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1401 Lawrence in SEGD Member News

1401 Lawrence in SEGD Member News

ArtHouse Design’s work for 1401 Lawrence was recently highlighted in the member news section of the Society for Experiential Graphic Design’s (SEGD) website and in its SEGD Weekly newsletter. “[SEGD is] the global, multidisciplinary community of professionals who plan, design, and build experiences that connect people to place. We…

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ArtHouse River Day 2017

ArtHouse River Day 2017

Last Friday we closed the office for the day and the ArtHouse Design team took to the Colorado River for a day of kayaking and team-building. Everyone met up bright and early to drive to Bond, Colorado where we rented our inflatable ducky kayaks and entered…

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Play Ball!

Play Ball!

The ArtHouse team recently took the opportunity to attend a Colorado Rockies game for a bit of after-work fun and to enjoy Denver’s beautiful summer weather. On a sunny Tuesday afternoon, the team met up for wine and charcuterie before the game in Denver’s Historic…

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Denver Egotist Features Colfax Ave Rebrand

Denver Egotist Features Colfax Ave Rebrand

ArtHouse Design was recently featured in an article on the Denver Egotist. “The Denver Egotist is an anonymously-run website featuring the best creative, the best talent and the best resources in Denver – keeping it all in the greater context of what’s happening internationally. Our…

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ArtHouse at 2017 SEGD Conference

ArtHouse at 2017 SEGD Conference

This year, ArtHouse Senior Designer Zach Kotel attended the 2017 SEGD (Society for Experiential Graphic Design) Conference in Miami, Florida. Zach was recently selected to be the chair of the Denver chapter of SEGD, so he was thrilled to be able to connect with the other chapter chairs…

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ArtHouse Welcomes New Design Intern from MSU Denver

ArtHouse Welcomes New Design Intern from MSU Denver

ArtHouse Design is adding a fresh face to its dynamic lineup of award-winning designers with the addition of our newest summer intern, Daisy Corso. Originally a native of Youngstown, Ohio, Daisy is currently finishing her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Communication Design from Metropolitan…

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Marty’s Sketchbook Featured in SEGD Sketchbook Gallery

Marty’s Sketchbook Featured in SEGD Sketchbook Gallery

Our principal Marty Gregg’s iconic sketchbooks were recently featured in the Society for Experiential Graphic Design’s (SEGD) online sketchbook gallery alongside other nationally and internationally recognized environmental and experiential graphic designers. “[SEGD is] the global, multidisciplinary community of professionals who plan, design, and build experiences that connect people…

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SEGD Features 14th Street Redevelopment Case Study

SEGD Features 14th Street Redevelopment Case Study

ArtHouse Design’s work for Denver’s 14th Street Redevelopment was recently highlighted in a feature article on the Society for Experiential Graphic Design’s (SEGD) website and in its SEGD Weekly newsletter. “[SEGD is] the global, multidisciplinary community of professionals who plan, design, and build experiences that connect people to place. We…

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Zach Kotel Named SEGD Denver Chapter Chair

Zach Kotel Named SEGD Denver Chapter Chair

ArtHouse Design’s very own Senior Designer, Zach Kotel, was recently selected to serve as one of the Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD) Denver chapter Co-Chairs. Zach will serve a 3 year term, in which he will help plan several yearly chapter functions and increase…

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ARTHOUSE AT THE 2017 ISA SIGN EXPO

ARTHOUSE AT THE 2017 ISA SIGN EXPO

ArtHouse Design had the opportunity to send two team members to the International Sign Association’s 2017 Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada as part of the Experiential Design Program (XDP). This convention is one of the biggest in the sign industry. According to the International Sign…

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