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New Semcap Case Study

There is a better way to create and invest in the future. Semcap (formerly called Seminal Capital) invests behind seminal trends in sectors that have the greatest impact on humanity – Healthcare, Education and Food & Nutrition. We worked on creating branding for the master Semcap brand as well as the three investment arms operating underneath it. After months of design exploration we ended up creating unique icons for each using semi circles in a 3 x 3 grid. This helped ensure that each entity had a unique logomark while keeping a cohesive look to all 4 brands.

View the full case study here.

 

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New Semcap Case Study

There is a better way to create and invest in the future. Semcap (formerly called Seminal Capital) invests behind seminal trends in sectors that have the greatest impact on humanity – Healthcare, Education and Food & Nutrition. We worked on creating branding for the master Semcap brand as well as the three investment arms operating underneath it. After months of design exploration we ended up creating unique icons for each using semi circles in a 3 x 3 grid. This helped ensure that each entity had a unique logomark while keeping a cohesive look to all 4 brands.

View the full case study here.

 

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Johnny Pops Star Tribune!

Johnny Pops co-founders Connor Wray and Erik Brust were recently featured in a Star Tribune article discussing their new 80,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Elk River. The company and its 80-plus employees, now based in St. Louis Park, will be moving its headquarters to Elk River later this year following renovations and improvements at the new site.

“People look at food businesses and think it’s an overnight success, but for us it’s a 10-year overnight success,” said Erik Brust, co-founder and chief executive of JonnyPops. “This facility is a huge investment in our future and a re-commitment to Minnesota.”

Read the full article: www.StarTribune.com

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Johnny Pops Star Tribune!

Johnny Pops co-founders Connor Wray and Erik Brust were recently featured in a Star Tribune article discussing their new 80,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Elk River. The company and its 80-plus employees, now based in St. Louis Park, will be moving its headquarters to Elk River later this year following renovations and improvements at the new site.

“People look at food businesses and think it’s an overnight success, but for us it’s a 10-year overnight success,” said Erik Brust, co-founder and chief executive of JonnyPops. “This facility is a huge investment in our future and a re-commitment to Minnesota.”

Read the full article: www.StarTribune.com

Johnny Pops Star Tribune!

Johnny Pops co-founders Connor Wray and Erik Brust were recently featured in a Star Tribune article discussing their new 80,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Elk River. The company and its 80-plus employees, now based in St. Louis Park, will be moving its headquarters to Elk River later this year following renovations and improvements at the new site.

“People look at food businesses and think it’s an overnight success, but for us it’s a 10-year overnight success,” said Erik Brust, co-founder and chief executive of JonnyPops. “This facility is a huge investment in our future and a re-commitment to Minnesota.”

Read the full article: www.StarTribune.com

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Johnny Pops Star Tribune!

Johnny Pops co-founders Connor Wray and Erik Brust were recently featured in a Star Tribune article discussing their new 80,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Elk River. The company and its 80-plus employees, now based in St. Louis Park, will be moving its headquarters to Elk River later this year following renovations and improvements at the new site.

“People look at food businesses and think it’s an overnight success, but for us it’s a 10-year overnight success,” said Erik Brust, co-founder and chief executive of JonnyPops. “This facility is a huge investment in our future and a re-commitment to Minnesota.”

Read the full article: www.StarTribune.com

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Johnny Pops Star Tribune!

Johnny Pops co-founders Connor Wray and Erik Brust were recently featured in a Star Tribune article discussing their new 80,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Elk River. The company and its 80-plus employees, now based in St. Louis Park, will be moving its headquarters to Elk River later this year following renovations and improvements at the new site.

“People look at food businesses and think it’s an overnight success, but for us it’s a 10-year overnight success,” said Erik Brust, co-founder and chief executive of JonnyPops. “This facility is a huge investment in our future and a re-commitment to Minnesota.”

Read the full article: www.StarTribune.com

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Welcome to Gem House on Lake Superior!

Gem House is the culmination of a life-long dream: To create an exceptionally inviting retreat and adventure base on the shores of mighty Lake Superior. Located a minute’s walk from the historic Naniboujou Lodge, and a 15-minute drive north of Grand Marais, the Gem House is a unique destination for rest and a true North Shore experience.

Gem House’s wide, sandy beach is a rare find on Superior, perfect for gemstone hunting, beach walks, evening fires, and fishing next to the Brule River. Be sure to stop in at the Naniboujou Lodge and enjoy a meal in what is arguably the most unique dining room in all of Minnesota. When you need a forest fix, explore the sprawling Judge C.R. Magney State Park just on the other side of Hwy 61. Bring your boots and make the challenging hike from Gem House up to the mysterious Devil’s Kettle Falls. We are also very near the Superior Hiking Trail featuring endless areas for exploration. And, of course, you’ll want to visit Grand Marais and Grand Portage while you’re here.

Special Thanks to Scott Anderson from Room 34, as well as Stephane Rau and Jon Barber from Rau+Barber!

For more information visit superiorgemhouse.com.

Keep in touch on Instagram @superiorgemhouse.

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