Friday, December 16, 2011

American Mortals - Boozhwah Animation

Sedso Design recently created a Flash animation in collaboration with David Bond of American Mortals. David came to us with an idea, and even some of his own drawings, to have Sedso bring his vision for Boozhwah, an American Mortals beauty product, to life. See what its like to have your cake and eat it too...

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Beauty's Bagel Shop - Oakland, Ca - Logo Design

Beauty's Bagel Shop is the creation of Amy Remsen & Blake Joffe. In 2009, they moved to Oakland from Philadelphia on a whim, in search of a new city to call home. They fell in love immediately with the friendly people, beautiful landscape and amazing food. There was just one thing they found themselves longing for (aside from warm summer nights): amazing bagels! Armed with our culinary experience, love of food and desire to work together, they decided to open their own bagel shop and bring old-school, traditional bagels to the Bay Area.

The bagels at
Beauty's Bagel Shop are Montreal-style, which means they are hand-rolled, boiled in honey water and baked in a wood-fired oven, resulting in a bagel that is soft in texture with a perfectly crunchy crust, a slight sweetness and a hint of smoke. Prepared with organic ingredients and baked in small batches throughout the day, there will always be a fresh, warm bagel waiting for you.

Here are the final logos Sedso Design developed for Beauty's Bagel Shop...

Beauty's Bagel Shop,Sedso Design,Logo Design

Menu, Signage & Website Design are in the process of being developed...

Monday, October 31, 2011

American Mortals - Hair-O-In Animation

Sedso Design recently created a Flash animation in collaboration with David Bond of American Mortals. David came to us with an idea, and even some of his own drawings, to have Sedso bring his vision for Hair-O-In, an American Mortals hair conditioner product, to life. You'll definitely want some more, just a little bit more. You might even say pretty please...

Wednesday, August 17, 2011



NOSE GO is a Philadelphia based artist with a passion for illustration and media arts.
He mixes fine art with a contemporary style to deliver highly energetic work.
His designs feature an assemblage of patterns, vibrant colors and characters derived
from his imagination and his surrounding environment.

Come check out a bunch of his work and have a few beers.
BYOB also encouraged.

SEDSO Design Gallery
1050 North Hancock Street, Suite 75, Philadelphia, PA
The Piazza | Northern Liberties

Place Your Art Here presents: "Bonjour!" by NoseGo from Gabrielle Bonghi on Vimeo.

The show was also featured on Phrequency. There is also this write-up on Swellco & Swellco. Great coverage/photos of the show on the Part Time Studios blog.

Monday, August 8, 2011

Sedso Design Interview Featured on

Sedso Design was interviewed by with Cheldin Barlatt Rumer.

This is it Philly: Sedso Design from Town Cryer on Vimeo.

Created and produced by Cheldin Barlatt Rumer, This is it Philly… connects regional and national celebrities, musicians, athletes, entertainers and trendsetters directly to the Philadelphia community, shares regional and national entertainment and lifestyle news and promotes newsworthy products, businesses and organizations through online video to encourage commerce, visitation and awareness for the city of Philadelphia.

Through its fast paced editing and upbeat format, This is it Philly… offers viewers an accurate depiction of the true Philadelphia lifestyle experience. The video segments found on this site vary from sit downs interviews to in depth features; from kitchen demonstrations to event coverage and from product launches to red carpet events.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Place Your Art Here - No Division Solo Show

Place Your Art Here,No Division

Place Your Art Here Presents...
Recent works from the NO DIVISION design syndicate.

JP Flexner, Robb Leef, and Edward Kelley together form NO DIVISION. They are an art & design collective based in Philadelphia, PA. They specialize in producing hand printed, limited edition posters as well as other merchandise and collateral for bands, record labels, venues and promoters all over the world.

Come check out a bunch of their work and have a few beers.
BYOB also encouraged.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Morimoto For Japan - Fundraiser Graphics

Morimoto,Sedso Design

Join Starr Restaurants for an intimate, meaningful & mouthwatering private event at Morimoto restaurant in Philadelphia to raise money for japan. The evening will start with passed hors d’oeuvres, sushi, champagne & a live cooking demonstration by the iron chef. then enjoy a special 5-course Omakase tasting menu with beverage pairings.

Philadelphia’s historic Freeman’s Auction House will join in on the relief efforts by facilitating a live auction, where a handful of exclusive items will be on offer.

