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Hand Papermaking


Karen is honored
to accept the role
of magazine designer for Hand Papermaking,
a collectable, globally-acclaimed art journal.

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Create a Plan & Stay Engaged

Design for the Arts partners with you to cultivate ongoing engagement in brand development, creative ideation, and design, website, and media initiatives. We work together to identify goals and create initiatives that support them. Through ongoing discussion and ideation, together, we shape the big picture story and detailed creative nuances of your identity, products, services, and initiatives.

When you work with Design for the Arts, planning and engagement are integrated into every project. For deeper insights, the following tools offer pathways to the emergence of (or reacquaintance with) your identity, offerings, and vision.

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Brand Mapping

Brand Mapping connects you to the story of your business or project. It's a super cool way to refine and simplify the main arteries of your business or project. We review your core values, super powers, and offerings to better define how your vision and leadership roles intersect with the needs of your business community. These sessions are great for emerging brands, established businesses that need a reality check or have a brand identity crisis, and anyone who wants to clarify purpose or intent.

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Screenless Creative Ideation

Design for the Arts offers screenless creative ideation to help entrepreneurs and professionals dream, process, and integrate new ideas. Research shows that our gestures activate the brain to stimulate memory, and being in nature reduces stress. We actually think differently. By making intentional space for strategic thinking and creativity to flow without screentime, we can generate new patterns that support growth in our projects and businesses. Creative Ideation sessions can take place anywhere, and are perfectly effective with pen and paper in an office or cafe. They just get a little more interesting when we venture out into nature or take a short field trip.