Monthly Archives: May 2014

Recap – Studio Open House

Earlier this month, Monomyth held a celebratory open house with our studio mates, Plusminus Studio. We took over Heritage Square for an evening of music, games, food and drink.

There was a great turnout of friends, family, clients and members of the creative community. Delicious snacks were provided by Rise Biscuit Co., Best of Europe Deli, and Royal Coffee Bar.

Thank you to everyone who came out and celebrated with us. We enjoyed putting on this professional housewarming party!

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Douglass County Community Center, Pt. 1


Last week, we fled the desert for a few days to film the construction of a new community center in beautiful Minden, Nevada, just outside Lake Tahoe. Our friends at CORE Construction are working there with the local government to construct a massive facility that will provide a multitude of improved services to community members of all ages.


The team enjoyed exploring the landmark ranch town, capturing footage of all the historic influences for the architectural design of the new community center. We also filmed the active construction site, and took part in a tour aimed at informing community members of the improvements being made in their town.


We even met a few of the locals, who were kind enough to let us take their picture against this gorgeous backdrop. We’re looking forward to going back to film the finished project later this year!


Bricks, Barrels and Burlap


Bricks, Barrels, and Burlap is the theme for this Flagstaff, Arizona wedding. These soon-to-be newlyweds approached Monomyth to shape the first look into their wedding – the invitations. As outdoor enthusiasts, the couple was looking for something simple, straightforward and warm to match the natural rustic mountains and ponderosa pines of Northern Arizona where they will exchange their vows.


Monomyth had a great time bringing texture and authenticity to the forefront by printing the invitations on real wood veneer, with a combination of one-color offset printing and hand-stamped envelopes. The VA emblem–’V’ for Victoria and ‘A’ for Aaron–was designed for the couple to use throughout other potential wedding or reception materials, as well as thank you notes after the ceremony.

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