Hanna Seabrook is the enthusiast behind gadabout creative, a graphic design studio, lifestyle blog and shop (if she can get her act together) based in louisville, kentucky.
Rock-Paper-Scissors makes her nervous • If she wasn’t a graphic designer she probably would have attempted interior design • She has messy handwriting • She loves old photographs of her parents • She likes the idea of tea cups • She is always 5 minutes late or 30 minutes early • She is married to her high school sweetheart • She is a horrible speller • She lives in button downs and matchstick pants • She kinda likes rainy days • She is going to try to learn French before she’s 30 • Severe impatience gets in the way of her entrepreneurial spirit • She has a (hopefully charming) southern accent • She tries (and often fails) to be an early riser • Fresh linens fix most of her problems • She could put ticking stripes in every room of her house • She was named after her grandmother • Her cavaliers, Henrietta and Wallace, are her favorite Instagram subjects • She doesn’t have a favorite color • She hopes to write a children’s book one day • She dearly loves to laugh
The aisles of any antique shop / The simplicity of charcoal sketches / The consistency and cleverness of the J.Crew Brand / The size of W Magazine / The styling of Ann Mashburn / The intimacy of a dinner party / The complexity of typefaces / The warmth of a bookstore / The botanicals of Mia Carameros / The acquisitions of Bunny Mellon / The spaces of Tom Scheerer / The moodiness of wearing black / The lightheartenness of wearing white / The perfection of “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simple.” – Albert Einstein / The color of Chloe ad campaigns / The wit of J.D.Salinger’s Franny and Zooey / The grandiosity of Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antionette / The restaurants of New York City / The cobblestone streets of Charleston / The melancholy of classical music / The articles of Town & Country / The tranquility of Joe Wright’s Pride and Prejudice / The thrill of a snail-mailed invitation
GADABOUT CREATIVE IS A BOUTIQUE DESIGN STUDIO FOUNDED IN 2010. WE ENJOY GRAPHIC DESIGN AND IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT by way of LOGO, PRINT, AND WEB DESIGN.
Hanna Seabrook, Founder + Creative
Corey Tenold, Technology
Clients of Note
The brands below represent a selection of our past and current client portfolio. Collateral ranges from print to web design.
Fashion + Lifestyle Bloggers
A PIECE OF TOAST
DAMSEL IN DIOR
GAL MEETS GLAM
LUELLA & JUNE
SEQUINS & STRIPES
SO THEN THEY SAY
THE GLITTER GUIDE
THE PURSUIT OF STYLE
LINDSAY CORAL HARPER
MARK D. SIKES
POPLIN & QUEEN
Stores + Brands
CROGHANS JEWEL BOX
JACK LOVES CHARLIE
MATOUK VIA BLITZER & CO.
Pricing + Schedule
If you are interested in working with Gadabout Creative or would like to hear more about our design process, please contact us. From here we can schedule a phone call, get to know one another and establish a custom quote and timeline for your unique project. Currently there is a 10-14 week waiting list for full service creative design projects but logo design, custom illustration and general graphic design work can often be scheduled somewhere between now and the proverbial then. We look forward to hearing from you.
One of the newer projects brought to us by the industrial design studio, Mike and Maaike. Attempting to blur the line between the tangible and virtual, Maaike Evans and Mike Simonian googled some of the worlds most coveted jewelry. While the printed images only came from their search results, the jewelry still appears to be more bling than byte. The medium may be low-res but the impact has been high enough that they are now available in select galleries.
If all men could please stand, button their coat, and give Walker Lamond a spirited applause for his release of “Rules for my Unborn Son.” Released this October, this collection of thoughtful advice is filled with many a man’s better moments. Tailored for every gentleman, wayward or not, his quips and quotes accompany snapshots that make etiquette look easy.
#24 Write thank you notes promptly on personlized correspondence cards. “Never go on trips with anyone you do not love.” – Earnest Hemingway #252 If you attend a late night after-party, have an exit strategy #63 Send postcards #410. Sometimes your best bet is to bet on her.” #398. If you ever want to know what makes you unique, sit for a caricature. #132 If you dont know what the word means, ask. “Always read something that will make you look good if you die in the middle of it.” – P.J O’Rourke #45 Wrap your own presents. #186 Have a favorite song, it doesnt have to be hip. 385 When traveling abroad, keep your wits about you, especially in Spain. #357. Trust the concierge #376. If you need music on the beach, you are missing the point. #68 Collect things #134 Remember to thank your hosts.