We’ve reached an important milestone at ps:studios. We’ve turned 30.
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A look inside our tour of Claudio Dicochea’s “southwestNET: Acid Baroque” exhibit at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.
A look inside our educational tour of the family-owned Roswell Bookbinding located in Phoenix, Arizona.
A heartfelt tribute to Discount Tire’s founder, Bruce Halle, comprised of 177 stories written by top executives describing the distinct culture that Bruce Halle instilled within the company.
The ps:studios’ perspective of the “Repositioning Paolo Soleri: The City is Nature” exhibit at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.
The ps:studios’ perspective of the “Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera” exhibit at the Heard Museum.
An inside glimpse into the creative process and collaboration of long-standing client, illy caffè North America – from sketches to finished product.
The current exhibit at the Lisa Sette Gallery displays the works of two very different artists, Jessica Joslin & David Kroll, who share an interest in the natural world.
Catching a glimpse into the collaboration between two neighbors, ps:studios and Lisa Sette Gallery.
Once in a while, a project comes along unlike any other. Gustaf’s Field Notes is one such example.
One of our designers had the opportunity to go on the trip of a lifetime. Here is a look into his journey…
We had the chance to film the real and talented fire fighters, police officers, and 911 call center operators as they worked in North Texas for Cable ONE Business.
The environment that inspires us everyday: a look into Al Beadle’s work that is still relevant today.
It’s always rewarding to see our work integrated into a client’s overall branding efforts that serves as a useful tool for whatever their needs may be.
A ps:studios take on Contemporary Forum Art + Architecture Weekend public tour of architecturally significant Phoenix homes.
Thank you to our talented team of designers, reliable printing companies and the best clients to work with—ps:studios took home 3 awards at the 2017 Phoenix ADDYs.
González Palma’s Möbius series and Carrie Marill’s Unbalanced, succeed in challenging us to use both sides of our brain to fully appreciate their magic.
Congratulations to the Lacey & Larkin Frontera Fund for being named the Best Political Blog by Phoenix Magazine.
Landscape photographer, Mark Klett, finds 20+ years of inspiration outside his studio in his new installation, Sunrise Sticks.
Little did we know that the ps in ps:studios might also stand for pretty speedy. Results, that is.
Thank you to our talented team of designers, reliable printing companies and the best clients to work with—ps:studios took home 5 awards at the 2016 Phoenix ADDYs.
We have been fortunate to design a few wine labels for Quench Fine Wines, a Phoenix wine distributor. The prospect of wine label designs always creates excitement with the designers here at ps:studios.
In October ps:studios was asked by illy caffe to help them put together a proposal to United Airlines. We were challenged to design a visually exciting piece that told the illy brand story and the high quality and service they provide.
After 25 years, P.S. Studios has made a subtle but important brand shift that is realized in the new visual identity. Like most designers, we are somewhat obsessive with details and with the conceptual concepts behind any design.
As we look out the front door of our offices we are now greeted with a view of the front door of the best gallery in Arizona. Lisa Sette Gallery, after 29 years in Scottsdale, has moved to midtown Phoenix.
Yes, it’s true. We have been doing this for 25 years now. In February we celebrated 25 years in business. We were just too darned busy to mention it – or maybe too old to remember.
Typically after we meet with a client about a logo design project, we’re pretty excited to get started working on it right away. The temptation to jump right on the computer to start setting type and making shapes is huge.