The painted Christian Aunts & Uncles logo inspired the stationery design.
Christian Aunts & Uncles wanted business cards they could print themselves.
Bishop Aymond was instrumental in relocating St. Patrick parish to the town of Hutto.
We all know about the Hail Mary pass. This ad speaks directly to it’s Catholic audience by making reference to praying the rosary.
St. Patrick parish is young and bursting with spirit.
Every year the Dioceses of Austin Vocation office produces poster to promote religious vocations.
CA&U wanted to emphasize their family atmosphere and use of arts and crafts as a teaching tool in their logo.
These brochure designs continue the visual identity of this young parish.
The Made of Wynn blog author needed a business card to share at conferences and other networking opportunities.
Made of win, yes. Made of fail, no way. Made of Wynn is a blog debunking myths about the middle ages and posting letters to a fictitious patron who would fund the author’s PhD.
This ad was inspired by popular culture and confidence in our young adults.
An ad welcoming a new Bishop.
These booklets are an affordable, updated twist on the traditional leather bound prayer books.
The architect’s master plan for the parish campus inspired this stationery.
This package design emulates look of fine jewelry or perfume rather than tea.
Charles Graham is skilled carpenter and handyman, meaning he can do almost anything around the house.
Newgrange is a sustainable design, construction, and development company.