And the alternate butter concept execution.
This is one of those props we wish we could say we thought up. That credit goes to Randi Klett and the team at IEEE Spectrum. When they called and asked if we could make the horse happen, we jumped at the chance.
Here’s some progress pictures of the horse in the making. Half way through we decided the head was wrong so he got decapitated and a new head went on.
Austin based agency the Butler Bros just wrapped up a full overhaul on iconic Texas craft brewer Real Ale and it looks amazing! If you know Texas and craft beer, you’ll understand why it was such an honor to be asked to photograph the redesigned lineup. Real Ale beers, like breakfast tacos, are a staple of these parts. We have been fans for years and the red head of our duo may have tried to talk a tattoo artist into incorporating a Fireman’s 4 logo into a half sleeve design in the past… maybe.
The beer is award winning and now so is the branding. Way to go Butler Bros. Cheers to all. Now go get some of this beer (if you live in Texas. They are sticklers for quality and refuse to ship it out of the state. Ever.)
We’re excited to announce that we have partnered with Erica Chadwick and Joe Lombardo of ETC. Creative for commercial representation. Can’t wait to see what the future holds, but we’re sure it will be a fun ride.
And yes, we’re now The Voorhes, but please still call us Adam and Robin.
Wow. 75% of the world’s prescription drugs are consumed by the U.S.
Image made for Texas Medicine Magazine.
Balloons for a story on depression.
And a heart made of heart healthy items. Yay wine and chocolate!
For an article in Details magazine about Weight Watchers being the gold standard of weightloss programs, we settled on one loose concept. A gold fork that obviously stood out from the other flatware. However, when it came to exicuting the idea, we could not settle on one treatment, so we did three. The magazine ultimately went with the first image, but we were pretty big fans of the outtakes.
It’s been a long road but we’re excited to say that Adam’s book is officially out! Huge thanks to everyone who helped make this a reality. We are completely floored by the attention and press the book has received, but more importantly, the renewed interest in this incredibly rare and scientifically valuable collection. In the past couple weeks we have been contacted by professors from across the country who have shed more light on the history of this collection. We are hopeful that the release of this book will reunite the collection with records and information that can be utilized in the future to help answer questions about our body’s most mysterious organ. A small gallery from the book is available on our website.
We’ll post updates in the future, but for now, here are links to just some of the press so far.