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ArtHouse Design is a Denver-based, full-service design agency devoted to the creation of beautiful, thoughtful design. Nimble and versatile, ArtHouse has a wide range of expertise, from wayfinding and signage to branding and logos, from print and packaging to digital and web. Specializing in designing and shaping user-friendly, built environments, ArtHouse leads the experiential and environmental graphic design industry in art direction for architecture, interior design and other placemaking opportunities. Principal and Creative Director Marty Gregg actively leads in the design community, serving as vice president for development at AIGA Colorado and president of the Community College of Denver's design advisory board.
Gregg is also a member of the advisory board to Colorado State University’s design department, serves on the Mayor’s Committee on Vital Signs for the City and County of Denver, and engages in speaking events across the country. At ArtHouse, Gregg leads a team of designers who creatively develop, enhance and reinvigorate brands while communicating their clients’ visions and goals. Maintaining the highest standards for both their work and relationships with clients, ArtHouse designers are constantly endeavoring to share their passion for design and to make it an enjoyable and fulfilling process along the way.
Branding and identity, city reviews and code compliance, construction administration, décor design, digital, web and social media design, donor recognition, experiential/environmental graphic design, fabrication management, illustration, naming, placemaking, public art, print/packaging, theming, wayfinding and signage
Civic and cultural, corporate, commercial and mixed-use, education, Fortune 500, grocery store, healthcare (such as children's hospitals), hotel and resort, local, national and international, multi-family residential, public and private sectors, restaurants and retail, small business
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