We worked with the Lakeview Chamber to create branding and marketing materials for Art Lakeview: A Pop-Up Art Experience, a yearly "strolling gallery" that allows people to experience the neighborhood through local artwork. We created branding that was flexible enough to be used across multiple uses and sizes.
We worked with the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago to create an invitation and exhibit graphics for the exhibition, La Nación Huichol: From the Sea to the Desert. The goal was to create a visual identity that reflected—and respected—the Huichol art and culture. After the exhibit closes, the exhibit panels we designed will be donated to the Huichol in Mexico.
We have been working with Chicago-based organization Family Focus for the past several years to create an invitation and promotional materials for their annual spring benefit. The theme varies each year, but the goal is always to create a connection between the organization's important cause and their friends and supporters.
Working with Lidia is a seamless experience. She is creative and reliable. Her designs have been consistently excellent. She also communicates with our printer directly which helps me a great deal. Lidia is a joy to work with.
– Ellen R. Canter, Director of Development, Family Focus, Inc.
We worked with global brand experience agency Jack Morton Worldwide to create a graphic identity and print collateral for Looptopia, an all-night arts celebration in downtown Chicago that they produced. After creating the overall look based on the energy and excitement of the event, we applied it to various promotional materials such as maps, banners and signage.