Tuesday, June 7th, 6:30pm-10pm


$300 per person;* For reservations, call 215-413-9070

Morimoto, 723 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

* Price includes tax and tip. All proceeds will benefit the Philadelphia-Japan Disaster Relief Fund. A portion of the ticket price is tax-deductible.

Generous sponsors of Morimoto for Japan include: Courtney Apple Photography, Eventions Productions, Fiji Water, Freeman’s Auction House, Joto Sake, Party Rental Ltd., PTM Sport, Ruinart Champagne, Sedso Design, Southern Wine and Spirits, Trimbach Wine, Trinchero Family Estates, True World Foods and WJ Deutsch Wine.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

American Mortals - Champo Animation

Under The Red Carpet - CHAMPO! from AMMO on Vimeo.

Sedso Design recently created a Flash animation in collaboration with David Bond of American Mortals. David came to us with an idea, and even some of his own drawings, to have Sedso bring his vision for Champo, an American Mortals shampoo product, to life. Apparently, 'we don't need no stinkin' hair product!'

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Jose Garces' JG Domestic - Full Page Ad

Jose Garces,JG Domestic,Ad,Sedso Design
Sedso recently finished a full page ad to be placed in Where Magazine for Jose Garces' most recent farm to table restaurant, JG Domestic, located on the ground floor of the Cira Centre in West Philadelphia near 30th St Station.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

SEDSO's Place Your Art Here - Famous Musician Exhibition - Call for Entries + Opening Reception

Place Your Are Here is a series of exhibitions created by SEDSO DESIGN. Each exhibition starts with an open call for entries, but every show has a different set of guidelines that the artist must follow to be admitted into the final show.
Submissions for our current show, Famous Musician, must focus on ONE of the musicians listed below and fit within an 8.5 x 11in vertical format. All entries must be black & white. Select entries will be included in the design of a permanent vinyl wrap that will cover the entire bar top at the Walnut Room, a discreet hotspot in Center City Philadelphia.

Notorious B.I.G. * James Brown * Michael Jackson * Bob Marley * Eric B. & Rakim * The Police * Beastie Boys * Eminem * N.W.A. * Tupac Shakur * Miles Davis * DJ Jazzy Jeff * Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes * ?uestlove * Janet Jackson * Will Smith * Al Green * Isaac Hayes * KRS-One * Diana Ross * Curtis Mayfield * Lee 'Scratch' Perry * Iggy Pop * David Bowie * Jay-Z * Tina Turner * Kanye West * Rick James * The Beatles * Rolling Stones * Chuck Berry * Little Richard * Aretha Franklin * The Roots * Ray Charles * Lady Gaga * Stevie Wonder * The Spinners * The Ramones * Ice T * Marvin Gaye * Bo Diddley * Prince * Schoolly D * The Clash * Johnny Cash * Madonna * David Bowie * Public Enemy * Nas * Run-DMC * Elton John * Dr. Dre * George Clinton (Parliament Funkadelic) * Wu-Tang Clan * Tina Turner * Justin Bieber * Rihanna * Snoop Dogg * OutKast * Ice Cube * Fugees * Cypress Hill * Busta Rhymes * Biz Markie * Queen Latifah * Grandmaster Flash * Big Punisher * Redman * LL Cool J * Afrika Bambaataa

This selection of musicians was chosen because their music is often played at the Walnut Room. If there is another musician you think might be appropriate, contact us and we'll consider letting you add them.

Entries may incorporate, but are not limited to, elements of illustration, screen printing, graphic design, water color, painting, etc., but all entries must be submitted digitally as a 300dpi, black & white JPG, TIF, EPS, AI or PDF. Original materials used to create the piece can be any kind of paint, marker, pen, pencil, ink, crayon, pastel, charcoal, etc., but keep in mind that pieces that aren't created digitally must be scanned so keeping the artwork fairly two-dimensional is preferable.

- Artwork must be submitted digitally.
- 8.5 x 11in vertical format
- 300 dpi JPG, TIF, EPS, AI or PDF
- Black & White Only

- Artwork CANNOT contain photography.
- Artwork CANNOT contain the famous musician's name.
- Artwork CANNOT be a horizontal format.
- Artwork CANNOT touch or bleed off any of the edges of the 8.5 x 11 in format.
- Artwork CANNOT contain a frame or border.

Friday, March 18th, 2011, 5pm

Submissions should be emailed to with Name of Artist, Name of Famous Musician, and Materials/Process used to make the original piece.

Friday, March 25th, 2011, 7pm-10pm
Walnut Room - 1709 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19103

For more information about the guidelines for this event, visit: