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GCD: Early Bird Tea Towel Sale

You know what they say; “The early bird gets the worm” and in this case…it’s our Egg Tea Towels!


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GCD: 1 Year Anniversary Christmas [Card]


It’s hard to believe this December was the official 1 year launch of our little business. Who knew that last October, when Cale was laid off that, that would be the thing God would use to catapult us into this great adventure.

GCD: Bring It Home [Brochure]


Another page is turned in the “Bring It Home” Campaign as we launch the new brochure design!

“This project is the first and only coordinated effort in Oklahoma created to reduce energy consumption and assist our Oklahoma workforce to compete in an energy smart construction economy.” – OSN (Oklahoma Sustainability Network).

GCD: Concrete Christmas [Ornaments]

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Midwest Media and Marketing was looking for something heartfelt and real, something…local, to give this holiday season. Sure enough, that started our wheels spinning and wouldn’t ya know it, we landed right in the middle of our favorite material…concrete!

GCD: Tiny Tufa


Another exciting development for us are these recently redesigned tufa pots. We still make the large decor bowls we’ve always had but through conversations and feed back on Etsy we felt that many of our wonderful customers wanted something a little smaller, more quaint, and cute. So without further ado I would like to unveil the new and improved ‘Tiny Tufa’!

GCD: Capital Green [Logo]


Sometimes you walk clients through a design process, provide the tools and the resources to help them maintain their brand, and send them on their way. And then there are those exciting opportunities where they come back for more…

GCD: The Sunshine Dreamers [Ephemera]


With musical influences like the Beatles, Beach Boys, Flaming Lips (represent Okie’s!), Dr. Dog, and Neutral Milk Hotel, the Sunshine Dreamers needed a visual brand that would display their rock/indie style and happy go lucky tunes. The simple, psychedelic, sunflowers remind us of simpler days “We’re we wished time would just float away.”

GCD: Oklahoma Sustainability Network [Logo]


For those of you who don’t know we’ve been partnering with the wonderful people over at midwestmedia & marketing and it’s just turned out to be a fantastic relationship! Not only do we love working with them but we also get to jump on board cool projects like this one…

GCD: Hope for Kenya Concrete Angels


Concrete is quickly becoming our material of choice, especially when it’s used for something not common to concrete. So when we were asked to do 100 Christmas tree ornaments for the Hope for Kenya event, you guessed it, we went straight to concrete.

GCD: Custom Bed Design


When we got the call from Lorelei about possibly working on a new bed, I jumped at the chance. My forte was working with found materials and reclaimed wood but this project stretched me into new areas using fresh materials and a more polished look.

High class design in overalls. It's the simple life of a farm through the eyes of a couple of crazy designers. We call ourselves Green Couch Design and we are Bringing Design Home.

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