who & why
We are a group of talented and experienced creatives who have decided to team up and build memorable print, digital & environmental experiences for our clients. Our favorite tool? IMPACT.
surcreative LLC is a group of skilled creatives fueled by passion. We believe that we can make an impact through design by building experiences in different mediums such as print, digital, environmental, architectural, and abstract designs.
Our mission is to inspire other creatives and showcase their talent, reinforce their creativity, and foster participation by working in a collaborative environment.
Art Direction // Portfolio reviews/Ideation/Project Reviews/ Presentation Reviews/Design Advise/Content/Strategy/Brainstorming sessions/Project Discussion/Project scoping/Project Management// Design Mentorship// Project Diagnose
Branding // Logo Design / Stationery / Color Studies //Brand Identity// Style Guides // Editorial Layout // Magazines/Annual Reports/Newsletters/Pitch Books/Catalogues/Programs/Music/CD Books/CD Covers //Marketing Collateral// Flyers/Brochures/One Pagers/Posters
Email Marketing // Email Templates/Promotional Emails
E Books/E Newsletters/Press Releases/Social Media Strategy/Social Media Campaigns // Motion Graphics // Web Design // UX/UI // Information Architecture/Site Mapping/User Flows/Wireframing/Skinning/UI Kits
Installations //Environmental Graphics //Experiences// Concept Design/Creative Exploration/Schematic Design/Presentation Mock Ups/Production/Printing Coordination //Photography//Event Branding//
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surcreative wins local competition "Imagine Art Here" for the Arts Council of Fairfax to build an installation at the 7 corners intersection to serve as a recreational space and artistic expression. Stay tuned!
The input from Imagine Art Here: IN&OUT initiative will inform the Master Arts Plan (MAP) that is spearheaded by the Arts Council of Fairfax County on behalf of the County. The goal of the project is to expand community access to and engagement in the arts and culture by planning cultural facilities and public art throughout Fairfax County that reflects its diversity, considers existing facilities, and responds to future growth.