off screen and into your hands, we can design it all
vector, raster, bitmap, typography, fonts, lettering, the list goes on. let's skip the lingo and make something beautiful. let's make something beautiful together.
First Presbyterian Church came to us needing to redesign their logo to better tell the story of who they are.
Montag Physical Therapy needed a logo that embodies the services they offer and how they help their clients.
Becky Montag has a new startup providing women's health PT including specialized training in pre and postpartum care.
Kiwanis Club of Grand Junction had a rain forest theme this year. And what better than a pancake monkey to represent such a fun idea?
Patty is into the outdoors and exploring Colorado's mountains. This thank you card embodies a small piece of that, but sets the tone for adventure.
We like to say thank you, but also make you laugh. Also we're nerds here at Melinda McCaw Media so there you have it.
Melanie had a history of Volley Ball, and we thought a great concept would be Wilson from Cast Away as a center character.
579 Construction is a locally-woman-owned business in Western Colorado who needed a fresh look and website. We love that bright blue!
Brad Himes has a new startup servicing wells and pumps and needed a logo & business card package that matches his company's service quality.
Susan Eggert was looking to update her brand. We designed a clean monogram, and some business cards to match.
Miles at The Shop Hand, needed a strong, shop feeling logo that could be utilized for packaging and T-shirts.
Stefanie was in search of custom Thank You and Birthday cards to send to her clients that reflected her personality and style.
The Kiwanis Club of Grand Junction needed another poster this year, and we couldn't be happier to oblige them with some 100% custom artwork.
Rafael needed a logo that he wanted to have a somewhat retro feel, but still be inviting to people seeking a non secular approach to spiritualism.
Every year we donate a fun poster for the Kiwanis Pancake Day event in Grand Junction.
Melanie needed a clean fresh look for her print materials. We started with a simplified script log and her favorite color. The rest is history.
Chris needed a business card that would reflect the practice of Ortho-Bionomy while still standing out with a clear message and typography.
Owner of GoGo Graves Rick Graves, needed a business card to go with his clean branding and website build.