rtt_screenshotrtt_bizcardsfront_finalWe recently worked on an identity project for a local Thai caterer / culinary take-out whiz goddess, Lhaow Frailey. Rim Taang Thai is a delicious expression of her homeland, the Isaan region of Thailand. For this project, we worked with Lhaow to create a logo and and photography story. See more of our identity projects here.

Lemon Street Market

We are so proud of our work with our favorite provider of healthy good things: Lemon Street Market. Humanely raised anything, non-GMO, Sustainable, fair-wage, good for humans – Lemon Street’s got you covered. Plus, owner Trish Haverstick thinks like us. She loves Lancaster and our local economy and does everything she can to help build a better community. Our work with Lemon Street started with designing counter signs, menus and shelf-talkers (yes, that is an actual retail term). And one of our proudest bits of marketing was creating a Lemon Street Market Artbike for the store. We collaborated with Trish, Chris and Jason from the Common Wheel and students from PCA+D. Learn more about that project here.

Below are some photos of our ongoing design work for Lemon Street Market. lemonst-1 lemonst-9 lemonst-10 lemonst-15 lemonst-16 lemonst-17 lemonst-18 lemonst-23 lemonstbike-4 lemonstbike-8 lemonstbike-12 lemonstbike-17

The Home Stage

Jessica Todd Harper, The Home Stage Modern Art is so honored to have designed Jessica Todd Harper's recent book, The Home Stage (out this November from Damiani).

Her photographs are so beautiful, its no wonder Vogue deemed this book "A coffee table book you need now."

And the most exciting part? Well, having a photo of you and your child  in a book that someone at Vogue deemed "a coffee table book you need now." (see below)




Join the Tasteful Gentleman for Artful Dining at Modern Art

TastefulGentlemanInvitesYouThe tasteful gentleman is looking for that someone special to accompany him to Modern Art's ARTFUL DINING: A Benefit for the Lancaster Museum of Art. Won't you join him (and us)? We'll be filling our walls with our artwork, as well as the the amazing woodcuts  of Tugboat Print Shop (all the way from Pittburgh), and local favorite My Aunt Debbie;  filling our bar  (and the Mona Lisa) with wine, beer and tequila, stocking our paint tables with the amazing food of the Scarlet Runner, and pumping up the tunes in case the tasteful gentleman asks you to dance.

Here's all the other important info:

FRIDAY, October 17, 6-9 pm @Modern Art (529 W. Chestnut St, 17603) $45/person (includes food, dink and revelry)

To rsvp, call 717-394-3497 or email



Thank you to all the kind messengers who have delivered our very important messages about town recently. The confidential, urgent nature of the content required swift, discreet and reliable carriers. To all of you who accepted this challenge, we are forever grateful. photo 3

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PEDGMusselsWorking with the great photographer,  JSugar, and the great model/designer Mussels makes for a fab photo shoot.