Brittany Mathews is a successful Allie Beth Allman real estate agent who recently partnered with Banowetz + Company to develop a unique brand for her growing business. Since she has roots in the Highland Park area, we integrated imagery of the city’s historic Big Pecan Tree into her branding because of its special meaning to the community where she grew up. Our result is a versatile logo system that successfully balances traditional elegance with a fresh perspective. Take a look at the family of marks below.
Banowetz + Company is proud to announce the promotion of Nicholas Begley to the role of Designer. In his first year as a design professional, Nic has made quite the impact on the B+C creative team as well as our clients, bringing fresh ideas to every project — not to mention he’s been recognized in regional design competitions such as the Dallas ADDYs and the DSVC Dallas Show. He’s proven to be one of the hardest-working people at our studio, never shying away from any challenge, and he continually brightens up the work environment as our resident light bulb changer.
Banowetz + Company is thrilled to announce the full-time return of Lily Smith+Kirkley. Well-versed in working with clients large and small, Lily’s passion for great design and enthusiasm for approaching projects from unexpected perspectives have landed her the role of Associate Creative Director, where she will assist in leading the B+C creative team and overseeing various accounts and projects. When she’s not crafting award-winning work in her new role at Banowetz, this native Texan is the creative powerhouse behind Lilco Letterpress and the Workshop Chair for The Illustration Conference, ICON10. Join us in welcoming Lily back to the team!