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
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
The Idaho Workers Opportunity Network, an AFL-CIO program, looked to us to develop a print campaign focused on attracting younger workers, specifically women, to skilled, union trades. We developed an identity, and consistent collateral material, including posters, flyers, brochures, and an accompanying website, combined with custom content, headlines, and call-to-actions, to support their efforts.
In 2009, working with several local organizations, Magnuson Design helped to develop the International Mountain Bike Film Festival which debuted on June 10th, 2009. As the acting creative director for the event, we handled the marketing collateral, advertising and event materials, as well as fundraising efforts. The successful event raised money for the International Rescue Committee, SWIMBA, and the Idaho Velodrome … Read More