Montrose County needed a logo for the new Rimrocker Trail, a connection from Montrose to Moab. The logo was inspired by the early western Colorado pioneers/cattle rustlers/gunslingers a.k.a "Rimrockers," who would steal cattle, cut off their brands and then re-brand them, hence the cattle brand style. This logo is simple and easily recognizable, meant to work well on trail markers, stickers, signs, etc. You can learn more about the trail here.
Tyrel Lawson, the owner of Kahil Winery and winemaker for Two Rivers Winery, Colterris came to us to design the label for his Malbec wine. His love for fishing is represented in the label by incorporating an illustrated Cahill fly into the design. We worked with an earthy color palette, a cracked texture to give it a weathered look, and a little trout emblem to bring a natural, outdoorsy Colorado vibe. The labels are printed on a textured linen with the fly, trout, and name embossed. You can read about the award-winning malbec wine in this post by Bin 707 Foodbar.
The Montrose Downtown Development Authority hired me to work on several projects over the last few years including posters, advertisements, logos, banners, etc. for events such as Main in Motion (an annual summer street festival), First Friday Art Stroll, and downtown promotion in general.
Taking inspiration from the store's interior design and existing logo design, I was able to create a consistent image across print and digital mediums. Projects include: Website design, business cards, door hangers, loyalty cards, menu cards, advertisements, social media profile cards, and more. Visit Site
Visit site “Leanna has done outstanding work for the Montrose Area Bicycle Alliance. She has a unique ability to hear an idea that only exists in somebody’s imagination and make it into a visual product that represents the idea, topic, or business very well. Leanna is easy to work with and communicates very well. She comes with my highest recommendation.”
DMEA wanted to convey their involvement with the community and their efforts to utilize the area’s natural renewable energy resources. The large electric outlet immediately communicates who the ad is for as well as grabs the viewers attention.
Farmers Insurance Group, Howard Davidson Agency were in need of new business cards as well as an eye-catching full page ad. The business cards are double sided with the Farmers logo on the back and the agent’s info on the front. Adding the agent’s photo gives the cards a memorable, friendly touch. The solid blue stipe along the bottom wraps around both sides, giving the cards consistency front to back. It was important to keep all marketing materials consistent with the Farmers branding guidelines while adding a unique look.
Custom illustrated logo, two-sided business cards, pop-up banners for trade shows, advertisements for magazines, banner ads, radio show icon, trailer wrap, t-shirt designs, and logo design for VDC Armory (a section of their retail store in Canon City, Colorado).
Horsefly Brewing Co. came to us looking for some custom logos for their popular beer selection. We wanted the logos to reflect the brewery’s eclectic, rustic charm while capturing the distinct features of the individual beers. We also wanted to create a consistent element that would tie them all together…(the horsefly). The designs include hand drawn illustrations and lettering.