Art, is a statement. It can exist on its own. Design, however, must answer a question or provide a solution to a problem. We pride ourselves on answering those questions for our clients. 

With a life-long commitment to the arts, we understand the breadth and depth of creative development for virtually every touchpoint while also equally committed to the fusion of design with technology.

Every project begins with a simple definition phase; what problem are we trying to solve or product are we bringing to market? We consider all aspects of the project when we work through the design phase.

Development of a solution is an iterative process that builds upon the success in steps. The iteration of the user experience is informed from the along the way from user feedback during testing.

Our commitment to our clients is to work together to find a solution that meets the business needsw hile valuing their customers is paramount to a successful delivery.

Our approach, however, is always to provide a complete pathway to implement solutions that delight our clients and their customers.

Some of our clients:

Recent Posts From Our Blog

Batman, Samurai

Illustration of an alternate reality Batman; dressed as a traditional Samurai warrior. With the popularity of Shogun streaming now, I wanted to revisit an earlier version of this treatment with a bit more natural media feel to the piece.  Follow along here and our...

May 21

It was 36 years ago today, that I walked across the stage, what is now Miller Theater, and received my diploma as a member of the first graduation class of The University of the Arts. I had entered the Philadelphia College of Art (PCA) and during my time in Philly,...

Alien Day 24

Another day to celebrate the great Alien Day and the great LV-426 where the crew of the Nostromo first encounters the Xenomorph.

John McClane

Portrait of the great Bruce Willis in his iconic role as John McClane in John McTiernan’s 1988 action classic, “Die Hard”.

Eccentric Iterations

Iterating one of the latest projects on the drawing board. A font derived from the posters of the early 20th Century – Eccentric Display. Also resurrected an alternate typeface specimen sheet for this post.

Eccentric

Eccentric Display is a decorative display font based on typography from the Parisian posters of the early 20th Century.

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