Thank you, Downtown Albuquerque Arts & Cultural District for trusting Studio Hill with your logo project!
Our goal was to create a fun, accessible brand identity that encompasses the breadth of arts + culture goings-on in the downtown district.
Let’s all support our dynamic local art scene!
The Arts & Cultural District creatively supports the arts and culture ecosystem of Downtown Albuquerque. They magnify the reach and capacity of innovative organizations and individuals, forging a vibrant and prosperous downtown community for everyone.
Sandy went to Buenos Aires, and all we got was this blog post. Her discovery: The four key factors of life in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
#1 — GRAFFITI
It is celebrated, marginally legal, and everywhere.
#2 — WOMEN’S SHOES
Apparently a trend for several years, all the women want to be taller. A lot taller.
#3 — ART
Stunning museums, cultural centers and public art abound.
#4 — PEOPLE PAY TO HAVE THEIR DOGS WALKED
And the dogs are very cooperative.
We are proud to help preserve Corrales farmland with pro-bono print materials. If you live in Corrales, get out and vote on March 6th!
A box of … paperclips ? Yup! And a Studio Hill Design logo-shaped magnetic paperclip holder. Happy Valentine’s Day to you from us!
Albuquerque Rapid Transit and Mayor Richard Berry were awarded NAIOP’s Chairman’s Award and Studio Hill Design gets it’s share of the credit for the graphics and the branding. Also mentioned are HDR Inc., the engineering lead on the project, Dekker/Perich/Sabatin, who supplied all architectural and landscape services and prime contractor Bradbury Stamm Construction.
Get all the juicy bits right here and congrats to the city of Albuquerque.
The first ART bus rolled into ABQ this week. The exterior and interior design was created by Studio Hill Design as part of the overall ART brand development. Check out the news report below. Next up … station signage.
Albuquerque Rapid Transit signs designed by Studio Hill Design are in full production. Lighting and paint are next.
Looking for adventure? Look no further than the 44 page guidebook we crafted from the ground up for Specialized IRA Services. This hefty tome is printed on #120 cover and smartly coil bound for quick reference. SIS wanted to target a younger, adventurous demographic who are not afraid to carve their own financial path. This fun-to-read reference book gets them off to a running start.
Caution: Illustrator at Work! Yes. We do in-house illustration. Within the next few weeks Studio Hill Design will be delivering fresh batch of menus to Thunder Road Steakhouse and Cantina at Route 66 Casino. The menus are offset printed on newsprint for a newsletter like feel. We love seeing these roll off the webpress! Let’s do shots!