Alper Yurtseven

Alper Yurtseven, SEGD, IDSA

Alper Yurtseven, SEGD, IDSA is a senior experiential graphic designer and project manager at Mayer/Reed in Portland, Oregon. His work is focused on signage and wayfinding design for PDX Next, a major renovation and expansion of the Portland International airport spanning multiple architectural teams and construction companies. With a background in industrial design, he brings to his work both a creative and technical understanding of form giving.   

Alper Yurtseven

Brian Erlinder

Chicago native turned sunny Southern California transplant, Brian Erlinder is a multi-disciplinary graphic designer with over 20 years of experience, currently directing firmwide branding and signage efforts for the architecture and design firm SAA. Prior to joining SAA to build and grow the practice area he led branding and signage efforts for Gensler’s Newport Beach office and served as a Senior Designer for Perkins+Will’s Chicago office.

Brian Erlinder
Huntington Beach, CA

Sean Tomlin

I founded Designer Wraps in December of 2006 as a vinyl wrapping speciality shop; from creating livery and wrapping race cars to design and producing commercial vehicle wraps for advertising. Over the years, Designer Wraps has moved into more Corporate Interior Branding (both design, production and installation) space as well as sticking to (no pun intended) its roots in the Commercial / Fleet Vehicle branding markets.

Sean Tomlin
Designer Wraps & Signs

Plus at AP+I Design

We are brand storytellers.
We work with you to craft a narrative that translates your brand into experiences that connect with people. Through large, bold statements or small touches that surprise and delight, we map your story onto the built environment to create spaces that reflect your brand and goals.

Graphic House, Inc.

Since our 1976 establishment in Wausau, Wisconsin, Graphic House, Inc. (GHI) has grown from a local sign company to a national signage firm.  We are a women-owned business enterprise (WBE) that prides ourselves on our ability to capture visions in their physical form by engineering and fabricating unique and superior-quality structures that showcase each client’s identity.  

Edward Kuliesis

Wayfinding | Signage | Experiential | Graphic Design

Specializing in wayfinding, signage, communications, exhibit programs and print.

Extensive experience developing wayfinding signage solutions for a variety of Clients, whose projects focus upon three-dimensional solutions. Including work for airports, colleges, corporate, cultural centers, education, governmental commissions, health-care organizations, municipalities, museums and universities.

Edward Kuliesis
Studio Kul


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