Soda City Sewing

We love helping local businesses create their identities! Bayne, owner of Soda City Sewing, uses this logo on her website, etsy site, clothes tags and stationery. A little about Soda City Sewing: At Soda City Sewing, you’ll find Appliquéd and Monogrammed Children’s Clothes, Accessories for Baby, and great Personalized Gifts. Need an awesome gift? Head on over: sodacitysewing.com

SC Spinal Cord Injury Association

The SCSCIA wanted to refresh its logo and branding. black&hue met with the Executive Director as well as other board members to listen to their needs, wants and concerns about the new branding. There were delighted with their new association logo and began creating new print publications to carry the logo and help the gain community awareness. 

They also needed program specific logos for their conference and support groups. The Executive Director had a vision of motion for names she'd chosen. We began designing the logos for Breeze Support Group and WIND Conference and the supporting print materials.

Grey Dog Group

A returning client of ours, Heidi, was ready to launch her own business. Since she had worked with black&hue for many years, we were thrilled when she asked us to help her develop her new business identity. Heidi wanted us to include her schnauzer as well as have a clean, easily identifiable logo. She is successfully doing what she does best, writing. Visit  Grey Dog Group

able sc

While black&hue did not design the 'able' logo, we have worked closely with Able SC to design many of their campaign and event logos. 

The Advocacy Day logo was used in 2014 at the State House for a rally to promote Access and Independence for all. In addition to all the rally supporters, many SC state and local leaders were in attendance to show their support.

"Proyecto de Inclusión para las Personas con Discapacidad" : black&hue was honored to help with such a noble effort by creating the logo that will be used on materials to further this effort in the Dominican Republic! We designed several logo options and submitted them, via Able SC, to the organizations in the D.R. so that we could work together to create what would best represent their efforts. Learn more about this awesome effort. 

Fundable is an annual fundraiser and gala held in November. If you are ready to have a great time and support a wonderful cause, join in on the fun at the annual Gala!

EQUIP was a fun logo to design. This is a program from young adults, led by young adults, with disabilities. We wanted to make the logo youthful and energetic while clearly showing that this was a series about open communication to help them plan for their future. 

Mapping Your Future is an ongoing transitional conference where youth can plan for their life after high school, which involves going to college, getting a job, or becoming an active community member.

Find out more about Able SC's programs and how they can help you: able-sc.org

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Columbia

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Columbia is the local chapter that helps children reach their potential through one-to-one relationships with mentors that have a measurable impact on youth.

They asked us to help them Start SomethingTM and we gladly said "Yes!" We have been helping them with their campaign and social materials to help raise money and further their mission. After all, we love being a part of something bigger that will help children succeed!

We have created campaign logos and collateral materials for:

  • Dr. Andrew Sorensen Memorial Annual Bow Tie Run
  • Big Summer: 60 days to help change the life of a child
  • the Jegna Campaign with local Bigs

We have created social materials such as:

  • The Big Picture quarterly newsletter
  • Open House Fundraising Postcards
  • Volunteer Reception Postcards

So, if you are also inspired to Start SomethingTM with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Columbia, go ahead and visit their website to see how you can help! www.bbbsgc.org

SC Shalom Art Project

Lyssa Harvey, local Art & Play Therapist and Artist asked black&hue to help her with the SC Shalom Art Project. The idea was for groups to paint a mural that would then be donated to a community charity. black&hue worked closely with Lyssa to develop the logo, themes for the paneled paintings and the templates for each painting. 

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This is an excerpt from Lyssa's website:

South Carolina Shalom Project

Beautiful murals painted by your group and donated to a community charity.

Shalom means “peace” but it means so much more; wholeness, fullness, completion, integrity, healing, healthy, harmony, tranquility, loving and being loved, forgiveness and reconciliation. Shalom means the Totality of Well-being.