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Sterling Vineyards Label Illustrated by Steven Noble

By |December 13th, 2013|Syndicated Content|

In 2012, Diageo presented Steven Noble and Hatch Design with the opportunity to rebrand their incredibly successful winery, Sterling Vineyards. We both took a look back and discovered a beautiful SV monogram that, while an integral part of their past, had never been used externally or on any packaging. Steven Noble redrew the SV monogram […]

Tavern on the Green Logo Identity by Steven Noble

By |December 13th, 2013|Syndicated Content|

For their reboot of Tavern on the Green, owners Jim Caiola and David Salama wanted Steven Noble to create a logo that felt contemporary while still referencing the restaurant’s storied past. The logo will be used throughout the restaurant on menus and business cards, as well as on the restaurant’s famous red awnings through how […]

BIO – Steven Noble Interview :: Ascender, July 2012

By |November 10th, 2012|Uncategorized|

Interview with Steven Noble “A good logo will transcend time. When it’s done right, people will experience it and identity with it over and over again…” Steven Noble has been called the hardest working man in illustration. And given his massive portfolio—which includes thousands of projects completed over nearly two decades—we’d have to agree. In [...]

University Of Colorado Hospital Map Illustrations: Old World Map Illustrations of the Human Body…

By |October 12th, 2012|Syndicated Content|

Cactus Marketing Communications and Steven Noble worked over the course of a month to create these illustrations to represent 4 different parts of the human anatomy that includes Cardiology, Endocrinology, Neurology, and Oncology for the University of Colorado Hospital. The maps simulate the different shapes of the human organs such as the lungs, heart, brain, […]

Short Mountain Shine Whiskey

By |July 12th, 2012|Syndicated Content|

Short Mountain Distillery collaborated with Steven Noble in October of 2011 to create an illustration for their new moonshine labels that includes a one color and b/w label illustration in a scratchboard woodcut style. The illustration includes a scene with two men distilling moonshine with a landscape scene with corn fields in the background under […]

Shock Top Seasonal Collection…

By |July 12th, 2012|Syndicated Content|

These new packaging labels that include Lemon Shandy and Pumpkin Wheat were designed by Deutsch Design Works in San Francisco and illustrated by Steven Noble in a scratchboard woodcut style. They were inspired by English pub signs, with their combination of classic typography and wacky imagery, this seasonal beer from Anheuser-Busch has a lot of […]

Kraken Rum Advertising Animation Spots…

By |March 6th, 2012|Syndicated Content|

Kraken Rum just released three new advertising spots that will be aired during the ESPN March Madness that includes “Existence,” Strength” and Survival” with can be view in the following links: Existence: http://www.krakenrum.com/movie/6 Strength: http://www.krakenrum.com/movie/7 Survival: http://www.krakenrum.com/movie/8 The Design firm, Dead As We Know It, along with illustrator, Steven Noble, and animator, Adam Gault Studio, […]

Got Milk Redesign…

By |January 18th, 2012|Uncategorized|

Silk Tricky commissioned Steven Noble to illustrate five new logos for the new redesigned “Got Milk” website and commercial national TV spots. The old fashioned style woodcuts were used on the original glass milk bottles from the 30′s and 40′s. Leveraging the awesome 3D and Motion work Silk is known for, combined with their smooth [...]

“Playing Gin” St. George Spirits is at it again…

By |September 8th, 2011|Uncategorized|

Lance Winters along with the team at St. George Spirits collaborated with Steven Noble and Juli Shore Design to create three new original Gin labels: Terroir, Botanivore, and Dry Rye. To showcase how distinctive and expressive gin can be, St. George Spirits distiller Lance Winters has created a brand-new liquid triptych with three distinctive variations: [...]