May Lunch & Learn

Handmade Packaging Design – The importance of incorporating artisanal elements into your design work

Creating handmade elements are good for the designer’s soul. It’s good for business too, as more people crave the textures, imperfections and warmth of hand-made objects, reconnecting them with the long line of artists before them and breaking out of the computer box and getting their hands dirty. Andy Kurtts, Creative Director and Owner of Buttermilk Creative, will walk the audience through a few real world examples from his work where he was able to incorporate elements as well as share ways to get your own hands dirty.

Speaker, Andy Kurtts

andy kurttsAndy Kurtts is the Creative Director and Owner of Buttermilk Creative, a studio focused on creating package design that shouts from the shelves. Before going out on his own, Andy ran the in-house design department for national grocery chain The Fresh Market developing the visual language for all in-store and digital materials as well as playing a major role in private label packaging for the brand.







Date: Thursday, May 19
11:30: Lunch Buffet Opens
11:30-12:00: Registration and Networking
12:00-1:00: Presentation
1:00-1:30: Questions and Networking

Location: Dunes Golf & Beach Club, 9000 N Ocean Blvd Myrtle Beach
Free for Professional Members, $35 for Guests, $10 for Students

Register Online Here


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