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Stunning Photography Paces the Way
Page after page of engaging, high-impact photography in TOUR Southern and Eastern Kentucky's visitor region guide shows the real essence of the best this area has to offer. Working closely with the TOUR SEKY staff, KSD designed this publication to be a bold and exciting invitation to experience the adventures of the region.
This free tourism guide focuses on five main areas of adventure — outdoors, music, agriculture, history and arts and crafts. The guidebook also offers adventure maps and potential itineraries for the casual traveler.
Working within a Larger Brand System for SCC
As part of the 16-school Kentucky Community & Technical College System, SCC's marketing materials need to dovetail with the system brand. Fonts, logos and colors are outlined by KCTCS' identity guidelines but otherwise schools are encouraged to create their own marketing materials that showcase their campuses, programs and unique strengths.
Interpreting Seattle's No. 3 Visitor Destination
The Lake Washington Ship Canal and Hiram M. Chittenden Locks doesn't sound like one of Seattle's top three visitor destinations alongside the Space Needle and Pike Place Market. Yet, this vital shipping lane and freshwater/saltwater barrier is just that. KSD researched on-site visitor traffic patterns, photographed site activity, illustrated comparative features and wrote text for this updated U.S. Army Corps of Engineers interpretive brochure.
Discovering Wines of Southern and Eastern Kentucky
Southern and Eastern Kentucky has cultivated a group of promising winemakers and the tourism development association for the region asked KSD to create a brochure to introduce and guide visitors to the region's flourishing vineyards. The goal was to introduce the unique qualities of Kentucky wine, and the people who make it, in an engaging and informative way.
Ballads of the Barefoot Mind
A two-year collaboration among artist, curator, designer and photographer yielded not only a collection of oversized oil paintings for a museum exhibition, but also an oversized foldout publication which included a music CD. The 21C Museum catalog wove the artist's lifelong connection with traditional ballads into a contemporary— if not dangerous — vision of the power these tales hold.