I thought this certificate from Lemon House Farm was too cute not to share. I drank too much at an axe throwing event and sponsored a senior chicken for my husband after seeing a late-night marketing email.
Flurffy is a 4-year-old Black Cochin hen. She is retired to the leisure coop at Lemon House Farm in Burtonsville, Maryland. Welcome to the family (symbolically), Flurffy.
I designed Lemon House Farm’s logo for owners Meredith and Guy in 2021. Meredith posts the most amazing pictures of the chickens and their multicolored eggs. If you are like me, you didn’t know that eggs come in colors other than white and brown. See cute chicken pics and browse the farm’s products on Instagram and Facebook.
I cannot believe I had to Photoshop this myself. My husband and I wanted to make a funny Saturday Night Live Sump’n Claus Christmas card with cash inside. Surprisingly, we couldn’t find a Sump’n Claus image with the “Everybody’s gettin’ sump’n” text added.
Feel free to use this when you’re giving everybody sump’n.
Although the United States has the land and water resources to significantly increase its aquaculture industry, our current production puts us at number 17 on this list of top global producers. I collaborated with the NOAA Fisheries Office of Aquaculture’s science team to gather data in order to make this design.
Aquaculture Opportunity Areas are small, well-defined geographic areas that have been evaluated to determine potential suitability for commercial aquaculture. Introduced in 2020, I made the following infographics to illustrate this new concept.