Treat and Company at Printsource


Welcome to a new sponsor of Bloesem….it is 'Treat and Company', a product design and product development agency based in Minneapolis. A young company that has already  been involved in many exciting and successful projects. Like this canvas poster that was sent out to potential clients, bearing their tagline ‘Eliminate Ugly’ this piece was created to tell people more about Treat in a fun and creative way.


Or this 'Recipe and Memory Keeper'… a book designed using inviting colors, cute graphics and smart elements to create a handy book for any kitchen.


Most recently Treat and Company developed a new range of gift wraps that is going to be showcased at PrintSource, August 2-4, 2010 in NYC. Of course the whole collection will also be available online right here…if you have any questions about Treat just send the lovely Lisa and email.  


Bloesem loves comments
  1. caro

    The “recipe and memory keeper” is so great! Thank you for sharing!

  2. Manon

    The recipe and memory keeper is great! Can I buy it online?

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