The Collected Self is a home staging company. They wanted a natural yet modern feeling logo. Design by collective member Dinele Stewart
The Big Bay Relay has been around since 1972 and they were long overdue for a new logo. We created a logo with calming colors, simplistic elements, as well as clean typography. Design by collective member Taeler Schulte.
This logo was created for a short term rental. They wanted something simple with natural elements along with their address as the name (100 North). Design by Ian Altobello
Dust For You, a well-established cleaning company, needed a new logo for their company. They wanted a simple yet modern design. The specific shade of green is associated with cleanliness, growth, and prosperity. Design by collective member Maddie Arquette.
The Honey Bear Classic is a cross country ski race that was established in 1989. Their logo was very outdated so they came to us for a new one. We made sure to keep this logo bi-colored and playful. Design by collective member Taeler Schulte.
A modern logo with feminine and earthy vibes. This was designed for an accounting business. Design by collective member Maddie Arquette.
A simplistic design with earthy elements. We incorporated the Alder flower as the "center piece." Design by collective member Dinele Stewart.
The Yonder Studio wanted a simple "words only" logo. Instead of having the entire name of the business as the logo, we wanted to use an abbreviation with hypermodern typography. Design by collective member John Sheehan.
From t-shirt designs to brochures, we helped Discover Big Bay with their design and branding needs. Designs by collective member Joel Siegel.
Rozie's Relsa is getting ready to pitch to large food conglomerates and wanted their brand to have more life and equity, so they wanted animation assets and we provided just that! See below animated videos for Rozie's Relsa. Animations by collective member, Faycrest Studio.
We wanted this poster to have a fun and nostalgic motif -- all while integrating modern elements. Design by Joel Siegel.
Simply put, we all fell in love with this one...shoutout to collective member, Taeler Schulte on designing it!
The MQT Fringe wanted a poster for Art Week that had the iconic Ore Dock 'reconnecting' back with nature. Design by collective member Dinele Stewart.
We wanted to give this poster a warm Fall motif. Instead of doing a standard design, we created the dog and the entire design out of individual leaf shapes. Zoom in and check out that detail! Design by collective member Joel Siegel.
We wanted to provide a poster that discretely incorporated Pride's colors. To do so, we created a colorful design of Marquette's downtown with a pastel motif. Design by collective member Dinele Stewart.
The owners of Lakenenland wanted to have us incorporate the parks big red chair as well as their dog. Collective member Joel Siegel did a spectacular job at illustrating this.
Website Design and Development
Superiorland Maps is a website that has all of the trails within the greater Marquette County. We optimized this website primarily for mobile users and low cell signal since most trailheads have poor cell service. Site created by collective member Keith Ellis.
Innovate Marquette wanted a new website to go along with their new logo and renovated office downtown. We used semi-detailed illustrations as well as integrating their brand colors within the websites elements. Site created by collective member Ben Stewart
Their site needed a major overhaul, so we created one with a better UX and a clean yet simple design. Site created by collective member Keith Ellis.
Make It Marquette, a talent attraction initiative, needed a high quality website that only captured users but one that had thoughtful UX. Site created by collective member Ben Stewart.
This was a really fun shoot for Skymint Cannabis at Michigan Ice Fest 2019 for social media content. Photo by Ian Altobello.
From drone photography to high-end interior shots, our photographers are ready to make your listing stand out. Photo by Ian Altobello.
The NMU Foundation needed a quick drone shot of Marquette's old hospital for the proposed redevelopment of the site. Photo by Ian Altobello.
This photoshoot incorporated everything from surgeries to group/individual photos of the staff members. Photos by Ian Altobello.
This photoshoot was for Robert Alton's new jewelry line. The new line is "everyday jewelry for everyday men", so we wanted to have several different scenes of men acting out everyday kind of tasks. Photo by Ian Altobello.
Gina Thorsen, the new president of Stormy Kromer, wanted fresh headshots for not only her social media profiles but also for media stories. This headshot was used in a Forbes article. Photo by collective member John Scheibe.
We shot lifestyle photos for their social media content. Photo by Ian Altobello.
Soul Responsibility, a funky hip-hop band with a dash of soul, wanted some high quality photos of their first big show at Ore Dock Brewing Co. Photo by Ian Altobello.