The Middle East Initiative at the Harvard Kennedy School wanted a lobby redesign that was a conversation piece with style. And the needed a department brochure that followed the same art direction. (Read the project profile)
It’s been a huge honor to work with the amazing Billy Starr and PMC branding their newest fundraising event. The Resolution by PMC is an indoor cycling event that resolves to fight cancer. (Read the project profile)
When it came to branding Boston’s hottest new restaurant, they needed a designer that could capture Boston’s rich history thru the logo, the site, the menus and more. (Read the project profile)
When 6-term Boston City-Councilor Rob Consalvo approached us to design and creative direct his run for Mayor of Boston, we were ready to give him the Mayoral branding that the campaign needed. (View the project)
Through the years, we’ve had the opportunity to work with some amazing clients.
From small print pieces to large websites, to “you name it”, we’ve probably done it.
We have no junior level people here. Just an experienced, seasoned Creative Director and his partners.
Why not Spin360? An incomplete circle implies progressive motion.
Spin350 has always made it a point to both get involved in our community and give back when we can. There are a handful of organizations and causes that we believe in and that list is always growing. Some are clients, some are organizations that we volunteer for, and some are causes that we sponsor or donate to.
The first step in every project is asking questions and getting answers! If you’d like to fill out this form with more info about your needs, it goes directly to Creative Director, Joe Lyons and he’ll get back to you within an hour. If you’d rather speak on the phone right now, give him a call at 617-910-9875. He’ll ask questions, listen, offer a solution, let you know how long it will take and what it will cost. And if your project happens to not be a good fit, He’ll do his best to refer you to a partner.
The Spin350 design studio lives in the old B.F. Sturtevant/Westinghouse factory, complete with original exposed brick and steel beams. If you love Boston as much as I do, you’ll have to come by to see the studio in person! Hanging on the walls, you’ll find historic remnants of this great city, including a metal 1964 Rapid Transit Line map out of Copley Station, the original logo off of the old Boston Herald building and the showroom for the Boston Vintage Industrial Supply Co. If you like formal, we can meet in the “Harvard Conference Room” which was constructed out of the old glass panels that came out of the Harvard Museum of Natural History or if you prefer more casual, there’s a bar in the studio built out of local 19th century pine. Spin350 has free on-site parking and I’m here (by appointment only) Monday through Friday, 9-5.