Sharpstown Civic Association Newsletter

Client: Sharpstown Civic Association Newsletter “SCAN”

Project: 8 1/2″ x 11,” 16-page color newsletter

Project Details:  Sharpstown is a large, diverse, master-planned community in southwest Houston. Sharpstown has an active Civic Association, and recently saw the formation of an economic development authority to assist with planning future economic growth for the area. This newsletter is designed by Anne Swanson, published bi-monthly, printed by Business Extension Bureau, and distributed to an estimate 7,000 households.

Download a sample issue of SCAN here.

Gloves for Good Flyer

Gloves for Good

Client: Gloves for Good

Format: 8.5″ x 11″, full color flyer

Design Objective: Gloves for Good is a nonprofit organization headed by 16-year-old president, John Fallon. The organization’s mission is to collect new or gently used baseball equipment for redistribution to less fortunate youth baseball players in the U.S. and throughout the world. A remarkable young man who’s making a real difference!

Ostomy Association July 2011 Newsletter

Ostomy Association Newsletter

Client: Ostomy Association of Houston

Format: Monthly black and white 8-page newsletter

Design Objective: This nonprofit organization, run by volunteers, is one of the most active ostomy organizations in the country. Though they are on a tight budget, this group is able to provide a polished newsletter to their subscribers.

The newsletter provides vital information to both new ostomates and those who have been living for many years with an ostomy.

To view the entire July 2011 issue, please click on the image.

“The Sky’s the Limit” Invitation

CVHS PTO 2011 Auction

Client: Carnegie Vanguard High School PTO

Format: 5″ × 7″ invitation printed in full color

Design Objective: This invitation was designed to get people excited about the new school (soon to be built). Photographers Janice Rubin and Charles Wiese did a wonderful job capturing the enthusiasm of teens!