• Whistle Blowing for Peace

    When fellow Denver company DVLP Clothing called on EcoJoia to co-sponsor Denver's 1st annual 'Whistle Blowing for Peace: Art and Music Festival', we jumped at the opportunity. We created poster art as well as a charity t-shirt with 100% of the proceeds benefiting Falling Whistles. Falling Whistles’ mission is to bring peace to Congo and to support the Congolese women and children devastated by war. For the event's main image, EcoJoia created a whistle typograph made of smaller words and symbols of Africa, war, peace, and Falling Whistles. The end result is gritty, raw, and visually exciting.

  • Novo Coffee

    For Denver award-winning roaster Novo Coffee, EcoJoia designed t-shirt graphics that fit the brand’s clean, modern, urban image. We used Novo’s logo and elements of their available branding to create t-shirts that the downtown cycling coffee drinker would be proud to wear.

  • Backcountry Provisions

    Our friends at Backcountry Provisions here in Denver, CO commissioned EcoJoia to design a line of organic t-shirts to carry in-store. We kept the designs Colorado friendly to match the look and feel of the sub shop, and included a ‘Cycle’ tee, a Colorado flag tee, and a mountain skyline tee. Visit Backcountry Provision’s website here.

  • StoveTec

    When clean-cooking camping stove manufacturer StoveTec was looking for eco-friendly t-shirts, they came to EcoJoia. For this special project, we designed a rugged and earthy feeling flame graphic with the catch phrase “I Like it Hot” printed on organic tees. To learn more about StoveTec as well as their non-profit work, click here. To purchase StoveTec shirts, click here.

  • WholeTherapy

    The EcoJoia team came up with a modern take on a usually new age industry when creating a logo for a friend’s therapeutic private practice. We used a fresh and modern color scheme with a simple symbol representing health of the mind, body, and spirit.

Whistle Blowing for Peace

Novo Coffee

Backcountry Privisions

StoveTec

WholeTherapy