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VOY ELECTRIC BICYCLE 

Spunk was on a roll when they named the voy—a fun, freeing and fast, non gender specific mode of transportation for the 16-and-up set. Spunk also developed the voy’s logo and designed the point-of-sale display. 

EERIE DESCENTS HALLOWEEN LIGHTS 

The Halloween season is quickly becoming the second most popular holiday in the U.S. Spunk named and designed this line of Halloween decorations for Target Stores to shine some design illumination on this bright new market.

SOUND RESPONSE 

This was a pro bono project Spunk did with Target. 100% of the proceeds went to the American Red Cross and was earmarked to help those devastated in the 2005 hurricanes. The challenge? Don’t use the following words: Katrina, Rita, New Orleans or Gulf Coast. Well, a picture is worth a thousand words, as they say, and Spunk solved it with a map and a microphone. They also named the whole project and donated the design, photography and illustration. 

TARGET PARTY PARTS 

Spunk provided the name and packaging needed to make one big happy family out of Target’s vast collection of party accessories, favors and decorations. The design shows the handy mix-and-match nature of the products.

 

BLACK MUSIC MONTH 

Target’s sampler CD celebrates inspirational African American musicians of the past and on into the future. The tri-color design on the CD and inserts features quirky Spunk-specific line art that grooves through all decades of music offered. 

TARGET FILMMAKER AWARD 

And the winner is… Both film and reel are reflected in Spunk’s elegant and sophisticated design. The piece is constructed of aluminum and two different types of steel. Handcrafted by Chris Ramirez of Iron Arbor. 

TARGET KOOL TOYZ 

Spunk designed the brand identity and packaging for Target’s line of value-priced toys. 

TARGET GET INTO THE GAME 

Target now has a competitive answer for gamers who want to realize their dream game shrine without breaking the bank. Spunk’s Get Into The Game packaging designs were inspired by the directional pads seen on game controllers. To make it an even easier shopping experience, each family of accessories is color-coded to identify their respective platforms: xbox, Playstation, GameCube, GameBoy, etc.