We were presented with a little challenge from a long-time client, to redesign and produce a business card that is also a sticker. The results are these 2.5″ x2.5″ 2-sided, round cornered, card-stock, crack and peel, branded business cards with an updated design utilizing faded graphics and icons. A combination of design and functionality.
We worked with Omnigo! Events to develop a poster for the 2020 Lyle Pearson 200 cycling relay race. Having designed the logo several years ago, we remained consistent with the simple silhouette style cyclist and based the design on a vintage Italian cycling poster, including a custom drawn, and somewhat abstract, mountain range. Learn more about the event here https://www.omnigoevents.com/event/lp200-2020/
The Southwest Idaho Electrical Training Center recently looked to Magnuson Design to help with the development, design, and printing of a JATC Apprenticeship marketing campaign. We developed an 8-page booklet including headlines, copy-points, and imagery, and several other branded collateral pieces directed at graduating high school students and young adults entering the workforce or college. This completed kit will be … Read More
Advertising, signage, print collateral, social media, a little copywriting, photo work, and more for a recently completed campaign in support of the opening of Good Burger’s downtown location. If you’re in the area check them out, it really is a Good Burger and a company that is doing good, and did we mention good fries, and good beer.
This print project for Northpoint Recovery was the result of combining multiple collateral pieces into one comprehensive brochure for use as an initial sales tool. Our goal was to create a compelling, effective and easy-to-look-at design that the audience could connect with on an emotional level. This was achieved through the use of outdoor and lifestyle photography, faded background imagery, … Read More
Partnering with MSVM Group on this national trade ad for Southern Idaho Economic Development Organization, we took a minimal approach to explain a big footprint, a carbon footprint that is. With the area’s recent announcement of producing commercial renewable energy in all 5 categories; wind, solar, hydropower, geothermal and biomass, it was the perfect opportunity for a big print (ad) … Read More
Our annual “Idaho Day” project is once again complete and the banners are hung. This year we’ve surrounded the Idaho State Capitol building with state symbols complete with legislative adoption dates. Working with The Idaho State Historical Society, Communications et al, Drotleff Creative, and CMYK Graphics, our idea for an illustrated representation of the state symbols of Idaho has been realized. Get … Read More
In 2009 we had the privilege of volunteering our time to work with several local organizations as part of Mountain Bike Idaho, a non-profit organization developing the first mountain bike specific specialty license plate in the country. This effort included legislation detailing the collection and distribution of funds, design of the plate, and marketing campaigns to meet the state’s requirement for … Read More
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