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Carrie Creech Ceramics



Carrie Creech came to Affinity Studios looking for a set of stickers to sell to help support her crowdfunding campaign. When she sent over the photos of the kiln she wanted to represent, there were many revisions to make it just right, as you’ll see in the case study.

Client: Carrie Creech

The Challenge

Create a collection of stickers that highlighted the 70+-year-old kiln that makes Carrie Creech Ceramics so unique.


The Solution

The kiln illustration was very much abstracted to represent the playfulness of the stickers. A ceramicist takes pride in their pottery, so the stickers each show a variety of pots ready to be fired. The “Kiln It!” pun is a common saying among the artists and represents their community.