What We've Been Up To
Brewed to celebrate the new Star Wars movie, the resulting can design is simply blazing.
Limited edition holiday cards let us celebrate Pittsburgh's beer with custom illustrations and witty well-wishes.
Reuben's Double Hazy IPA called for a design so eye-catching that it would even catch the eyes that we drew on the can – or something.
We created a comprehensive brand identity, packaging system and completely custom e-commerce system for Press House. We've been selfishly drinking their incredible coffees all ourselves. Now, it's your turn to enjoy.
Reuben's Brews highly-sought-after Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout needed a label to match its pedigree. A distinctive dieline and a slew of special processes leave no question that this beer is something special.
Ron Mahoney turned countless Iron City drinkers into lifelong can collectors with his head-turning illustrations in the 1960s. Top Hat reunited the pair to pick up right where they left off.
Leaf's plastic-free razor is turning the shaving industry on its head. The new site is fittingly full of visual quirks and fun interactions to steer the brand off the beaten path without ever losing focus on key messaging.
Ever get the feeling you're not seeing the whole picture? Life on Mars is yet another very special brew from our friends at Reuben's. It's hard to keep up, so head over to the case study to see them all.
The only beverage brand with the same Pittsburgh street cred as Iron City could only hire one agency for a website as fresh as its products.
All-over illustration transformed the most heavily-trafficked bar in PPG Paints arena into a show-stopping, high-impact work of art.
Sleek animations and an understated, yet extremely distinctive color palette join some of the handsomest tabular data & bar graphs you've ever seen to make Twin Capital's site stand alone in its industry.
Iron City is shorthand for Pittsburgh – the blue collar worker of its heritage and its vibrant, creative future. We set up to capture an Iron for everyone.
Sherpa Software needed a site and identity that speaks to all of their audiences effectively. A compelling visual overhaul was just the first step to a totally re-imagined content strategy.
Our friends at Pittsburgh Moto Magazine began organizing one hell of a motorcyle show at historic Carrie Blast Furnace. The only thing that could make it better? "Presented by Iron City Beer."