Logos that fit like gloves are a Studio Hill Design specialty. No fuss — just the best logos tailored for the best brands. Come try one on.
Thanks Albuquerque! Studio Hill Design has been named one of the top three Website Design Companies in the Albuquerque Journal 2019 Reader’s Choice Awards! With nearly 100,000 votes cast, we think that is super sweet! If your website is in need of some love, Let’s Connect!
At almost 25’ high, this giant was designed by the team at Studio Hill Design.
North 109, at the northeast corner of San Mateo and Mcleod, is a re-development of 12+ acres by Garcia Realty & Development. The large plot includes the soon-to-be-reopened Putt-Putt mini-golf, Fresenius Kidney Care and several other businesses. Additional businesses and buildings are planned for the plot as well.
The sign’s colors and materials establish the brand and style palette for the entire development and the panels on the lower right provide space for future tenant names.
Cruise on by, check it out, and stay tuned for our next big thing!
We wear a lot of hats around here. One of them is Interior Branding*. And one of our favorite elements of Interior Branding is the design of custom wallpaper. From floor to ceiling, we can create custom walls that tell your story.
From maximum impact to subtle nuance, our custom wall treatments make a powerful statement about your business. And beyond walls, we can expand your interior brand into your entire space, immersing all who enter in your unique culture. Our clients have found that letting us create their interiors has improved everything from their bottom line to their employees’ morale.
A first impression is everything. Maximize it.
*Interior Branding tells the story of your company’s brand culture. Your brand’s history, style and vision are illustrated using integrated graphic elements and interior design features. This creates a powerful brand experience for all who enter your space, from customers to employees.
Wallpaper design illustrating the progression of manufacturing history for New Mexico MEP.
The wallpaper at Specialized Trust Services mirrors the “Field Guide”, a promotional book designed by Studio Hill Design.
The inviting break room for employees at Meyners+Company. We named it “Meyners Diner,” and its purpose was to help attract more young recruits into the workforce.
Putting our money where our mouth is, wallpaper in our own office illustrating a quote by Milton Glaser: To design is to communicate clearly through whatever means you can control or master.
Branding? Check. Graphic Design? Check. Illustration? Check! We recently delivered a thick stack of these 18×24 posters to The Oldest House Indian Shop in Santa Fe. Also known as The De Vargas Street House, the structure was built in 1646 and is considered one of the oldest in America. Our approach to the subject was to honor the history of the location as well as pay homage to traditional travel posters. Our feeling is that we have hit the mark for both travelers and locals. If you plan to visit Santa Fe, you can expect to come across this image soon. It is an instant classic destined for distribution in many forms. Get to Oldest House asap if you want one from the first printing.
We are the missing link between you and your potential customer. Find out how on our new home page. #LetsConnect
Here is a promo we put together for our little side project MurosAbq.
MurosABQ is Albuquerque’s Mural Directory.
A special thank you goes out to Maddox & Co. and Garcia Automotive Group who stepped up to help fund the ambitious effort to get MurosABQ.com started. Information and support for the website were provided by Downtown Albuquerque Arts & Cultural District, City of Albuquerque Public Art, 516 ARTS, Warehouse 508, Working Classroom, and “a biz by bre.”
…and we’ve only just begun.
19 years in one spot and we’re finally getting a proper sign! We feel so grown up now. Everything has been brightened up with a fresh coat of paint and custom cut vinyl along with the nifty 3-D arch over our door.
Swing by, check it out, and say hello!
Local designer Sandy Hill took a trip to Argentina and upon returning was inspired to highlight and honor Albuquerque’s public art in the ways that other world-class cities do.