PICNIC COPYWRITING
 
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How can a copywriter share her enthusiasm for creativity and her love for food?

Sarah Boston crafts words for a living and bounces around from agency to agency as a freelance copywriter. To appeal to potential design teams, she lays out a spread of her expertise—written and baked. A classic British picnic is the perfect place for everyone to bring something to the table (or to the tartan blanket).

 

 
 
 
 
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The identity features copy­—Sarah’s favorite ingredient. 

The format of the brand rests on a simple and versatile format of copy. It showcases the collaborative nature of creative teams (and picnics) and the skills she brings.

 

 
 
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The copy structure works in any scenario—rain or shine!

 
 

 

Reaching out to creatives
is as simple as pie.

 

Sarah has to convince designers that she is a valuable addition to a team. The brand's design entices in different ways, from notebooks with Sarah’s iconic pattern to a video that uses only words. And her homemade scones are always a winner.

 
 
 
 

Sarah’s promotional video tells a simple story of a picnic but in a way that a copywriter does best—with only words. A picture is painted in the viewer's head through a sequence of phrases that call on classic picnic food and mishaps of the British summer. 

 
 
 
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Done in collaboration with Nate Carter.

If you'd like to know more about this project, email me.

My contribution
Identity design
Typography
Layout design
Animation design

 

 
 

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