PRINT ADVERTISEMENTS:

CUSTOM T-SHIRT DESIGNS:

MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATIONS:

SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGNS:

CREATIVE WRITING:

CUSTOM LOGO DESIGN:

FOOD & BEVERAGE MENUS:

PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS:

PHOTO MANIPULATION:

WEBSITE DESIGN:

STATIONERY, INVITATIONS & CARDS:

INTERIOR & EXTERIOR SIGNS:

GRAPHIC.

Professionally designed logos can be used in websites, social media campaigns, print advertising, signage, T-shirts, Mardi Gras throw cups, and many more mediums.​​

Logos and icons are vital for communicating your brand to customers. Whether your brand is an event, a business, or a parade krewe, increasing brand recognition and brand comprehension is essential.​​

COLOR.

The epitome of design and style is generated by Midnight Boheme, a boutique graphic design company offering special logo design services for your brand.​​

BE CONSISTENT.

 

Use your design to reinforce your brand.

BE NEW.

 

Strive for boldness with your design. Don’t follow trends, create them.

BE SIMPLE.

 

Remember, less is more. Deliver one message with your design by focusing on a single, clear concept.

BE TIMELESS.

 

Make your logos eternally relevant. Avoid trendy fonts and design elements that may go out of style.

BE UNIQUE.

 

Avoid obvious design choices and clichés. Make your logo memorable.

BE ENTICING.

 

Your logo must appeal to your target audience.

In fact, a well-designed menu is more than just a list of the dishes available; it is an advertising tool capable of communicating the venue’s identity and driving profit.

Great menu designs can enhance a dining or drinking experience, help customers make satisfying choices and stimulate the senses.​

Midnight Boheme offers several visual strategies in menu design that can help increase profit margins for your restaurant or bar clients, as well as whet your appetite.

EYE-CATCHING SWEET SPOTS

 

A good designer knows customers tend to read menus like a book, starting in the top left corner, so dividing the menu into logical sections and arranging items sequentially, such as starting with appetizers, makes it easy for customers to search for dishes.​

OMITTING CURRENCY SIGNS

 

Studies have shown that customers are more likely to spend more when currency signs are omitted, so don’t make customers overly aware of how much they are spending.​

ART OF TYPOGRAPHY

 

Effective fonts will communicate a venue’s brand and result in a legible menu. Selection of typeface may depend on a number of practical factors, such as the amount of text needed to comfortable fit on the page. Midnight Boheme owns a large database of commercial fonts to distinguish the names and descriptions of items in order to help guide the customers through the menu.​

USING PHOTOS SPARINGLY

 

Photos of food are more commonly associated with junk mail fliers, not high-end restaurants. If you wish to use photos, the images must be extremely high professional quality. In most cases, it’s better to leave the quality of food to the customer’s imagination, because not all food photography will appeal to everyone.​

ATTENTION-GRABBING BOXES

 

Ornate framework or simple boxes around a group of menu items are often used to promote dishes with the highest profit margins or featured specials in order to catch the customer’s eye.​

COLOR FRIENDLY

 

Selecting colors based on your target audience and the theme of the bar or restaurant helps with the psychological effects on a viewer, so your color scheme will help set the mood as well as draw attention to certain food items.​

THE ANATOMY OF MENU DESIGN:

BUILD

BUSINESS

BRANDING.

SHARE

VISUAL

STORYTELLING.

INSPIRE &

CELEBRATE

CUSTOMERS.

Business is business, whether it’s promoting an event, launching a product, advertising a venue, or informing the public about your company. Even in this digital age, printed materials have a strong impact in marketing.

 

​Every business has a story to tell. Share your story by printing creative collateral to boost interest to customers. Capture their imaginations while feeding them information. Competitive marketing, creative elements, key messages, and plenty of personality are the components of a killer brand strategy.

 

Midnight Boheme, a boutique graphic design company in New Orleans, offers customized promotional designs for bi-fold and tri-fold brochures, business cards and rack cards, and catalogs such as portfolio flipbooks or company profiles.

