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A wordmark and logo for a restaurant that would campaign for the environmental and economic importance of bees as crop pollinators. The wordmark, set in two shades of silver, uses the typeface Powell (Mono), which was photocopied from American Metal Typefaces of the Twentieth Century and then vectorized. The logo is a pair of bee wings without their bee.

The marks were applied to honey jars, a candle, and a glass water bottle. A swarming floral pattern was created for linens.