Every Thursday night the streets of Montrose, CO become alive with people, music, food, and vendors. For the last two weeks, I have set up a booth at Main in Motion to sell my new line of jewelry – SUPOP – (Pronounced Soo-pop). For those who are wondering what the name means, it is a combination of my middle name, Sue, and Pop, from Pop Art. “Pop art challenged tradition by asserting that an artist’s use of the mass-produced visual commodities of popular culture is contiguous with the perspective of fine art. Pop removes the material from its context and isolates the object, or combines it with other objects, for contemplation. The concept of pop art refers not as much to the art itself as to the attitudes that led to it.” SUPOP has adopted the “Challenge Tradition” attitude by taking everyday objects such as matches, erasers, playing cards, fake fingernails, puzzles, bread clips, bicycle chains, etc. and transforming them into wearable art.
Working with Treefeather Creative was a great experience. Leanna guided us through the process and helped us create something new and exciting. Highly recommend.
I've always liked Leanna's work, so I knew she'd be a great option for a new logo. She gave me exactly what I wanted (even though I didn't know what that was), and it looks great!
I'm very happy with the logo and business card design Leanna did for my business. Highly recommended!
Leanna is incredible! I showed her 15 very different pictures on pinterest for our wedding save-the-dates and invitations and she was able to create the perfect ones for us. She also helped us create custom stickers to give to our wedding guests. Leanna is so creative! Thank you Leanna for all you have done to help us make our wedding day perfect!
Leanna is fantastic to work with! She really wanted to create a graphic that I liked and that would be easy to use. She put in a lot of time and effort to produce a beautiful outcome. Thanks Leanna!