Paperlet, a project LONG in the works (we worked on it over a year ago) but was kept under wraps until now has officially been launched by the Paperlet team and we are excited to unveil our creative to the masses.
On Thursday, November 8th, BBG helped launch the brand for Andie K: Wearable Art. We’ve put a lot into this brand, and after months of designing and planning; Andie K introduced their line of necklaces and bracelets to friends and guests. Response was fantastic and Bright Bright Great is currently working on Phase 2, the Andie K full web experience.
“I would like to thank the entire Bright Bright Great team for making the launch of Andie K such a success. The launch went flawlessly, in large part due to BBG’s creativity, tenacity, and roll-up-your-sleeves attitude. Compliments have been pouring in from our guests about Andie K’s ‘unique, fresh, and crisp’ branding. I’m anxious and excited to turn to the next stage of our collaboration.
Check out Bright Bright Great’s new summer design talent, Drew Rios! Hey dude.
Made in Florida
Drew Rios is fourth-year student from Ringling College of Art & Design earning his BFA in Graphic and Interactive Communication. A lover of awesome design, hot type, heavy metal/electro mash-ups. Drew hopes of starting his own studio someday and has come to BBG to learn the in’s and out’s of the design business. Not to mention seek refuge from 100 degree Florida weather.
Working in print design, motion design, branding, and Interactive design, Drew has worked with many small bands and companies to big names such as Nike and Universal Music Records.
Interesting Fact: Drew drinks about x3.7 as much soda as Jason.