Sep 26

Here at Oblique we have a strong appreciation for history and a love for modern design. That’s why we were beyond thrilled when the new owner of 1911 11th Street in Boulder asked us to name and rebrand this historic downtown landmark.


Sep 18

A lot has changed since we last wrote about our client Aspen Mesh, and we’re excited to share that their new website is live! Aspen Mesh came to Oblique to revamp their brand with a new logo, stationery suite, trade show booth and website. They are front-runners in their field of providing ease-of-use for your business’ tech team by managing microservices. And although they’re just about the best qualified team in the industry, they have a laid-back attitude that we wanted to effectively communicate through their website. They’re amazing to work with! Now, for the second wave of Oblique’s work for Aspen Mesh, we are excited to direct you to their new and improved website!


Sep 7

Your skin deserves the best, and we know just what you need to have it feeling high (end). Cannabis infused lotions and oils are not new to Coloradans, but CAUSE+MEDIC needed Oblique Design’s help to create a cosmetic packaging design concept which shows they aren’t your average cannabis skincare product.   (more…)

Aug 15

The passing of a loved one is the most difficult thing we deal with in life. It’s never easy to talk about, let alone plan for. But because funeral planning is often costly and complex, many opt to start thinking about it in advance.

This is especially true in Hong Kong—as the limited area and high population density mean that securing memorial space can often take years. One solution that many in Hong Kong are opting for is to look to mainland China, or even the US, for a secure and beautiful final resting place.

Our client NorthStar Memorial Group is now helping many in Hong Kong by offering a better option, and we’ve helped their efforts by designing marketing materials for Hong Kong markets and launching a new website.


Jul 24

San Francisco native. Media Design Major. And now, Oblique intern. These are three things that define me. So how did I get here? Boulder has always had my heart since I was a little girl. My Grandpa and Grandma met here way back when Robert Redford worked at The Sink. When I applied to CU I wasn’t sure exactly what I wanted to do or if I should pursue Graphic Design because the major was unestablished. However, when considering other options nothing got me as excited as art, advertising, and design. I’ve always been the one to pick a product based on the packaging/logo. (more…)

Mar 23

It’s springtime here in beautiful Boulder, and Team Oblique has been busy as a bee. After winning several projects at the tail end of last month, we’ve been hard at work cooking up some tasty new designs. Allow us to introduce you to one of our fabulous new clients, Aspen Mesh, who chose us among several Colorado design firms to revamp their brand with a bold new logo, custom stationery suite, and website overhaul. (more…)

Feb 20

Sometimes a company is built for seamless branding. Our Boulder graphic design team got to dive head-first into the refined life on our recent work with Tersa Steam, a cutting-edge product that revolutionizes the way we clean and care for our clothing. At first glance, Tersa Steam appears to be an unassuming mirror or wall decor piece. Look closer, and you’ll see just how incredible it really is, and how it quickly refreshes and revitalizes clothing in a matter of minutes. It’s a movement everybody can get behind, except those who absolutely adore spending their free time doing laundry. (more…)

Feb 6

Ginger Graham had a dream: to open a pie shop where people would gather to swap stories, laugh freely, and, of course, eat delicious pie. But when she teamed up with chef Deborrah Traylor to make the dream a reality, she had no idea how their simple vision would grow to become the Fort Collins culinary extravaganza that is Ginger and Baker. (more…)

Jan 9

Lively, thrilling, and highly creative, 2017 was a wild ride for Oblique Design.

Once again, we dabbled in the restaurant industry as team Oblique won the pitch with Ginger and Baker, Fort Collins’ newest dining experience. While Ginger and Baker is, no joke, the destination to grab your morning coffee and pastry, they’ll keep you coming back for more. Whether it’s a casual lunch, an upscale dinner, an event in their stunning space, or a fine wine tasting in their well-stocked cellar, you’ll feel right at home. It’s a little raw here. It’s a lot real here. Built on tales told and yet-to-tell, Ginger and Baker is at the heart of it all. The Ginger and Baker team approached Oblique Design to evolve their brand and create a 70+ page toolkit to be used across all print collateral, marketing materials, packaging, and website design. We delivered, and have loved seeing our designs come to life. (more…)

Nov 20

We all have clothes lying around that need a quick chemical-free fragrance steam, a handy anti-bacterial whirl and a de-wrinkle lift. Two young guys from St. Louis saw the need and jumped on it to start their own company called Tersa Steam. (more…)