Category Archives: business cards

Business Cards I’ve designed

These won’t go in the circular file

These won’t go in the circular file

I designed new business cards for Patsy this month. I wanted them to look bright and shiny just like her clay art. I had her stamp a piece of clay and sign it as she does all her work, into the wet clay. She then airbrushed the glaze on as she does with most ofContinue Reading

New Business Cards for Me

New Business Cards for Me

Working on projects for myself is so much more difficult than producing work for others. I don’t have someone holding my hand, leading me through all the important questions about my business as I do for my clients. Yet, I needed new business cards. I was inspired by some new shapes offered by one ofContinue Reading

Maita Communications

Maita Communications

  Project: Maita Communications is a small PR firm recently relocated from the Bay Area to the Eastside of Lake Washington. Steve needed a brochure to send out to local real estate developers and builders to inform them of his unique expertise. Solution: I created a brochure with lots of beautiful houses to draw inContinue Reading

Ebb & Flow Massage

Ebb & Flow Massage

Project: Marissa had an established massage therapy clientele but had recently changed her business name and location. She needed to update the look of her business cards to reflect her new studio. Adding a line of bath and beauty products meant she needed packaging too. Solution: For her new business card, I created a scriptContinue Reading

The Loft Hair Salon

The Loft Hair Salon

Project: Joyce had her own hair salon in Kirkland. I designed business and appointment cards and signage for her Salon Savasana several years ago. Recently, she has joined The Loft as a stylist. She needed to inform her clients of her move. I was given a low resolution logo for The Loft and an oldContinue Reading

Patsy Thola Chamberlain

Patsy Thola Chamberlain

Project: Patsy Thola Chamberlain is an acclaimed ceramic artist, but her move from Northern California to Skagit Valley, Washington meant her loyal clients had trouble finding their favorite artist. I wanted to show Patsy’s verve for color and form without competing with it and create a visually compelling website with great SEO so searchers couldContinue Reading