Archive for Branding

GCAPR website for Seattle Children’s Hospital launches!

Posted August 7, 2015

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…

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Amspacher-Lewis CPAs becomes Lewis Group CPAs with new branding and website

Posted February 7, 2015

We recently helped local accounting firm Amspacher-Lewis CPAs update their logo design brand to reflect their recent changes, becoming the Lewis Group CPAs. This included a recent move to 1800 F Street in Vancouver, Washington, as well as staffing changes. It’s the same great group of people, but in a more relaxed atmosphere, and with…

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New logo identity for a new organization within Seattle Children’s Hospital: GCAPR

Posted August 28, 2014

Pipe & Tabor recently had the privilege of working on the brand identity for the new initiative within GAPPS (Global Alliance to Prevent Premature Births, which is an initiative within Seattle Children’s Hospital) called G-CAPR (Global Coalition to Advance Preterm Birth Research). The founding members are GAPPS, The March of Dimes, The Bill & Melinda Gates…

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Whitworth University 125th Anniversary logo helps Whitworth celebrate and kick off their new campaign!

Posted July 23, 2014

One of the greatest privileges of my career, was being able to help create the institutional logo for my alma mater Whitworth University (College then) while I was working at Klundt Hosmer. Forward some 15+ years later, we were honored to work with Whitworth on their new campaign and 125th Anniversary logo to celebrate their…

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Roosevelt Dental of Seattle, Washington has a new website and print collateral!

Posted July 17, 2014

Some projects take awhile to fully come together. This one has been many many years in the making. We helped brand and launch the original website for Roosevelt Dental back when phones were not ‘smart’, and Frames and Flash were still cool (neither of which were used originally). Roosevelt Dental Center of Seattle, Washington has…

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We’ve got Spirit, yes we do, we’ve got Spirit, how about….

Posted November 21, 2013

We’ve been wanting to work with our friends from Spirit Media for a long time now, and we finally got our long awaited chance! The design started with a thorough interview process of their clients to gain a better understanding of what makes them unique and do so well at their particular niche. Spirit Media is…

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Things are Fresh for Mary’s Harvest

Posted June 13, 2012

A completely new brand for Mary’s Harvest Fresh Foods… a new company based on a deeply rooted concept. While creating this brand, we made sure to focus on the reason behind this brand, Mary. Her pioneering spirit and focus on family, served as an inspiration for this company and the overall brand. And 70 years…

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Posted December 20, 2011

Pipe & Tabor recently assisted bike enthusiast Adam Clement with his new product website launch for his RetroShift product. For those in the Cyclo-cross field, this is a huge development in the ease of shifting, while remaining bullet proof in the elements and still being affordable. He’s already getting tons of great press for…

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Interior Designer Amy Troute

Posted November 10, 2011

One of our most recent projects which was for Portland’s most stylish interior designer Amy Troute. We created her business cards and designed and developed her website. See her fine skills at          

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Branding for the Inland NW Rail Museum

Posted July 11, 2011

The Inland NW Rail Museum is devoted to the railroad history of Eastern Washington and are currently building a new museum in Reardan, WA. In building this new museum, they decided they wanted to brand their company. We were ecstatic about this new project, and put our brains together as we searched for the right…

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