SEGD Denver Chapter - Sponsored by archetype

Denver Articles

Young Designers Ask Questions—Daisy Corso and Virginia Gehshan, FSEGD
Young Designers Ask Questions—Daisy Corso and Virginia Gehshan, FSEGD

Read Time: 6 minutes

In this series, SEGD connects young designers with the design leaders they admire so they can ask their burning questions and find answers to help guide them on their career path. In this article, Daisy Corso, an SEGD award-winning designer at ArtHouse Design (Denver) interviews Virginia Gehshan, FSEGD, co-founder and principal of Cloud Gehshan Associates (Philadelphia).

Marty Gregg's Sketchbook
Marty Gregg's Sketchbook
Arthouse Denver helped to revitalize the downtown 14th Street area.
Denver's 14th Street Revitalization

Thoughts and Opinions

How to Build Your Brand with Better Wayfinding
How to Build Your Brand with Better Wayfinding

By Marty Gregg, Principal, ArtHouse Design, Denver

Dating back to ancient empires and cultures, wayfinding historically helped the adventurous traveler navigate new and unmarked territories. Enhancing the user experience in today’s hot real estate market, wayfinding helps owners and managers of residential, commercial, industrial and land properties build their brand reputation—and save time and money.

Explore SEGD Award Winners

Denver International Airport Welcome Sign
Denver International Airport Welcome Sign
We are HSI—MSU Denver Hispanic Serving Institution Interactive Installation
We are HSI—MSU Denver Hispanic Serving Institution Interactive Installation
Denver RTD G-Line Windscreens
Denver RTD G-Line Windscreens
Learning to See
Learning to See

SEGD Talks - Denver videos

2018 Academic Summit Minneapolis - Daisy Corso & Jacki Peketz - Hispanic Serving Institution Interactive Installation
Daisy Corso & Jacki Peketz - Hispanic Serving Institution Interactive Installation
Joseph Labozan  - Planning and Designing for an International Gateway
Joseph Labozan - Planning and Designing for an International Gateway

Denver EGD Firms

Denver News

Home.Hope! Online Art Exhibit Features Art Inspired by Time at Home
Home.Hope! Online Art Exhibit Features Art Inspired by Time at Home

Read Time: 1.5 minutes

When work for Ink Lounge (Denver) owner, artist and screen printer Stuart Alden dried up due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, he reached out to artists in a similar situation to participate in an online art exhibit, each creating a work inspired by their time at home. The result is Home.Hope!, an online exhibit running through May 29, 2020. The show features 25 artists, with images screen printed by Ink Lounge and print sales directly supporting the artists and Access Gallery, a Denver nonprofit.

ArtHouse Design Debuts New Web Presence (image: website on computer and mobile)
ArtHouse Design Debuts New Web Presence

Read Time: <1 minute

With almost 30 years of experience, ArtHouse Design (Denver) is an internationally-recognized branding, placemaking and experiential graphic design firm. Recently ArtHouse announced their new, fully-custom website—designed and built by their own team. They created the new website from scratch, which tells the firm's story clearly, functionally and beautifully with more than 10 new projects, an updated and expanded offering of services, an interactive project map and more award-winning work than ever.