Harvest for Healthy Kids

The Harvest for Healthy Kids program brings locally grown fruits and vegetables into low-income early childhood education settings with the goal of increasing access to, and preference for healthy, fresh foods. The program, created by Portland State University professor, Betty Izumi PhD, is unique in that it includes not only a food service component, but also in-class curriculum and family involvement. I have worked with Harvest for Healthy Kids from the beginning and have designed all their branding, iconography, activity kits and newsletters, as well as their website. The “How It Grows” illustrations were done by Big Whistle Studios’ Daniel Wall.

Role Concept and Design | Agency Big Whistle Studios | Industries Education, Health and Wellness | What I Did Brand Identity and Collateral, Print Design, Iconography, Illustration, Interactive Design