Dan Kirk is a Burlington, Vermont web design and production guy who specializes in Squarespace. Dan has a radio show on WRUV 90.1 FM in Burlington and he often takes pictures with his phone. He collaborates on logo design, explainer videos, apparel and more.
Stitchdown Farm // Bethel, VT - Website
Stitchdown Farm grows nutrient dense flowers with their hands, horses, and tractor. Andrew Plotsky is one of the farm's principals and a fantastic designer in his own right. Andrew created the layout of the site's feel, colors, fonts, and 44 Degrees North made it into a website.
Cycle Inn // Harbor Springs, MI - Logo Design and Business Card
A collaboration with Nate Kirschner to create a rustic and old-school-yet-modern design for a logo and business card for Cycle Inn, a cyclist-friendly bed and breakfast in Michigan. To see the contact sheet for the business card and another logo mockup, click here.
Greylaine Farm // Charlotte, VT - Logo Design
Logo for a farm specializing in pasture-raised meats. Collaboration with a graphic designer and two artists to create a final logo that elicits a modern but cozy feel.
Everest Farm - Addison, VT // Logo Design
Everest Farm is a historic farm property that went up for sale in 2015. To complement the sale process, the sellers wanted to create a comprehensive website showcasing the property and surrounding area. We used imagery from historical farm books and collaborated with Psychic Paper of Burlington to create the crest-like logo.
ShareVermont // Burlington, VT - Logo Design
ShareVermont was a multi-farm CSA ahead of its time that aimed to give access to fresh organic food to people in the greater New England area. Although no longer in business, ShareVermont was a vision that we wanted to echo in the hand-drawn logo. This sketch was ink-and-paper colored with colored pencil then digitized.
The LocalPost // Bend, OR - Logo Design
The LocalPost was a neighborhood-based email list group that aimed to help citizens of Bend, Oregon engage with their neighborhood. In a collaboration with Nate Kirschner, this neighborhood-y logo was born.