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A Rift Between Heroes

Dec

22

2015

A Rift Between Heroes

Sometimes heroes quarrel. Even with similar aesthetic directed motives Graphic Designers and Architects do not always “see eye to eye”. Designers can be short sighted not always understanding functional requirements and building codes. Architects can undervalue the impact that typography can bring to a space. Together the two can fight the real enemy … a […]

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If Walls Could Rally

Nov

18

2015

If Walls Could Rally

What does your office say about your company goals and corporate philosophy? Does it affect employee performance and turnover? Your company culture is more important than ever in attracting and retaining the right employees. Millennials are now the largest age group in the workplace. This generation makes decisions on where they work not based from […]

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Sponsoring The Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge

Dec

18

2014

Sponsoring The Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge

This year marks the launch of the Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge, a major state-wide business plan competition within Idaho’s colleges and universities. This series of events will scour the minds of Idaho’s brightest students for great new business ideas. Teams will turn their ideas into either plans or models, and compete for over $100,000 worth of […]

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The New CNC-Router

Oct

08

2014

The New CNC-Router

6th Grade Designers

Feb

26

2014

6th Grade Designers

As most of you know, Trademark has a long-standing relationship with the Boise Police Department. It’s some of our most visible and iconic design work. Our relationship started back in 2010, when they asked us to re-design their visual identity. We developed a sharp new look, and applied it throughout the fleet, to cruisers, interceptors, […]

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WE’RE MOVING!!

Nov

26

2013

WE’RE MOVING!!

For several months now, Trademark has been sitting on a some big news. We’ve been dying to share it, but also reluctant to count our chickens before they’ve hatched. Well at long last, the ink from our pens has reached the dotted lines on the contracts, and the deal is done. We can climb to […]

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State and Lemp Logo Design

Aug

15

2013

State and Lemp Logo Design

Not all logos are created equal. A great logo does more than simply share the name of your company with your customers—it  sets the tone regarding who you are and how you do business. It also increases your brand awareness, cultivates customer loyalty, and helps you attract the right kind of customers—and it can do […]

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Videos

Aug

13

2013

Videos

Here at Trademark, we pride ourselves on the quality of our design, our craftsmanship, and our customer service. We also like to have fun. Here are a few videos that we threw together. Some of them capture the processes and techniques that go into building a sign or wrapping a vehicle. Others are just us […]

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Lyle Pearson 200

Jul

23

2013

Lyle Pearson 200

The Lyle Pearson 200 is a one of Idaho’s most cherished bicycle events. It begins in Boise and traverses nearly two-hundred miles of picturesque highway, before finishing in the chic ski-town of Ketchum. Four-person teams compete relay-style, to see who can cover the distance the quickest. The route is divided into nine segments, some flat, […]

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RDA Update

Apr

15

2013

RDA Update

This is a continuation of our previous post about Riche, Dempsey and Associates. If you haven’t read that post yet, start here first. To further extend RDA’s brand identity, we added some signage to the front door of their business. We used a CNC-routed acrylic piece with vinyl graphics, similar to the larger one in […]

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Look! Save a Life

Dec

17

2012

Look! Save a Life

In 2008 a local cyclist was struck and killed by a car. The tragedy shook Boise’s tight-knit cycling community to the core. Trademark’s own John Yarnell and Jason Keeble are both avid cyclists, and felt the need to do something. In response to the accident, they founded the nonprofit group Look! Save a Life. The […]

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Julius Kleiner Memorial Park Concept Work

Feb

23

2012

Julius Kleiner Memorial Park Concept Work

Trademark’s involvement with the City of Meridian dates back to early 2010. The city wanted to construct a public art piece, and Trademark submitted a bid. The city was so impressed with the range of capabilities displayed in the portfolio, they decided to hire Trademark to design all of the way-finding material and signage for […]

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