our work.

What do each of our projects have in common? The success of our clients. Because at the end of the day, it’s our 25 years of experience that has allowed us to foster long term relationships with our clients. From naming to full scale branding, we bring a distinct vision to every project. The result is stunning work that puts our client’s concept on a pedestal. Welcome to Brand Envy. We create thoughtful brands with enviable solutions.

case studies


Authentic Mexican steakhouse where A5 rules.

cafe madeline

French details come alive in a Bahamian retreat.

fog room

Ratpack style rooftop bar in downtown Seattle


Waterside “spot to be” in Friday Harbor.

moss + oak

Southern charm in the heart of Savannah.


Argentine grill in the heart of Seattle.

menu layout design / templates

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Our comprehensive services help you integrate the interior and exterior of the menu by matching our menu products with interior menu layout that showcase your creations.

Founders / Designers



nadine stellavato brown

Founder & designer, Nadine joined Lost Luggage in 1999. Discovering that they shared more than a love of great design, Jason Brown and Nadine Stellavato Brown were married in 1999. Fueled by their shared passion for innovative cuisine, Nadine and Jason went on to develop Taste Envy, a menu and collateral design service with focus on restaurant and hospitality clients.

Raised in Los Angeles, Stellavato Brown moved to San Francisco to attend California College of Arts and Crafts, from which she received a BFA degree in Graphic Design. Throughout her career, she has garnered many awards including several BlackBook Annual Report Awards; the Studio Magazine Award, Creativity, Inc., Supon Design Group; PDN 24 Self Promo Awards; Graphis and is included in the Frye Art Museum. She has been a judge for Black Book's AR 100 and has taught at the School of Visual Communications in Seattle and Art Center in Pasadena and Academy of Art in San Francisco.


jason brown

is the founder, product designer and principal of Lost Luggage. He started the company in 1993 with a passion to design and produce custom portfolios and presentation cases for patrons who are searching for high quality and artistry.

He's inspired by the attention to detail in handcrafted objects and believes that craftsmanship of this kind is a "lost art" and should be cherished in a time when commercialization and mass marketing have become the norm.

Born in New York City and raised in Pittsburgh, Jason has been surrounded with industrialism and technology for most of his life, which can be easily seen in the products created at Lost Luggage.

He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from American University in Washington DC in 1992, with a major in Design and an emphasis in Photography and Art History. Jason's natural appreciation for how things are artfully constructed inspired him to explore the ways of industrial design and three-dimensional construction.