 

Let Midnight Boheme share your visual story.

BUSINESS CARDS

standard cards • 3 × 2.5 • double sided​

TRI-FOLD BROCHURES

standard trifold • 8.5 × 11 • double sided​

RACK CARDS

standard rack • 4 × 9 • double sided​

Getting married or eloping soon? Wedding couples may choose from a variety of exciting design suites fully customizable, including invitations, save the dates, enclosure cards, and other matching stationery.​

Advertising a showcase or marketing a product? Businesses may need a one-of-a-kind design to mail out to potential clients or customers with eye-catching imagery that won’t get tossed away.​

Staging a special occasion? Event planners may seek stylish and unique collaborations to promote upcoming festivals, parties, galas or gatherings by upholding the lively traditions of America’s most European city.​

​Midnight Boheme offers a unique design experience to individuals, couples, businesses and event planners in search of New Orleans-inspired invitations and postcards. Designs are born from local inspiration and created with New Orleans panache by Midnight Boheme, a boutique graphic design company run by artist Laura Kuhn. The city’s French heritage, history of jazz, iconic architecture, and native jargon are elements in each custom design. Leave it to a local artist to bring authentic originality to your New Orleans invitation!​

FROM ART TO APPAREL.

Designed by a boutique graphic artist, Midnight Boheme, offers creative custom logos, icons, slogans, and illustrations for t-shirts and other apparel. Whether inspired by inspired by local New Orleans events, venues, and culture or customized to fit your business marketing needs, Midnight Boheme handcrafts digital graphic designs that can be printed on shirts, shorts, hats, totes, mousepads, mugs, and much more!​

MULTIMEDIA FILES​

COMMERCIAL QUALITY​

HIGH RESOLUTION​

SIZE SCALABILITY​

TRANSPARENT BACKGROUND​

COLOR CHANGEABLE​

BRAND CONSISTENCY.

SIZED PER SITE.

CREATIVE CONTENT.

Online promotion is no longer just the wave of the future, it is the current leading market for advertising and communication. These social media outlets are options for your digital marketing campaigns designed by Midnight Boheme:​​

FACEBOOK

TWITTER

GOOGLE+

ETSY

INSTAGRAM

LINKED IN

MAILCHIMP

PINTEREST

TRIPADVISOR

VIMEO

EVENTBRITE

YOUTUBE

HI-RES IMAGE FILES.

SIZED PER SPEC.

WELL-WRITTEN COPY.

Print your Midnight Boheme-designed advertisement in a commercial publication. These newspapers and magazines have featured numerous clients who hired Midnight Boheme to create their stylish ads:​​

WYNDHAM FRENCH QUARTER

Hotel Property & French Quarter Video Promo

BOURBON ORLEANS HOTEL

Hotel Video Promo for Happenings Channel

KREWE OF BOO! HALLOWEEN PARADE

2017 Parade Promo Video Slideshow

FRENCH QUARTER BUSINESS ASSOCIATION'S

Passport to the French Quarter

Spotlight Commercial

KINGS & PAWNS: The Bloodlines of the

Bourbon Orleans Hotel

Teaser Trailer

KREWE OF BOO! HALLOWEEN PARADE

Music Video Promo

PASSPORT TO THE FRENCH QUARTER

French Quarter Business Association Sponsor Video

BOURBON ORLEANS HOTEL

Flash Animation Hotel Feature

KREWE OF BOO! HALLOWEEN PARADE

Teaser Trailer

MIDNIGHT BOHEME CREATIVE SERVICES

Spotlight Video

PASSPORT TO THE FRENCH QUARTER

 

The French Quarter Business Association's Summer Discount Program, Passport to the French Quarter, interactive website of coupons and special savings on local tours, shopping, restaurants and entertainment venues.

BACKSPACE BAR & KITCHEN

 

Backspace Bar & Kitchen on Chartres Street in the historic French Quarter offering a speakeasy-like experience with cocktails and bar cuisine in a literary-themed atmosphere inspired by the infamous authors of New Orleans.

