Marstudio designed several fact sheets for our client Cure HHT. Cure HHT is an organization dedicated to helping people affected by HHT (Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia) by educating patients and physicians and improving treatments, among other things.
The purpose of these fact sheets is to empower individuals with knowledge about the disease and offer information to spouses,[…]
The City of Melbourne, Australia is recognized as a center of culture, arts, education, and more. It is known for its cultural diversity and the many programs and activities the city sponsors. Melbourne’s new brand had to reflect this multifaceted identity.[…]
Bethesda Family Therapy has been a long-time client of Marstudio. Our relationship started with a logo, and grew to include various print collateral, PowerPoint templates, directory ads, executive portraiture, and more. A new website was a long-term goal set by the owner of Bethesda Family Therapy,[…]
FirstTeam VIP was a newly conceived company when they engaged the Marstudio team. We worked together to develop a logo and corporate identity, as well as a few time sensitive print items. From there we began work on their brochure-based website.[…]
MaryAnne Fiorita has been a Montgomery County realtor for over 30 years and has built a brand around her name and her dedication to excellence. Unfortunately, the visual representation of the MaryAnne Fiorita brand did not reflect her experience and success.[…]
The new logo for the MIT Media Lab has received high praise over the last few days, as it deserves. The logo is quite interesting for all the paradoxes it seems to represent.
One of the main goals of MIT Media Lab’s rebrand was to provide the Lab with a fixed logo that could also be dynamic.[…]
Vanilla Inc. is a new business who came to Marstudio in need of an original identity, lots of marketing collateral, and consulting on environmental design. The cornerstone of Vanilla’s new identity is the logo. It is both modern and elegant,[…]
Arts Santa Monica is a contemporary art museum in Barcelona, located on the famous La Rambla. The building’s historic roots as a convent are contrasted with a large diagonal ramp that spreads across the face of the building. The ramp was designed by well-known architects Helio Piñon and Albert Viaplana,[…]