Sol Taco
Terrasse
297th
Tupperware
Alpha Dumpster






Hi there, my name is Allie. I am a graphic designer & recent college grad currently residing in good old Kansas City, Missouri. I am slowly coming to terms with becoming a real life ‘adult’.

Mark

Sol Taco

︎ Branding / Packaging


          
Sol Taco is a Mexican restaurant as on the go as you always are. Sticking by their old school recipes, Sol Taco has been bringing authentic street tacos to the good people of Austin, Texas for generations. Dinner should be fun. Whether you’re on the go or here to stay a while – Sol Taco is here for you.










Mark

Terrasse Winery

︎ Branding / Packaging



Good company deserves good food, and good food deserves excellent wine. No one dines quite like the French. A highly cultivated street food culture has normalized the pairing of fine wine with the seemingly mundane. French terraces exist as the stage for fine dining experiences to casual cheers alike. We source our grapes from organically farmed vineyards around the world to meet you on your Terrasse; wherever that may be.











Mark

297th Photo Z

︎ Print Design
         


Two Hundred Ninety Seventh is a collaborative photo zine documenting the annual passage of October 24th. This date, the 297th day of the year, has come to represent a day of reflection on all things past, things present, and good things yet to come.
Film photography by Liam Hogan.











Mark

Tupperware

︎ Typography

          


Tupperware is a sans serif display typeface inspired by the contrast of sharp angles and curved letterforms. It is low contrast, making it highly legible for use as both body and title copy. The tight kerning and versatility of this bespoke typeface inspired its unusual name; Tupperware.



Mark

Alpha Dumpster

︎ Branding 
         


Alpha Dumpster celebrates the chaos found within the contents of a dumpster. We are here to help pick up the pieces; bringing organization to your move, home renovation, or tear down. By easing the sorting process, we are able to recycle and reuse more material per bin than any other company in the Bay Area.




Mark