October came at us in full force. We're glad we documented it all on Instagram, because it flew by. But you know what they say about time flying...
We're workin' hard and having fun, with lots in store for the upcoming holiday season. So be sure to follow @distilunion on Instagram for sneak peeks, insider info, and exclusive holiday promotions! Here's a snapshot of last month at Distil Union:
+ We sampled some delicious sips, great noms and short films at the New Belgium's Clips Beer & Film Tour in Marion Square. Proceeds went to benefit Charleston Moves, one of our favorite local organizations with a vision for Charleston of safe, connected, livable streets.
+ The crowning achievement of the month for us was launching Wally Micro on Kickstarter! This was our 5th Kickstarter campaign, and we can't thank our backers enough for funding us in just three hours, a Distil Union record. The campaign will run through November 13th, so there's still time to order yours!
+ Our friends at Ink Meets Paper and Fink Toys, welcomed us into their new studio space (Fink and Ink) for a tour! These creative minds had an amazing vision for an empty warehouse in Park Circle up in North Charleston, and brought their shop to life with some amazing and inspiring details.
+ After 4 years of ho-hum business cards, we stepped up our game with some handsome cards printed by Crayton Heritage in North Carolina. The crisp white-foil printing looks pretty darn sharp on the muted chipboard, which has a great weight without being too snobby – hey, just like us!
+ Joaquin overstayed his welcome here in South Carolina with historic amounts of rain and unprecedented flooding. We were lucky to have experienced minimal damage in Charleston, but other parts of our state were not so fortunate. If you are able to help, we encourage you to donate time or resources to the Red Cross who continues to work hard to provide disaster relief.
+ Mary attended the Revolve Conference at Wild Dunes Resort where she heard speakers and practitioners give presentations on marketing and human-centered UX design. Wally made his way into the swag bags for a little love for the conference guests from the locals.