Frostie Bottom Treestands Logo

January 30th, 2013 has been a great resource for Migrate Design over the past year. It allowed us to establish new clients all over the United States.

The latest project was the creation of a logo for Frostie Bottom Treestands, located in Claremont, North Carolina.


ARTree 2013 Calendar

January 15th, 2013

As a bud of the ARTree Community Arts Center, Géraldine designed their 2013 calendar.

The calendar showcases the art of children that participated in arts classes from The Newhall Community Center and The Activities Center. With a donation of $5.00 you can enjoy the art of 12 talented artists from our classes this summer and fall. Help support arts education in Santa Clarita by donating $5.00 to a great cause.

The Calendar is available at The Newhall Community Center, The Activities Center and by emailing the ARTree at or calling 818 634-4180.


Brochure For Columbian Financial Group

January 15th, 2013

It’s that time of the year! Our longtime client Unique Events is organizing another event for Columbian Financial Group. The destination: The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna, Austria!

Migrate Design rose up to the challenge of creating another brochure for this upscale event.


2013, Here We Come!

January 7th, 2013

Migrate Year 2013

I hope you had a wonderful Holiday season. It is now time to start planning for the New Year. One of the ways to grow your business successfully is to incorporate creative designs and graphics into your promotional materials. Migrate Design can help! We have lots of creative ideas and original designs and would love an opportunity to share these with you.

Let us assist you with your promotional needs, and be a part of your marketing strategy, perhaps a memorable new logo to start the New Year. Looking forward to partnering with you and make 2013 your most profitable year ever!

Happy New Year!

Oodles Of Business Cards

July 13th, 2012

If you just started your business, you will need business cards. You may decide to save a few bucks by doing it yourself, but saving money is not really the issue here; time is really what you should be saving. Let us take care of those little details, because you have bigger fish to fry. We never use templates and all of our designs are self created from scratch, which makes the  identity of your company more unique, and your branding more tailored to your industry and the services you offer. A business card is still an important aspect of marketing, and it needs the proper attention of graphic design professionals.

We will also take care of the printing for you with one of our established vendors. We know that businesses adapt, and employees come and go. Regularly updating an existing business card is becoming a necessity, but it shouldn’t be such a big deal. So when you chose Migrate Design to help you with your business card needs, for each business card we create, we will offer one revision for the next 12 months for FREE. You will only have to pay for printing.

Please contact us if you need more information about this new offer.

Last Looks Makeup Shirt

June 21st, 2012

Hey, that looks familiar!
Two years ago, we met these fun and very talented folks from Last Looks Makeup Academy. They asked us to create a cutting edge illustration that would get people’s attention. So we came up with this skull and crossbones design, using makeup paint brushes in lieu of the bones. We’re very proud to see that two years later, they are still using our illustration. This is our first time seeing our design on a t-shirt, and we really like it a lot. We only have one thing to say: “Wear it with pride!”

Logos With A Hidden Message

April 10th, 2012

As a graphic designer, I do have an appreciation for logos with substance, both attractive and compelling. Creating a logo is far from being easy. It takes time and generally requires lots of trials and errors. The design process consists of experimenting [playing] with various ideas and combinations until finding the most effective image.This process can take hours, even days, but the result is so worth it! I’ve collected a few corporate logos that feature a hidden message. Let’s see if you can find them ;)

The arrow is cleverly drawn in the shape of a smile. But that’s not all! It starts under the letter A and ends under the letter Z. Amazon has everything from A to Z!

See the number 31 embedded in the “B R” ?? Thirty one-derful flavors !!!

This looks like a very simple logo, but there’s an added layer that makes it one of the most ingenious logos of all time. Do you see the white arrow between the “E” and “x” ??

Smiles are good! They convey a positive attitude and happiness all around… always a good idea if you can make it work. For Goodwill, that smiley face is also the letter “g” !!

If you’re a chocolate fan, this one is a no-brainer. There is a sideways chocolate kiss between “K” and “I” !!

Le Tour de France is the world’s most famous bike race. The “R” in “Tour” is a cyclist, and the yellow circle represents the front wheel of the bicycle.

Toblerone chocolate bars originated in Berne, Switzerland, whose symbol is the bear. Look closely at the image of the Matterhorn… can you see the bear ??

The 2nd and 3rd “t’s” are two people sharing a tortilla over a bowl of salsa.

Northwest Airlines. The circle is a compass. Guess which direction the arrow in upper left corner (or beginning of “W”) is pointing ???

This back and white logo isn’t just a tree… look carefully… See the gorilla and the lioness facing each other ??

Carrefour is one of the largest hypermarket chains in the world. Its logo is very fashionable and timeless. At first blush, we can see two arrows pointing away from each other. But if you keep looking, you might find the hidden “C” !!

This logo was designed by a college art student. it used to be the emblem for the Milwaukee Brewers. The baseball glove forms an “M” and a “B”.

That’s it. I hope you enjoyed this humble collections of classic logos as much as I did writing about them. I find them very stimulating, and they are always an inspiration for my own creations.

Nuptial Bliss With A Card

April 4th, 2012

Spring is here and it is the beginning of wedding season! Along with new vegetation, spring escorts new brides and grooms in the making. Peak season for weddings is May through July, and we all know this is just around the corner. There’s so much to do in so little time, you’re starting to panic and who can blame you. There’s a LOT to think about. However, this is supposed to be one the most memorable, happiest moment of your life, SO DELEGATE! Migrate Design cannot bake you a wedding cake, but we can certainly handle and design your marriage announcement package.
From the creation to the printing, we will handle it all and deliver an elegant and refined announcement card that matches your personality. We will design a one-of-a-kind card that is specially tailored around your persona and desires, and we guarantee that your design will not be used for anyone else’s marriage. Well, we might still show it around and pride ourselves in the work we do… like this one ;)

So if you’re thinking about getting married, we hope you will think of us.
Happy wedding ;)

Banner, Banner Upon The Wall…

February 17th, 2012

… who is the prettiest of them all?

We may not have the answer to that question, but Last Looks does! thanks to their cutting edge makeup skills and experience. Our relationship with Last Looks started roughly 2 years ago, when we created the skull illustration for their line of products.

Today, we just designed this big banner. They intend to use it for conventions, seminars, and various public events. Nothing is ever too big or too small. This banner is 32 inches wide and 80 inches tall. Printed on vinyl, this banner style is the perfect solution for conferences, trade shows, retail stores, and more. We know the perfect place for you to get your own. We also know who can design it and give you a one-of-a-kind look that people will remember ;)

Contact us today and get a free estimate for all your banner and sign needs. From the design to the printing, we will take care of it all.

Illustration By… Migrate Design!

February 16th, 2012

For the past couple of weeks, we have been working on a new project, for a brand new client.

We are extremely grateful and excited to illustrate a children’s book. Compared to designing logos and corporate banners, this is a nice change of pace and style. As much as we appreciate everything we do, we welcome variety, and feel fortunate to be able to handle various facets of graphic design. We temporarily traded our computer mouse for paint brushes. We welcome the opportunity to work on a project that allows us to fully explore and make use of our creative energy. We love to get our hands covered in paint – and sometimes our nose ;)

We’ll make sure to give more details upon release, with additional information about the book, and where to find it.

If you wrote a book, or if you think of writing one and you need an illustrator, please contact us. We would be more than happy to work with you!