For over 15 years, I’ve helped organizations of all sizes create meaningful connections with their audiences through thought-provoking, solution-oriented graphic design.
brochure design for the season announcement of the Center’s 2014/2015 season of the Winspear Opera House Recital Series
logo design for a company that specializes in premium grilling equipment and custom-built outdoor kitchens
brochure design for TITAS’s 2013/2014 season, featuring dance companies and musicians from around the world
logo design for an online yoga studio
logo design for an investment and financial planning firm
logo design and marketing materials for a company that creates documentary videos for family heirlooms
logo design for a retail promotion
logo design and marketing materials for a family gathering place, featuring a coffee house (for the parents) and an indoor playground (for the kids)
logo design for a nonpartisan organization that hosts engaging forums on public affairs topics
a campaign promoting a transportation conference in Dallas, built as a limited edition album featuring Dallas musicians
logo design for a store celebrating knitting, crochet and related crafts
pro bono poster design for a student production of “HAIR: The American Tribal Love Rock Musical”
logo design for a retail promotion
logo and menu design for a local restaurant specializing in grilled cheese sandwiches
invitation design for the Center’s annual Chairman’s dinner. The 2012 event featured a 1940s lounge theme.
I am a Dallas native, amateur woodworker, news junky, beer snob, and die-hard Cowboys and Rangers fan. I’m also a creative thinker with a passion for solving problems and making things work better.
When it comes to graphic design, I approach every logo, ad, brochure and website as a priceless opportunity to explain, pursuade, and/or build a relationship with an audience. And to me, design is about making the most of that opportunity. Good design simplifies, amplifies, clarifies. It presents information in a way that is uniquely relevant, compelling and memorable. It turns a product feature into a story, a story into a memory, and a memory into an emotional connection with your brand.
Over my career, I’ve helped countless clients create those type of connections. And together, I know we can do the same for your organization. Contact me today.
design, content & production This website was originally designed by Ben Rush in April 2015. All site design elements were created by Ben Rush. All copy was written by Ben Rush. All portfolio samples and other content on this site, unless otherwise noted, is copyright Ben Rush Visual Communication.
Portfolio photography provided by Doug Davis and Tim Doughten.
Technology Art and graphics for this site were produced on a Mac using Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. The code was written in Adobe Brackets. Software is intellectual property, and should never be used without permission.
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