Dream Big Logo Design

BlackStone Studio just finished a new custom logo for the Montessori School of San Antonio’s 2019 Annual Spring Gala. I had the pleasure of working on their 2018 Spring Gala logo and invitation, which was recently awarded an American Graphic Design Award and now we are gearing up for next year’s gala, themed “Dream Big — Restoring the Past. Building the Future.” The 2019 gala is focused on raising funds for the renovation of their main building, so we made the school entryway our inspiration for the artwork. Check it out above!

2018 American Graphic Design Awards

I’m thrilled to announce that BlackStone Studio has been awarded three 2018 American Graphic Design Awards! This annual competition by Graphic Design USA honors outstanding new work from creative professionals from all over the country. Roughly 10,000 entries were submitted this year alone, and only a highly selective 10% were recognized. I’m so honored to be a part of that group! Check out the winning projects below.

Category: Logo Design

Client: University of the Incarnate Word — Music Therapy Student Association

Category: Invitation Design

Client: The Wishing Well — Montessori School of San Antonio Spring Gala

Category: Website Design

Client: EcoEDI

LED Electric Retrofit Website Design

I’m so pumped to tell you about the newest website that BlackStone Studio just launched! My longtime client, Ubaldo Parra, is the owner of LED Electric & Lighting Contractors. I designed their logo and website a while ago. I’m sure you’ve seen their vans around town! Ubaldo reached out to me a few weeks ago to create a brand new website dedicated to one part of his business. So, we designed LED Electric Retrofit, a separate site focused specifically on lighting retrofit services—you have to see their before and after photos, they are amazing! So check out their new site at www.ledelectrictx.com

Yo Yo Trucking Website Design

I’m excited to share that BlackStone Studio just launched a new website for Yo Yo Trucking, a local company that can haul a variety of materials. Jake Bernhard, the owner, has been a long time client and friend so I was very happy to work on this project with him. Our biggest challenge on this website was content. The nature of this business doesn’t require much online information. He didn’t need product pictures, before/after photos, lengthy service descriptions, or complex informational content. His services are simple and straightforward. His potential clients just want to know three things: who the company is, what they can haul and how to get in contact with them. So we decided his website should reflect that in a clear and concise way. The result is a beautiful, one-page minimal site and that’s easy to navigate and super practical. Check it out at www.yoyotrucking.com

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