The Harry Kalas Memorial Statue

The Harry Kalas Memorial Statue

In November 2009, just a few short, sad months after Harry Kalas called his last game, VFC’s creative director, Todd Palmer was contacted by his good friend and college roommate, Lawrence Nowlan. Nowlan asked VFC to join him in a very special project— to forever memorialize Harry Kalas where he should be memorialized… at Citizen’s Bank Park.

Hideous Holidays

Hideous Holidays

Every year VFC designs a new package for Sly Fox Brewing Company’s widely anticipated Christmas Ale. The new branding gets consumers excited about the release which, although the same recipe from year to year, features subtle taste and aroma differences that connoisseurs look forward to all year long.

TEDx & Canjam!

TEDx & Canjam!

VFC was instrumental in the branding, planning, programming and promotion of two regional events that both continue to become more and more popular as evidenced by their growing attendance this year.

Crafty Cans

Crafty Cans

Creating an engaging product design for this Belgium-style ale was a designer’s dream. With such a mysterious and interesting product moniker as Grisette, meaning an independent, young, and flirtatious working woman, this ale has a name rich in history.

The Wooden Spoon

The Wooden Spoon

Two delicious businesses… the same, but different.
The Wooden Spoon Bakery & Café and Julie Zlogar Catering already have a devoted clientele. What Chef Zlogar lacked was a cohesive brand that identified her two businesses in a way that captured the experience of eating her very special food.

Brand new at the farm

Brand new at the farm

Of all the services that Virtual Farm Creative, Inc. offers, our branding capabilities have become a specialty on which established and start-up companies depend to build consistent awareness, loyalty and a sense of excitement around their organizations and offerings.

Targets Getting Tougher to Touch?

Targets Getting Tougher to Touch?

Hello fans of innovative marketing! The economy is suspect, postage is sky high and fuel prices are nearly double what they were this time two years ago! That’s affecting everything from production to postage, making direct mail less desirable every day. What’s a company gotta do to reach the consumer?