Boomerangs: Shop Thrift. Fight AIDS.

  • Boomerangs: Shop Thrift. Fight AIDS.

    Boomerangs is an award-winning family of thrift stores, owned and operated by AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts. There was a need to update the organization's previous identity to be reflective of Boomerangs' vibrant culture and community, easy to use across mediums (print and web) and with other brands. I worked closely with Boomerangs staff to develop an identity that boasted a modern typography, an extended color palate, and a new website with updated photography.

    Role: Creative Direction, Graphic Design, and Research

    Recognition: GDUSA Health + Wellness Design Award
  • Brandmark
  • Print Collateral
    A sample of the print work developed with the new identity.

  • Tote Bags
    As part of the rebrand, I had the opportunity to explore potential designs for a suite of Boomerangs tote bags. Each tote bag features a location's store front. I wanted to capture the thrift store's "local" vibe in a bold but minimal way. 
  • Website & Social Media Refresh was given a fresh look as well. Social media graphics were designed to help promote in-store sales. (Additional credit(s): April Francis, Web Development)