Wonder what we’ve been up to over the last few months? Check out some of our favorite recent projects, including building a brand for our new office space, deemed The Kitchen.
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The other night, a sponsored post caught my eye: get a logo designed using artificial intelligence! “Hmm.. how good could they be” I thought. It was time for a good ol’ fashioned competition.
Welcome to the first edition of Project Shoutout, where we share some of the good people and projects we’ve been working with over the past couple of months. This month’s edition includes work for The Creative Exchange, Toros Cantina, and Donovan’s Dish. Dive in!
Another year. Another trip down south – ok, more down south. For the 2nd year running, the MRC team made the 8 hour trek to Columbus, GA to take part in Creative South. A 3-day design conference that brings together working creatives in one small, beautiful historic theatre to talk shop.
The B word. What exactly is the B word? It has such a mysterious aura about it. Am I a B word? Is my look my B word? Is the way I talk my B word? Is the way people think of me my B word? Yes. Yes. Yes and yes.
This week at MRC we added a new book to our bookshelf. Showcasing the history of menu design since the 1800s, this book is packed cover-to-cover with inspiration.
Learn how branding played a crucial role in Netflix going from a nobody to a household name.
As a not-so-avid football fan, when the Super Bowl rolls around every February, I get hyped for one thing: the commercials! And this year didn’t disappoint. Enjoy the five ads that we’ve deemed the most memorable from 2018!
As most designers do, I’ve always enjoyed taking note of the little things that make a design in the wild good, great, or even invisible to the public. I’ve stressed the importance of good design to non-designers who although they appreciate my passion, just don’t seem to care as much as I do. However over the last month, the importance of good design has made its way into the media and it’s great to see people recognizing its importance.
This book concentrates on Walt Disney’s various visionary projects and collaborations, largely over the span of the 50s and 60s up until his untimely death in 1966. And man, it doesn’t disappoint. Let’s dig in.
The city of Raleigh unveiled it’s new logo, and shocker… people hated it! Well, not everyone. When we first saw the logo, we thought a few things.