Design for
who you are

Your website, animation, social media, brochure, postcard, business card, book, fundraising graphics, or architectural installation needs to reflect who you are. Laurie brings many years of experience as a graphic designer, artist, life coach and energy healer to calibrate your communications with where you are now... and where you dream of going.  

PORTFOLIO

Closing the Five Education Gaps

2010
Publication for the African American Leadership Forum. This helpful booklet addresses the huge gaps in education for people of color by suggesting five solutions.

Museum Sage

2017
Website and app for a museum audience engagement program that Laurie and her husband co-founded. They've been hired by museums all over the country to help museum visitors gain insight into their personal lives through art.
www.museumsage.com

Two Dames & Friends

2017
Branding, website, postcard, business cards, ad, and notecard for a home services company serving people who are moving or improving their current house. Two Dames and Friends are soccer moms who are super energetic, kind, and tons of fun.
www.twodamesandfriends.com

Theresa Fricke

2011
Branding, website, and business cards for a former nurse turned energy healer.
www.theresafricke.com

Sarah Schaleger

2017
Website, postcards and business cards for an artist who makes art for hospitals and other health settings to promote healing.
https://sarahschaleger.myportfolio.com

Kyoko Katayama

2013
Website and business cards for a psychotherapist who teaches people with terminal illness and their loved ones how to befriend death.
www.SkyHeartMountain.com

Keep Talking

2004
Printed booklet for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota, used as tobacco cessation information for kids and parents.

Poetry Stairwells

2004-2003
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota corporate campus. Collaboration with Gwen Hauser and 25 employee volunteers.

In order to encourage employees to take the stairs instead of the elevator (an employer health initiative) two dull, dark stairwells were transformed with bright colors, stenciled poetry and silhouettes on all four floors, offering users a respite from their work day. Digital sound machines with a babbling brook soundtrack were installed.

The employee volunteers who helped with the project formed a community of stair users, deeply involved with the initiative. There was an enormous increase in stair usage measured as a result of these installations.

To learn more or to get an estimate on your design project or art commission, please reach out to laurie@lauriephillips.net

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