Third Annual Organic Plant Sale

Tomorrow is the Third Annual Organic Plant Sale put on by my friends at the Howard Area Community Garden. Each year they grow their own vegetable seedlings in a beautiful greenhouse space loaned to them by DePaul University and sell the plants to raise funds for the garden. They serve a wonderful community of gardeners in Rogers Park on the north side of Chicago.

Last year I made a fun little adaptable logo set for them and created some flyers and other materials for their plant sale. I have followed that up with another set of promotional materials for this year’s sale, this time featuring really cute and colorful vegetable illustrations I found on creativemarket in Moonery’s shop.

I created some flyers to post up in the neighborhood, both in color and ink-saving black-and-white as well as paper-saving half-letter sized flyers. I added a few social media image to use on Instagram and Facebook so they can get the word out. It’s a worthy cause and a fun project to volunteer on!

HACG Logo + Plant Sale Materials

A good friend manages a community garden in her neighborhood and needed a flyer for their upcoming spring plant sale. Since they didn’t have a logo, I thought it might be nice to create something simple, happy, fun, and colorful without being too simplistic.

The flyer is bold, bright and eye-catching to grab attention and spark interest. I had just completed a set of clip art illustrations of garden vegetables, so I used the line drawings to create a coloring page give-away for the kids’ activity table!

HACG logo portfolio image

If you are on the far north side of Chicago mid-May, stop by and buy a few organic garden plants in support of a good cause!