The folks at Pipe & Tabor are a small group of artisans absolutely titillated by simple, yet powerful logos, and new solutions inspired by classical design elements. We also happen to share a deep love for all kinds of music, whether it is played on a pipe and tabor, or on a distorted Les Paul through a Marshall full stack amp. You’ll often hear what is currently perking our ears on our blog or tumblr page.Learn More
The best way to create something new, is to hit the books and consume as much history as possible. After we have a picture of what you’ve done in the past, we can help your company develop unique and sometimes unexpected ways of communicating your future.
When all that research and archaeology is done, we have a blueprint for fresh ideas. We simplify the most complex ideas into classic and timeless designs; ones that are more than just pretty faces, because we like our work to have brains.
This is the part where you do a jolly little jig, because we just successfully helped you pull off a pretty astounding piece of work. Go ahead and pat yourself on the back. You deserve it.
Pipe & Tabor, LLC had the joy of working with local electronic music artist DeeperNet on the music video for the first song off their new album "The Network." The track is called "Satori," and this provided us with the opportunity to really explore some experimental shooting ideas. We worked with shooting ink into water, blowing ink on wet paper, shooting found machines in motion, as well as unique ways to film...
Good things come to those that wait. Last year, Pipe & Tabor of Vancouver, Washington helped Seattle Children's Hospital out with one of their logo branding projects for their sub organization GAPPS. GCAPR helps to bring together the power of multiple organizations (March of Dimes, GAPPS, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, as well as...
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