Studio Hill Design and MurosABQ.com are proud to announce MuraLOVE, an initiative to paint 10 new murals on public buildings in Albuquerque! The initiative is sponsored by City of ABQ Public Arts Program and we are partnering with them to launch the call to entries. Just log onto MurosConnect.com to enter or learn more. Entries are due by March, 16th, 2020. Albuquerque is about to get a lot more colorful!
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.
Word gets around. Check out this nice little feature on MurosAbq.com from our friends down south. It seems even our neighbors appreciate the unique resource that our local artists provide in Albuquerque. Could a MurosRuidoso be on the horizon?
“Albuquerque is an art-filled city, and street art is such an authentic reflection of our heart, soul and people. These pieces deserve our attention.”
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.
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!