Print Design

Didlake

Didlake is a non-profit organization based in Northern Virginia that creates education, employment, and enrichment opportunities for those with disabilities. When Didlake approached Outer Banks Media for a re-branding project, organization was at the forefront of its development. We created a custom designed website with ease of navigation in mind. The website is designed to […]

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Elizabeth R + Co

Outer Banks Media created traditional printed posters and postcards for the Elizabeth R & Co. Annual Rendezvous. Our client aimed to boost fundraising for their annual charity event and increase attendance. High quality and tangible marketing helped to effectively reach local audiences, bringing in more donors. Printed marketing set the organization a part in a […]

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Mad Hatter Vintage

As a brand new business looking to break into the wedding rental market, Mad Hatter Vintage Rentals was in need of a stylish, eye-catching brand and a functional, easy-to-use website. Business owner Kristina had an idea of the style and look she wanted, and turned to Outer Banks Media to execute her vision, which came […]

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Eastside

The owner of Eastside in Duck, NC approached Outer Banks Media for help in developing the brand image of his new restaurant. A departure from the typical local seafood restaurants, Eastside is a hip spot with a creative, eclectic menu and decidedly sophisticated vibe. Outer Banks Media provided an on-trend yet classic logo, signage for […]

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Evy’s Tree

Outer Banks Media’s Creative Director, Brooke, has been working with Evy’s Tree since the company started back in 2010. At that time, Brooke was designing their first logo and Evy’s Tree was a tiny mom-owned business selling hoodies on Etsy and operating out of a garage. Fast forward to today; Evy’s Tree has grown: still […]

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Far Out Foods

Far Out Foods asked Outer Banks Media to help create a comprehensive brand identity and packaging for their cult favorite house-made pimiento cheese. With a name that conjures visions of 60’s hippies, OBX Media took that vibe and ran with it, creating characters and color palettes for each of the 3 flavors. Each package label […]

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Scarborough Faire

Outer Banks Media was approached by Scarborough Faire, a unique shopping center located in Duck, NC, to help refresh the look of their brand and website. The original logo had been around since the shopping center opened in the 1980’s, so it was important to take the long-standing brand image into account when working on […]

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Ocracoke Civic and Business Association Map

In 2017, Outer Banks Media was approached by the Ocracoke Civic and Business Association to assist with a redesign of their annual walking map brochure. A 7-panel folded print piece, the brochure featured a comprehensive business directory along with a detailed map of the island’s landmarks, businesses and roads. OBX Media developed a color-coded map […]

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Urban Cottage

Urban Cottage tapped Outer Banks Media to assist in revamping their brand identity. A long standing Outer Banks business, Urban Cottage needed an updated logo that was still in keeping with the look of their established brand. With a more modern and streamlined vector style, updated fonts and colors, the new identity was a refreshing […]

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