Tebo Design Studio was asked to create a logo that better reflected the organization’s Maine heritage.
Spring was already well on the way – prime time for mulch sales – when John Thurston approached Tebo Design Studio about developing a website to facilitate sales of bark mulch delivery in the Greater Portland area.
Zeb’s Grain Free Kitchen is named after a much loved cat, so the feline features prominently in this logo design by Tebo Design Studio
Tebo Design Studio created a website and tri-fold brochure, featuring several beautiful photos of their natural stone installments.
Tebo Design Studio developed a website, rackcard, and business cards, as well as several print advertisements, focusing on the “green” aspect of the business.
Tebo Design Studio developed a new website, and provided design and printing services for this riding stable in Gorham, Maine.
Tebo Design Studio was first brought in to design and develop a website that was effective in communicating the mission of this non-profit organization so they might further their fundraising efforts as well as become a resource for those seeking assistance
We’ve provided MCAL with a cohesive marketing package: logo, course catalogs, website support, and email marketing.
We created an elegant, yet simple logo, website and brochure, using beautiful photography to illustrate key points.
We developed a website design, as well as business cards and print ads, using subtle sport-horse elements and stunning photos of their young stock.
Tebo Design Studio created a website that allowed the art to speak first.
Tebo Design Studio supplied Sea Rose Trap Company with a new logo design, tri-fold brochures, business cards, and a website.
We supplied Saddle Guy with a clean logo design that brought in subtle elements of his craft to make a clear statement.