The White House Tavern resides in the oldest building in Aspen, Colorado— a Carpenter Gothic style home built in 1883. I took cues from vintage letterhead and Sanborn Insurance map lettering from the same period to develop an identity that reflects the building’s rich history.

White House Tavern

 The White House Tavern resides in the oldest building in Aspen, Colorado— a Carpenter Gothic style home built in 1883. I took cues from vintage letterhead and Sanborn Insurance map lettering from the same period to develop an identity that reflects the building’s rich history.

The White House Tavern resides in the oldest building in Aspen, Colorado— a Carpenter Gothic style home built in 1883. I took cues from vintage letterhead and Sanborn Insurance map lettering from the same period to develop an identity that reflects the building’s rich history.

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 Traditional letterpress printing provides tactility and a historic tone to the stationary.

Traditional letterpress printing provides tactility and a historic tone to the stationary.

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 The dining room is intimate and causal, occupying what was once the living area of the home. Natural textures and papers bring a feeling of warmth and informality to the menus.

The dining room is intimate and causal, occupying what was once the living area of the home. Natural textures and papers bring a feeling of warmth and informality to the menus.

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