Gage Studio Graphics creates professional graphic design and website design that is both functional and compelling. We strive to create elegant, artistic visuals while never losing sight of what matters most, usability. Good design should not only look good, but should communicate clearly as well. Gage Studio Graphics succeeds in creating effective design that accomplishes both.
On this website you will find samples of our print graphics and web design portfolio in addition to examples of signage and trade show graphics and business identity development. We believe that quality cannot be compromised and this is clearly demonstrated in our work. We have a diverse client list, and are proud to have taken part on many projects that are of social significance.
Gage Studio Graphics is also proud to partner up with a talented group of professional artists, photographers, writers, and documentary film makers. Go to our partners page to read about them and visit their websites.
On Saturday, June 9, 2012 the Northern California Emmy Awards ceremony was held in San Francisco, California. The documentary Collision Course- Teen Addiction Epidemic was nominated and received an Emmy in the category of ‘Public/Current/Community Affairs-Program/Special. It was a great honor for the film and all involved in its creation. Read more >>
So proud to have been a part of this project!
The 2006 Regional Recycling Group Used Oil and Filter Campaign Summary. Designed for The Sacramento Regional Recycling Group and Ross-Campbell, Inc. The Regional Recycling Group (RRG) Group is a consortium of over thirty (30) cities and counties from Northern California that work together to promote programs to meet AB939 state diversion requirements, composting programs, used oil and filter recycling and beverage recycling. The purpose of the Group is to pool monetary resources from all jurisdictions in the County in order to reach a broader audience.
In 2007 The County of Sacramento gave us the pleasure of redesigning their annual Second Chance Calendar. This calendar serves as a yearly resource for the local community illustrating numerous ways to reduce waste and conserve resources. Once again The County of Sacramento came through and allowed our imagination to go wild with the 2009 Second Chance Calendar. Result? The birth of Sacramento Smith! An adventurer and hero fighting to spread the word about waste reduction and recycling in Sacramento and surrounding areas.