MAISON SOULÉ

 

Recently rebranded from Café Soulé to the newly renovated and expanded Maison Soulé, bringing the South of France by way of Louisiana to the historic Soulé Mansion on St. Louis Street in the French Quarter, serving cocktails and local cuisine, and featuring a garden terrace and ballroom known as The Paris Room.

DR. CASALINO

 

Clinical psychologist Dr. Alexandra Casalino, offering therapy services to patients at her uptown office on Calhoun Street in a sun-soaked environment where the Dr. Casalino practices improving mood and self-esteem, reducing stress and anxiety, and building one's confidence by emphasizing positive growth and self-acceptance.

RIVER BENDS PSYCHOLOGY

 

Dr. Leah Crouch operates River Bends Psychology in a welcoming environment from her office on Calhoun Street, offering therapeutic services specialized in clinical and forensic psychology as well as trauma related issues, providing a range of psychological interventions.

SCENE BY RHYS

 

Artist Emilie Rhys skillfully captures the movement of New Orleans music in her pen and ink drawings as she sketches during live performances in the city's liveliest music venues, now featuring a online shop with all her work and a new gallery open on Toulouse Street in the French Quarter where her art can be viewed and purchased.

KINGS & PAWNS:

The Bloodlines of the

Bourbon Orleans

Laura K

Laura Kuhn's Kings & Pawns, a souvenir storybook about the Bourbon Orleans Hotel, a historic landmark of Creole heritage where vice and virtue struggled against the political and social standards of the early 19th century.

 

THE PORCH & PATIO

WINE & BEER GARDEN

 

The up-and-coming wine and beer garden in Kenner, The Porch & Patio will be opening late August in a historic landmark where hungry patrons may enjoy eats, drinks, and live music nightly.

Site under construction.

BACKSPACE BAR BACKSTORY

 

Pairing a cocktail with the creative process is like uncorking bottled poetry. Luckily, New Orleans is like a good page-turner, filled to the foamy rim with a smorgasbord of inspiration. Backspace Bar & Kitchen is a novel destination for wordsmiths and epicureans alike.

 

Both barflies and book clubs find solace in the cozy civility of Backspace Bar where liquor bottles line the bookshelves and the patrons are equally obsessed with literature and libations. Serving comfort food and classic cocktails, Backspace offers a literary feast for the senses with the Grown-Up Grilled Cheese, Hemingway Cuban Sandwich, and Grandma’s Meatloaf with Housemade Chips.

 

Smack dab in the heart of the French Quarter, Backspace Bar pays homage to New Orleans wordslingers such as Faulkner, Twain, Tennessee Williams, and every infamous author whose clattering typewriters still echo. Come get well-oiled on witty repartee in the Vieux Carré!

MAISON SOULÉ HISTORY

 

With twenty-two rooms of 17-foot ceilings, three balconies, a kitchen house and garden, Maison Soulé has transformed itself during two centuries from an elegant manor to an orphan asylum, from jazz parlor to contemporary bistro.
Named after its original owner Pierre Soulé, an émigré Frenchmen who settled in New Orleans, the mansion possesses both history and mystery within its stuccoed walls.

 

Known as a U.S. politician and diplomat, Pierre Soulé published several articles opposing King Charles X. Soulé’s revolutionary activities landed him in prison by order of the king, but he escaped his imprisonment and fled to New Orleans in 1828.

 

As construction on the mansion began in 1829, Soulé married Armentine Mercier, a belle of the French Quarter. Soulé became a criminal lawyer, exceptional orator, financier and a man of affairs.

 

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MAISON SOULÉ HAUNTINGS

 

Like so many buildings in the French Quarter, Maison Soulé’s history has left its imprint in the afterlife. Frequent accounts of ghostly encounters prove there is a high level of paranormal disturbances in the mansion. Two centuries of life and death have drifted through the gated doors, and a few of those dearly departed souls are allegedly caught between worlds by lingering in the Soulé Mansion long after their own demise, haunting the halls from carriageway to courtyard.

