Sep 6, 2016
May 11, 2016
Mar 11, 2016
Sciessent wanted to announce it's Active product- a silver based odor control finish- by way of direct mail. Bohoy Design packaged up a toy silver duck in silver shred with a "squeaky clean" information card to be sent to potential clients. Quack quack.
Bohoy Design believes that libraries are important institutions that need support. Besides their volunteer donations of time and effort, they design pro-bono "Friends" newsletters to be sent to patrons of the Beverly Farms Library. Featured are: Spring- the annual Dog Beauty Contest, Summer- the Library Lawn Party, Holiday- the Nutcracker Tea, and Winter.
May 5, 2015
Bohoy Design created this full page ad featuring member's tasty products and services. Colors incorporate their logo, brand and earthy nature of the products.
Mar 11, 2015
Our whimsical illustration did just that.
Sep 26, 2013
The paintings exhibited along with a video presentation were inspired by the experience, and often ‘behind the scenes’ view of the arts that are Cuba.
Mar 7, 2013
Nov 12, 2012
We designed simple wraps for her standard containers utilizing her desired brand colors and image.
She made the New York Times!
Nov 7, 2012
The compelling story is told in the book "Deacon's Crossbow"
BOHOY DESIGN was commissioned to design the cover and utilized a haunting cross of light to depict the subject.
Aug 29, 2012
May 31, 2012
Oct 25, 2011
Sep 13, 2011
He's been whipping them up in copper bowls since he was 14 on l'ile de Re on the coast of France. Now a world class chef, he decided to share his expertise and package up his wonderful no fail soufflés for the masses.
Bohoy Design created his "mischievous" logo and designed the packages for 5 flavors- from sweet to savory. His soufflés rise and Bohoy Design rose to the occasion.
A perfect recipe.
May 5, 2011
Jan 26, 2011
My Grandma's of New England needed a snowflake to put on their holiday coffee cake tins but couldn't find one that would work, so Bohoy Design created one.
Simple- but not so simple.
Jan 1, 2011
Oct 25, 2010
Bohoy Design designed their logo/ID that was then placed on the most important tool of their business-- moving boxes.
That helped put them on the move.
Sep 16, 2010
Aug 18, 2010
and packaged to get into the marketplace. It did the job.
These colorful, windowed boxes reflect what's inside- pure tropical indulgence.
Jun 30, 2010
Apr 15, 2010
But you can keep 'em for the birds and bees
Now give me money, (that's what I want) that's what I want."
Song by Barry Gordy and Janie Bradford for Motown
With money in mind BOHOY DESIGN recently designed a brochure for private wealth management firm Welch & Forbes utilizing their established identity and traditional values of steadfastness, trustworthiness, and accessibility.
Mar 17, 2010
breaking new ground in the field of cancer care.
BOHOY DESIGN developed a logo, and web banner identity for
their STAR (Survivorship Training and Rehab) products, developed
by Julie Silver, M.D., that provide facilities and clinicians with
tools and programs to deliver oncology rehabilitation care.
Jan 20, 2010
Oct 14, 2009
Sometimes no color is best.
To introduce a new "anti stink" product for Agion Active, BOHOY DESIGN recently developed a striking black & white ad campaign that utilized the ultimate stinker- a skunk- to get the message across. Black & white was used not only to best represent the image, but also to stand out from all of the color in the magazines.
Sep 24, 2009
Were you a flower child of the 60s?
A beatnik in the 50s?
A "Madonna" in the 80s...?
We designed an alumni development donor piece for Clark University that took them back 'to the day' utilizing photos from various college years, up to the present, to invoke the theme "Remember Clark."
Aug 18, 2009
"It weaves together the narrative derived from about 100 interviews with Maine's farmers, gardeners, fisherfolk, and local food advocates. The picture that emerges reveals how small family farming in Maine has developed into an integrated ecological, economic, educational, political, philosophical, and community building phenomenon. It shows how the local food community can help to bring healing to the earth, healthful food to our tables, sanity to our economics, sustainable prosperity to our communities, and a peaceable lifestyle to humanity." Amazon description