The United States Adaptive Recreation Center was founded in 1983 (as California Handicapped Skiers) to ensure that access to skiing is available to people with all types of disabilities. The USARC believes people are empowered when they undertake and succeed at challenging outdoor recreation. In 1989, the USARC established the first full-time on-site adaptive ski school in Southern California at Bear Mountain Resort. Adaptive watersports and summer camping programs were added in 1993, and continue to evolve today.
For over a decade Stonepier has worked on a Pro Bono basis creating not only the USARC brand, but support logos for various events and programs.
Logo developed to re-brand On Track Karting in conjunction with a new web site. Stay tuned…
A new Irish pub located in Wheaton, MD approached Stonepier to design a logo for them that ties strongly with the heritage of its namesake Limerick, Ireland.
Packages designed for retail sales environment.
Site created for Akvinta Vodka’s foray into the US market. Unfortunately, their experience in the states was short-lived and sordid, but the site looked great while it lasted.
Website created for Strictly Dirt a full-service parts and repair powerhouse for motorcycles and quads located in Canton, Connecticut. The are there for repair, maintenance or performance needs.
Strictly Dirt has built a solid reputation of a knowledgeable staff, top-notch customer service, a wide array of motorcycle parts and accessories, unparalleled motorcycle diagnosis and repair. It has earned, and continues to earn, countless accolades from the online and local community.
Engaging website for Terry Walters, author of Eat Clean. Site utilized extensive CMS capabilities with blog, recipes, calendar, images and video.
Product catalog created to showcase a line of hand tool for the MegaBRITE brand from Innovative Concepts Corporation. Primary use was as a sales tool to buyers of retail chains.
A series of ads were created for Kodak Polychrome Graphics to target the product in different trade publications. The specific industry application was mocked-up and shot to appeal to the viewer whether is be traditional printing, packaging, flexography, etc…
The idea behind this package was to show the strength and toughness of diamond-plate in the package and through the name. The colors are meant to play off the Wiremold brand color (yellow) and a warm earthy black. The package was printed in two-colors. Consideration had to be made for containing a 6 foot cord and easy loading at the factory.