One of the most frequent questions I get about bakery operations is "who does your social media?" - that's me, Rachel, I also designed the Montclair Bread Company logo. Most of the promotional artwork is designed by me, one of the creative retail team members or event staff or my 13 year old daughter, Josie (she created the Gunkin' Doughnuts logo).
When the idea for Rabble Rise Doughnuts came to be, before it even had a name, I reached out to one of my dearest friends, Katie Eva. Mostly because she makes me laugh but I also know how incredibly talented she is. I asked her if her team could work on the project.
Then I met Eva and the rest of the brilliant women @brandsisters. For the first time I was able to get help with all the things and take my "look" to the next level. They created something that was so representative of me and my bakery, I couldn't believe it. Maybe it was my suggestions of Andy Warhol meets Sex Pistols meets Tim Burton or maybe they just got me. Sometimes you need someone who isn't living in the dough to see through the clouds of flour for you - these women did just that.
In addition to Brandsisters, I worked @robinmc. Robin took all the doughnut photos and Sue styled them for the shoot.
The fun doughnut illustration/cityscape, pictured here, was created by local illustrator, @Sophie_leigh_fisher
Thank you @brandsisters : Katie, Eva, Beth, Sarah (she made these fun gifs) & Kris!!!
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