Monthly Archives: March 2016

Call Me Loré Project Highlight

Call Me Loré is Lorena García’s personal fashion and lifestyle blog. As a side project to the Bloguettes, Lorena asked Monomyth to develop an identity and responsive web experience that would allow her to share her passions on a more personal level. We created an identity that is simple, casual, and intimate. The typography was

5 Reasons to Start Writing by Hand

How often are you writing by hand? Do you find yourself typing everything, from text messages and to-do lists, to blog posts? If so, you should probably go out and buy a notebook today. And here are some reasons why: 1. Writing by hand gives us the feeling that we are still drafting. Taking a pen

Marana Center Project Highlight

Marana Center is a factory outlet shopping center Northwest of Tucson, Arizona. Our client, Vintage Partners, developed the property as a lifestyle center, a place for the people in the communities north of Tucson to shop and explore, outside of the confines of a traditional indoor mall. We were asked to create an identity and web

An Interview with Bill Taggart (DADSOCKS)

“Taming this Wild Medium,” an Interview with DADSOCKS DadSocks is Tempe, AZ-based stencil artist Bill Taggart, whose work is highly influenced by street art, hip hop culture and social justice. A New Jersey native, Bill was first introduced to art during his boyhood travels across the Northeast and discovered stencil art more than a decade ago while watching some

One Thing You Learned About Branding in Psych 101

How much do you actually remember about that class you took freshman year? Maybe something about Freud. Maybe you remember how to draw a neuron (or not, we don’t). Recently, while we were listening to Carolina Rogoll talk about her book Star Brands in the Design Matters podcast with Debbie Milman, we were transported back