 

The Maison Soulé is possessed with the spirits of its past. Numerous individuals have passed away in the Soulé House over the years, and several staff members have encountered these ghosts firsthand.

 

One of the morning cooks heard the voices of children playing in the upstairs kitchen before anyone else was on property. Giggling has been heard on occasion, and many believe that the second-floor quarters and main bedroom are haunted by the spirits of small children running amok. A total of eleven children, six boys and four girls, seem to remain in the mansion from their days in the Orphanage.

 

In fact, one of these children spoke to a staff member who felt a presence upstairs when he repeatedly discovered toilet tissue strewn about the floor of the ladies’ room. No one could find the culprit who was making the mess, and when he asked aloud, “Who’s tossing the tissue on the floor?” he heard a little girl’s voice answer, “Me!” A moment later, the child’s voice told him to “Please leave,” so he went back to working in the downstairs kitchen without seeing anyone else on the second floor.

 

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NEW ORLEANS CITY PARK WPA 1935

PARKER'S AMBER ALE HISTORY

 

Once upon a swampland, a southern plantation stretched between the remains of Bayou Metairie and the south shore of Lake Pontchartrain. Brimming with canopies of ancient oak trees, this mossy landscape was established during the mid-19th century as New Orleans City Park in a movement to retreat from congested city life by constructing urban commons as a sanctuary.

 

City Park thus began as a lush oasis in a wild stretch of bayou. Master planners commissioned the development and by the 1930s, numerous federal relief agencies such as the Works Progress Administration implemented the plans to make substantial improvements to the greatly enlarged Park.

 

The Works Progress Administration (WPA) was a keystone of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s ambitious American New Deal agency which employed millions of unwaged people to carry out public works projects during the Great Depression in the United States. It was an era of poverty, deflation, and high unemployment following the stock market crash of 1929, and therefore the goal of WPA was to alleviate the worst effects of the Depression by producing job eligibility to a large span of people in need of wages.

 

Public building programs, including park construction, enabled employment for millions of people who needed subsistence incomes. The construction of City Park helped maintain the public’s self-respect, reinforced work ethic, and ultimately developed a picturesque and historic landmark. More than 20,000 people were employed through Works Progress Administration, and twelve million Federal dollars were spent building the Park’s roads and structures, as well as digging more than ten miles of lagoons, all the work done by hand.

 

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RICK'S SPORTING SALOON

BOURBON STREET BACKSTORY

 

Home of the Swinging Legs!

 

...Like most of the buildings in New Orleans, Rick’s Saloon is an eccentric French Quarter landmark steeped in history. Prior to Rick’s, 522 Bourbon Street was home to Big Daddy’s for 40 years.

 

Neon-lit and glamorously sleazy, Big Daddy’s famous swinging mannequin legs in the window became a de rigueur shot for any New Orleans documentary. Originally opened as Lafitte’s Boudoir in 1967, it was the longest continually-operating strip club on Bourbon Street.

 

The French Kiss of the French Quarter, the Silk Panty of the Sin City, Rick’s Sporting Saloon filled with titillating fun in the Big Sleazy!

 

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KINGS & PAWNS:

 

In the heart of Vieux Carré, when the French colony of La Nouvelle-Orléans was in its infancy, a broad avenue stretched itself in the center of town. This thoroughfare became the pulsating vein at the heart of town, and today Orleans Avenue continues to remain the threaded needle sewing the city into one wholehearted metropolis.

 

During a time rich in all poetic growths of population and customs, New Orleans obtained its picturesque features through a vibrant history of diversity, resilience, and romance. As a repository of cultures such as African, Native American, French, and Spanish, the anthropological mix became known as Creole, a term used in many culinary, linguistic, and architectural variations. The Creoles embodied the site of the original city, which is now known as the French Quarter, through a society that has crafted itself as the quintessential mistress of the old South.

