction: Christ Pierik
Letter Fabrication: Illumivation
MUA and Prop Stylist: Katerina Papadatos
Laszlo Fosters is an instagram account documenting the cats that I (and my resident cat, Laszlo) foster through PAWS Chicago.
Logo and promo image for a brand and networking event at Cultivate.
Art Direction / Design / Hand Modeling: Emily Van Hoff
A collection of logos. Most of these are in use, and some have been sent to the logo graveyard but I love them anyway.
Many were designed in partnership with Cultivate
Photo series featured in Elegant Magazine
Art Direction / Prop Styling: Emily Van Hoff
HMUA: Sym Abrol
Styling: Jen Geronimo Smothers
Floral Arrangement: Blumgarten
Model: Gabija Guzauskaite
A new visual identity system for Faith Church based in Dyer, IN.
Designed in partnership with Cultivate
Fabric typography created for the 2012 annual report for The Steelcase Foundation, in partnership with Hyde Creative.
Updated visual identity for The Boxcar Children, a classic children’s book series. It needed to appeal to modern kids without alienating those nostalgic for the brand.
A collection of handlettered clutches, designed, sewn, and assembled by Emily for The &SO Collection.
Ooh La La
More or Less
That is Really Quite Something
You Can Say That Again