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The new brand identity includes background textures of plants

As Ted evolved the design he refined the icon creating a very minimalist symbol vaguely reminiscent of the icons of luxury brands like Givenchy, Fendi or Gucci – brands that often use monograms. Ted also developed a color palette of darker hues with an emphasis on green as the primary color (an obvious reference to the cannabis plant). Additionally, he used gold foil to impart sophistication and richness to the brand’s visual style. The image of the green hills was ultimately removed from the inside of the icon. Instead, he used a background pattern of cannabis leafs and featured this pattern across the many brand touchpoints, giving the brand a very nice sense of consistency.

A voracious autodidact, Ted has channeled his interest and natural talent in photography, arts and design into a very successful career as a branding professional that started when he taught himself how to work on a Mac the year after it was introduced. During his career, Ted has worked at several advertising and branding agencies, including a stint as a Creative Director at Liquid Agency in San Jose, where he worked closely with Alfredo Muccino. Ted has worked on branding projects for many large global companies such as Alcatel/Lucent, Apple, Aveda, Cisco, McAfee, Microsoft, Norton, Plantronics, Rambus, and others. He has done quite a bit of work with cannabis companies, but he has also done branding and design work for RW Garcia, Martinelli’s, Purple Frost Genetics, Santa Cruz Works, The Arts Council of Santa Cruz, The Santa Cruz Design & Innovation Center, and the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History.

LET’s celebrate the plant

DISCLAIMER
The work featured in this article was designed by Ted Holladay as an independent creative consultant for another agency. The work shown is representative of the caliber of design that Solid Branding can deliver, however this particular assignment was not run as a Solid Branding project.

Ted Holladay is passionate about building brands through design

Gifted Grower wanted to make the product the essence of its brand

Many of us grew up during a time when “cannabis” was called “weed”, and the people who smoked it were called “stoners”. Today, things are very different. Cannabis has been legalized in several states in the US, spawning a multi-billion dollar industry. We’re seeing a proliferation of brands, each with product extensions that includes vapes, edibles, oils, and more. Cannabis is no longer taboo, and cannabis companies are realizing that branding is important in order to to stand out in a space that is increasingly more crowded and appeal to an affluent and sophisticated demographic.