 

At its center was a theatre district built in a semitropical landscape. The Orleans Theatre opened its doors in 1815 after many constructional delays. The French-provincial building rivaled in grandeur and luxury like the old theaters of Europe, but arson brought its glory to ash one year after its debut.

 

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HAUNTINGS

 

On fitful wings of time, Vieux Carré has become a cultural treasure steeped in history, heraldry, and haunted heritage. Embraced with an unabashed record of paranormal legends and mysterious phenomena, the Bourbon Orleans Hotel stands in the haunted heart of the French Quarter. The hotel’s walls were constructed on land that dates back to the founding of New Orleans three hundred years ago.

 

In the days of the New World, when blank pages of the map were being filled, the French-founded city of Orléans was built on a bed of oyster shells. It is here at the Bourbon Orleans where America’s grandest ballroom opened in 1817 to host exquisite masquerades and elaborate celebrations for society’s elite. In 1881, the Orleans Ballroom was converted into a convent for the Sisters of the Holy Family who opened an orphanage and tended the sick during wars and epidemics. By the 1960’s, the order of nuns relocated, and the structure was expanded into a luxurious hotel now known as the Bourbon Orleans.

Through each century, time does not always sweep away the ashes like dust into the wind. Some memories linger in the nooks and crannies of this historic building, casting a provocative spell upon the pervasive corridors of the Bourbon Orleans where spirits haunt. The haunted history of the Orleans Ballroom, the convent, and the hotel stirs unsoundly with energy and emotion of souls wandering between life and death.​

 

The Ballroom Dancer: In rival of the grandeur and luxury of European culture, Theatre d’Orléans opened in the early 1800’s, showcasing grand opera to New Orleans. CONTINUE READING...

 

The Suicidal Nun: Until 1881, Salle d’Orléans, now the Orleans Ballroom, held merry revels of folly with nightly music and rippling laughter flowing from the exterior balcony into cathedral gardens. CONTINUE READING...

 

The Wounded Soldier: Before bugles and drums filled the ears of eager Confederates who left their plantations and farms to fight the Civil War, an antebellum age of chivalry and neoclassicism prospered in New Orleans. 

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The Lost Children: During the years of the St. Mary’s Academy and the orphanage founded by the Sisters of the Holy Family, many homeless children lived in the quaint rooms of the convent. CONTINUE READING...

The Official Bourbon Orleans Hotel

GHOST SIGHTINGS LOG

 

In the heart of a city
three hundred years old
The Bourbon Orleans
offers great tales to be told
of show folk and lost children,
soldiers and nuns,
All who still wander
when the night steals the sun.
They appear in the ballroom
and in the lobby downstairs,
they float through the corridors
like wind through your hair.
The spirits are friendly,
no ill-will do they mean,
as they bid you a warm welcome
to the Bourbon Orleans!

WANDERING SPIRITS

OF THE DAUPHINE ORLEANS HOTEL

 

Beneath New Orleans’ genteel façade of New Orleans lie the hidden spirits of her haunted past. The dark journey through the city’s history is marked by gravestones and ghost-sightings, for in this spirit-laden swampland, many souls still linger in the afterlife.

 

Tales of twisted fates are retold through generations. At the Dauphine Orleans Hotel and its bar, May Baily’s Place, these stories have been researched countless times. Their source seems to be the property’s roots in a neighborhood called “Storyville” and its colorful yet frequently violent residents. Through sightings, paranormal research, and documented letters from the past, four main characters recur from beyond the grave. These are their stories.
 

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The Bourbon Orleans Hotel

HOUSEKEEPING POEM

 

When the moon is high

in a starry sky

 

the night comes

and the day is done.

 

We wish you rest,

our dear sweet guest,

 

so tuck in tight

and say goodnight.

The Wyndham French Quarter Hotel

WELCOME POEM

 

Here in New Orleans,

Jazz music cascades

from Frenchmen to Bourbon

in carnival parades!

 

Like a big pot of gumbo

Boilin' hot n' hearty,

You've come to the right city

to celebrate and party!

