Finger Lynes Engineering provides environmental and safety solutions for various industries. Hartline Studio developed a visual identity that reflects the mechanical and tempered approach of the firm while maintaining a bespoke monogram, reflecting the customized nature of each client engagement.
Hair & Yonder is a local hair styling parlour specializing in up-dos, cuts, coloring, and much more—all operating out of an authentic Airstream. Because of it's mobility, Hair & Yonder is able to go where other hair salons are not. Hartline Studio helped developed and design the visual identity, and consult on the interior physical space. All illustrations custom drawn by hand by the incredibly talented Kelsey Lambert.
Civil Infrastructure Associates is a leading water and wastewater engineering firm focusing on helping the communities they serve thrive by providing stable and long-lasting infrastructure. Hartline Studio designed the visual identity, print applications, and website.
Stock & Barrel is a not your typical gun store. Catering to a specific demographic of gun enthusiasts, it boasts a state of the art gun range, high-end gun shop, and members-only area. Hartline Studio helped develop the visual identity for this classy gun club.
Herr Otto Böse is the passion project of a third generation sports car racer who comes from a long line of custom car enthusiasts. The German name literally means “Mr. Otto Böse,” which was the name of the patriarch speedster. Hartline Studio collaborated on the many logo designs for the family endeavor.
The J.S. Ward Society is a prestigious organization consisting of all Science graduates from Lipscomb University, as well as alumni leaders. The J.S. Ward Society exists to further the development of the myriad Science programs at Lipscomb University, as well as be a pillar of strength within the communities of the members. Hartline Studio developed the visual identity, and numerous marketing materials.
A ux engineer by day, and a code-crusher by night—Eric Motil is one of the most talented designers in Nashville. Hartline Studio helped apply a visual identity to his web work.
Blackbird Theater is a Nashville, TN based theater company. Founded in 2010, they have received critical acclaim for their adaptations, and original plays and musicals. A simplified and appropriate identity was needed to refresh the troupe's visual brand.
Besides being the bride of all brides and mother of all mothers, Jill Hartline runs a custom goods business whose products range from custom wedding stationery to return address stamps. Hartline Studio gave Jill Hartline a husband, daughter, and a visual identity for her shop.
D.J. Farris is a local real estate agent focused on helping people find their perfect home. He is uniquely poised for this task because of his vast knowledge of the mid-state area. Hartline Studio developed the visual identity, print applications and website.
In partnership with Prolific, Hartline Studio developed an updated visual identity for Lipscomb University Athletics, an NCAA university in the Atlantic Sun Conference. The refreshed identity moved towards a cleaner, simplified, and classic look for the program.
Puckett Engineering is a highly skilled practice that specializes in mission critical engineering, commissioning, and maintenance program development. They ensure that critical systems stay online for each of their clients. Hartline Studio assisted in developing the visual identity, print applications, website and digital presence.
Brent Baldwin is a seasoned professional in the fine art of proposal writing. His writing expertise, leveraged with his vast and unique understanding of the businesses he helps, allow his clients to succeed in their endeavors. Hartline Studio designed the identity, print, and web experience for Brent Baldwin.
A brandmark is the shortest route from the entity it represents to a person. It should be the simplest incarnation of an idea so that it can remain memorable and formidable throughout its lifetime. Here are some brandmarks we've had the honor of designing.
Since 350BC, monograms have been used as simple devices for visual signifiers. We love monograms. Here are a few of the ones we've designed.
Sometimes you can't win 'em all. This is some of our work that never saw the light of day. Enjoy.