2016 By the Numbers

Posted Dec 29, 2016 & filed under Agency News, Work, Culture

We’ve had a great year thanks to our awesome clients and creative, up-for-anything staff. Through 365 days of challenging — and rewarding — work, we’ve racked up big numbers and gone through so much coffee. So, so much coffee.

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We are Graphic Designers.

Posted May 13, 2011 & filed under Technology, Community, Confab, Culture, News, Opinion

We are skilled at many things: crafting strategic marketing plans, conceiving creative advertising campaigns, building beautiful websites, designing thoughtful interfaces, and harnessing technology. That said, we are Graphic Designers! We value illustration, typography, color theory, infographics, and all things design. Specifically, we help our clients meet business goals with strategic design — design that gets results and hits your target audience right in the kisser. When hired, we ask a lot of questions of our clients and we push them to share their expertise. We're in it together, striving to reach a common end goal...and, exceed it.

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New Work: Barrique 33 Wine Tours

Posted Aug 28, 2010 & filed under Technology, Culture, New Work

In order to sell luxury tours in the United States, Claude was in need of Brand that truly represents the Bordeaux experience. The Brand Identity needed to capture the heritage and juxtaposition of historic Bordeaux culture and modern/luxury travel. Our design team knew we had something when Ryan Lascano shared his initial sketch of a hand-drawn typographic mark. Our clients loved the reflection of traditional typography and the highlighted '33' to represent the French code for the region.

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Three is the Magic Number

Posted Jul 2, 2010 & filed under Culture

We're thrilled to be moving at a blistering pace three years into the game. As someone recently mentioned on Twitter, "Time flies when you work 80 hours a week." We've certainly worked hard in the past three years or so (but, not quite that hard).

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Cupcake Collective

Posted Aug 16, 2009 & filed under Boise, Community, Culture, Events

Cupcake Collective, an event headed by Carew Co.’s Leigh Ann Dufurrena, was held August 15th at The Linen Building.  With 2500 cupcakes, over 100 cupcake making participants and hundreds of cupcake connoisseurs – the community cupcake carousal was a great time for all and raised over $3000, benefiting TrICA (Treasure Valley Institute for Children’s Arts). Success never tasted so sweet!

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Show and Tell: Postcrossing

Posted Jul 30, 2009 & filed under Confab, Culture, Opinion, Show and Tell

I love random!  I love people!  I love getting personal things in the mail; the smallest note from someone is a gift!  All of these elements add up to why I love Postcrossing, The Postcard Crossing Project.

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Social Media a la Mode

Posted Jul 7, 2009 & filed under Technology, Boise, Confab, Culture, Opinion

I have a degree in Communication with an emphasis in Public Relations and Art. I like to think of myself as a visual communicator. I’m another creative mind in the office, trying to hone in where I can best apply myself. I’m here for Carew Co., our clients and projects, gluing it all together.

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Vale Wine Co. Website

Posted Jan 27, 2009 & filed under Technology, Boise, Culture, New Work

We're fortunate to have met Winemaker John & Vicki Danielson and their business partners. They are great clients/people who were active participants in the process are open to our ideas and opinions along the way. Due to this balance and ability to be trusted guides in our exploration, the result is something we're very proud of.

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Urban Winemakers Cooperative

Posted Dec 19, 2008 & filed under Boise, Community, Culture, New Work

Out of a savvy business idea came a great creative opportunity.

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Ryan Lascano

Posted Oct 24, 2008 & filed under Boise, Culture, News

Ryan joins our team by way of Noot Group, where he spent the past couple years as a designer. Prior to that, Ryan graduated from the Art Institute of Orange County, got his hands dirty at a print shop doing production, and rolled up his sleeves at a Los Angeles-based Architecture firm.

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