 

Grab a beignet and po'boy,

join the second line,

As we wish you "Bon Temps!"

which means have a good time!

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AC HOTEL MARRIOTT

Tricentennial Celebration "Then & Now" Presentation

YES YES LOVER

 

From bookmark to bedspread, Yes Yes Lover offers an elite selection of creatively written erotica for Him & Her. The digital literotica storefront features the work of authors Catalina Alexander, Jack Donald, and Vadka Lee, offering sex-rated short stories and adult poetry ranging from sophisticated smut to highbrow whoredom.  

SHELLEY FARMS

 

Fresh from the bayou to the box, Shelley Farms produces premium Louisiana oysters. The family-owned business carefully harvests the freshest, highest quality shellfish with a passion for raising oysters in the fertile waters of the bayou.

THE NEW ORLEANS

ZOMBIE RUN

 

The second annual New Orleans Zombie Run features the Big Easy Rollergirls who have been infected with the living dead virus and transformed into Zombie Killers! Wear your bio-hazard suit, gas mask, or monster costume and join in the zombie-infested 2-mile race through the Warehouse District.

HUGE ASS BEERS

BOURBON STREET

 

Developed in collaboration with the Von Mack Agency, world-famous Huge Ass Beers on Bourbon Street has become a cultural icon, and for good reason! Get YOUR Huge Ass Beer today.

BATTLE ZONE NOLA

 

Prepare for combat! Battle Zone NOLA teaches self-protection skills and provides quality self protection training in a safe, comfortable, fun and friendly environment. As a personal protection initiative that focuses on real world solutions to real world problems, Battle Zone offers Force on Force simuition firefights in a modular tactical arena.​

SWEET OLIVE

SOAP WORKS

 

Soap maker Emily Manger handcrafts each bar of soap using the traditional cold process method passed down through generations of her Louisiana ancestors. Handmade in New Orleans and beautifully packaged, Sweet Olive products are luxurious treats for people who love Louisiana and her culture.​

LOFLIN WEALTH

 

A Retirement Plan You Can Count On. With protected insurance investments and 100% tax-free retirement programs, Loflin Wealth builds no obligation blueprint strategies, so you will never lose money in the Stock Market. Invest in your future and capitalize in the upside of risk-free benefits and lifelong cash flow.

GOTOGIRLGINA

Spotlight Commercial for Bachelorette Party Planners

GOTOGIRLGINA

 

Let GoToGirlGina make you look like a Rock Star Party Planner! GoToGirlGina offers pre-arranged party packages including transportation, accommodations, entertainment, drinks, dining, and security. Experience the culture, music, art, and cuisine of New Orleans during your party adventure by choosing from one of our pre-arranged packages.

HAROLD KLEIN

MASTER BARBER

 

Master Barber Harold Klein, has been cutting hair since 1969. Establishing the in-house barbershop of the Royal Orleans Hotel over a decade ago, Harold welcomes the modern gentleman of all ages to his comfortable and tastefully decorated environment at 621 St. Louis Street in the French Quarter.​

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BILLBOARDS

BANNERS

SIGNAGE

WRAPS/CLINGS

DIGITAL BILLBOARDS

PRINT BILLBOARDS

RETRACTABLE BANNERS

STEP & REPEAT BANNERS

TRADE SHOW DISPLAYS

SIDEWALK/SANDWICH SIGNS

TABLE TENT SIGNS

VCC* APPROVED SIGNS

FOR FRENCH QUARTER BUSINESSES

*Vieux Carré Commission

VEHICLE WRAPS

WINDOW CLINGS

BOXES

BOTTLES

CARTONS

BAGS

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RICK'S SPORTING SALOON

 

Like most of the buildings in New Orleans, Rick’s Saloon is an eccentric French Quarter landmark steeped in history. 

 

The French Kiss of the French Quarter, the Silk Panty of the Sin City, Rick’s Sporting Saloon filled with titillating fun in the Big Sleazy!

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