Design

Design, Judaism

JOC Poster Design

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I had the privilege to design a poster for the Jewish Multiracial Network’s 2nd National Jews of Color Convening.  JMN’s website describes the event:

The 2nd JOCC, sponsored by the Jews of Color Field Building Grant, is an initiative by Jews of Color and for Jews of Color and their families to wage strategic impact upon the Jewish community far and wide. It builds on the networking success of the 1st JOCC of May 2016, and accepts its challenge to foster deeper connections among JOCs, even as we forge concrete paths for greater equity and opportunity.

Design, Press

Ohiso Rebrands Callicoon Farmers' Market

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New look, new outlook. The Sullivan County Area Farmers' Market wanted to be rebranded as the Callicoon Farmers' Market without losing their customers' positive association with the market.

The look was to be close to the previous branding while giving it a fresh perspective.

Our rebranding consisted of an updated logo, new website, new email marketing, updated print materials and social media management.

Design

OhisoTM Designs Tavern Trail Branding

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Ellie Ohiso designed the branding for Orange County's 2016 Historic Tavern Trail Series. Orange County is promoting links between history, tourism, and economic development through this series of "Tavern Trail" happy hour and dinner events.  On the last Friday of each month from April through October, between 5:30 P.M. and 7:00 P.M., the public is invited to join history enthusiasts and professionals at a different historic eateries for friendly discussion of local history.  Visit tavern trail Facebook page for more info.

Design

Beekman Boys' Good -Grammer September Artist

 Beards Are Timless  Mixed-media on wood  2015

Beards Are Timless

Mixed-media on wood

2015

 

Thank you to the Beekman 1802 Boys for selecting Akira Ohiso as September's artist feature in their Good (Insta)Grammer Project.

Brent and Josh were one of the first to support us when we began Green Door Magazine, appearing in our second issue in Fall 2011. 

Make sure to take a worthwhile trip up to Sharon Springs, New York this fall to visit the Sharon Spring Harvest Festival on Sept 19 & 20

 

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