Violet Carlon is an American graphic designer, art director and illustrator.
For the past 30 years Violet has been catching the eyes (and sometimes hearts) of clients and their customers with her imaginative, engaging and concept-driven design. She opened her studio in 1993 and focused on developing corporate identity and branding systems, advertising and marketing collateral for businesses big and small, in the healthcare, technology, education, non-profit and utility industries.
In 2007 she dove into two distinctively different worlds—food packaging and exhibit design. She built visual brands for entrepreneurs launching food products, providing comprehensive design services from naming to package design, in-store displays to trade show environments. In tandem she entered a world of artifacts and special collections—the realm of historical research and content development. Her passion for history shines in designs that explore and honor cultures, events, people and organizations.
Violet sees herself as a visual story teller. Her stories have been seen in airports, hospitals, grocery stores, mountain tops, libraries, museums and corporations. She’s dedicated to client service and partnership and relies on her rigorous inquiry, extensive experience and creative spirit to produce work that is thoughtful, memorable and results-driven.
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corporate identity & visual branding, print, digital & web, packaging & exhibit design