Updating a brand that is so loved is hard work. Updating a brand that represents the voices, style and vibrance of marginalized people and neighborhoods is even harder. This update was all about keeping the spirit of the Youth who founded this AFC enterprise while moving the brand forward for what's ahead! 
In addition to the cafe update, Breaking Bread Catering got its own look and assets for the different audiences it works with - while keeping it connected to its homegrown roots and connection with Breaking Bread Cafe. 
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*new logo to refresh an existing brand
GiveMN was ready to rework their logo for the Great Minnesota Day of Giving during one of the most challenging years any of us had ever seen. With a new look, new assets and renewed purpose –this new logo (in various colorways) went to organizations looking to raise the funds needed to continue their work. Minnesotans gave in record amount for the year. This logo was designed to be used for multiple years to come. 
*new logo to refresh an existing brand
Saint Paul Youth Services (now SPYS) was ready to change its look and deepen its commitment to the futures of Black Youth. We transformed their previous logo giving them something for the bold work and bold futures ahead. 
*new logo to refresh an existing brand
Dakota Child and Family Clinic (DCFC) is hard at work with patient care and community connections, so this was one thing they didn't have to think about. When remaking a logo, often times I stay true to the exact previous design - but this can also provide an opportunity to make small, meaningful changes, to give the logo a tiny facelift while providing what the organization need.
*polishing existing logo for better functionality
Appetite For Change had a logo near and dear to them, my job was to clean up the shapes and colors and provide all the necessary file types for them to use across a number of mediums.
*polishing existing logo for better functionality
Even with simple logos, having the correct file types is key to making the most out of your brand. My job here was to clean up some small imperfections in this logo and provide this client with the files + a new set of brand colors for their work.
*polishing existing logo for better functionality
This woodworking shop needed a simple refresh to a logo they already loved. Rather than be mistaken for a cool acoustic band or hoppin' brewery, Four Fields wanted people new to their brand to know they make custom furniture. 
*polished existing logo for more functionality
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