R&R Health and Wellness Center


octor Rhonda Eickholt needed a logo for her new health and wellness center in Stevensville, Montana. Using inspiration from her office colors and the mood and energy she wanted to convey through her brand we created a logo for her business. In addition to the logo work we also designed a new letterhead and business card as well as outdoor and indoor signage.

Logo & Business Card Design
Letterhead Design
Responsive Website


Stephanie Hindman

Stefanie came to us with lots of great ideas and a passion for her new business plan that she was trying to create. She’s a Lifestyle coach and full time mother that needed help in showcasing all that she does. Stefanie had an old blog that just wasn’t working for her, so she needed a whole new look. A website that was flexible and able to communicate her dynamic life. She wanted a logo that reflected her personality and photography that was a look into her life. We worked with Stefanie to take visions and create something that would work now and into the future. Her new site with logo, photography, and design was launched in the fall of 2017.


Revealing Rhythms in Wood


culpture Artist Steve Woodhouse came to us with some beautiful art pieces and a desire for a complete brand identity for his studio.  We created photography of his work, a logo design, business cards, printed portfolio book and a website.  Leaving the artist to focus on his craft so he can be creative and not bogged down with these branding details. 

Logo & Business Card Design
Printed Portfolio
Responsive Website

Morgan Metalworks


hane Morgan works with liquid metal and castings. For his business we first started by researching typefaces for his unique brand. Then we took photographs of a crucible and turned them into vector art for infinite scaling. Finally we created a custom business card and landing page for his upcoming website.


Drift & Taper Studios


rift & Taper Studios owner and artist, Charlie Koelling, had a basic logo but it needed a little sprucing up. We took his “Montana Anvil” and a added a woodcut texture, then researched and applied a new typeface for his brand. As a final thought we helped bring his new logo to life on t-shirts and hats.