Howdy! I have degrees in Communication Design and Art History, and I love combining elements of the past and present to create something unique and new. Most of my spare time is consumed by my three dogs.
Hi! I’m a senior in high school. As a thespian, I am passionate about the fine arts, including music and visual arts. Once I graduate high school, I want to go into communications, design, or advertising.
Hello! I'm a senior in high school. I have a passion for game development and once I graduate high school, I am hoping to go into game art!
Hey! I am a soon-to-be-graduate at Southern Illinois University (Carbondale), with degrees in Art History and Classics, with Honors. I would like to get a master’s in Art History and work in a museum some day.
I am a high school senior who is about to go into pre-med at the University of Evansville. My interests include gaming, being funny on the internet, and playing music.
I'm a high school senior planning to attend college after I graduate. In my free time I enjoy reading, painting, and drawing.
Hello! I’m a senior at CWCHS. If I’m not actively listening to Taylor Swift, I’m probably marching with the Marching Bulldogs.
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We consult for a variety of businesses and projects in design, communications, and marketing/advertising. Some notable organizations/projects we’ve worked with are the Miss Illinois Organization, the Association of Illinois Rural and Small Schools, the National Rural Education Association, and the I Am A Rural Teacher national advocacy campaign funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Hailey was also invited to the Rethinking-EDU Podcast to discuss rural schools issues, including web design and social media advocacy. We look forward to working with you!
We get this question a lot: why Evil Eye? In older societies, seeing was thought of more along the lines of touching – it was active, not passive. You could therefore affect other people by “touching” them with your eyes. To protect yourself from someone doing harm to you with their eyes, you might wear a symbol called an “evil eye.” Despite their ominous-sounding name, these charms are a positive symbol that can still be seen in many places today! I was drawn to this idea through my art history and classics backgrounds; I too believe that seeing is an active process, if more metaphorically than our ancestors thought. Therefore, my brand evolved as my own Evil Eye charm, warding off bad design and protecting clients from unfair dealings.
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