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yes.I.said is Chicago artist Dan Mohr, who has been collaborating with businesses, individuals, artists, & organizations around the world since 2002.
Graphic Design for Print
Even in today’s increasingly screen-oriented market, every marketing plan requires key print items, from brochures and business cards to signage and product packaging. yes.I.said has been producing innovative print and editorial layouts for nearly two decades. Our special relationships with trade printers allow us to offer premium products at competitive prices. From concept to execution, yes.I.said is the only stop you’ll need to make for your company’s next print project.
POSTERS / BUSINESS CARDS / FLYERS / CD & VINYL PACKAGING / SIGNAGE / BROCHURES / BOOKS / MAGAZINES / APPAREL / PROMOTIONAL ITEMS /
Integrated Brand Identity Design
yes.I.said offers a complete suite of services to create or refresh your business’ brand from the ground up. From logo design to print collateral and social media content, we create high-impact, unique visuals optimized to attract your target audience and stimulate growth and trust.
LOGOS / WEBSITES / PRINT COLLATERAL / SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT / EMAIL NEWSLETTERS / EVENT PHOTOGRAPHY / SIGNAGE & WAYFINDING / VIDEO & MOTION GRAPHICS /
Photography is a crucial component to nearly every project. Rather than searching through endless pages of characterless stock photography for suitable pics, yes.I.said can give your brand a unique edge with the images you really need. Whether it’s company portraits, office artwork, product photography, or documentation of your event or performance, yes.I.said provides an impeccable eye at competitive rates. We offer photography as a stand-alone service, or as a component of larger design projects.
EVENT / PORTRAIT / PRODUCT / ARTWORK / ARCHITECTURAL / INTERIOR / LANDSCAPE /
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“Dan Mohr is truly an artist that can translate your ideas into reality. From the beginning he has understood and implemented our corporate design flawlessly and creatively. We certainly look forward to continuing our work with Dan and would recommend him to anyone looking for a great graphic designer and photographer.”
—Denise Elsman, Marketing Coordinator, Goethe-Institut Chicago
“[Dan] is multi-talented in graphic design, web design, and photography. We drew on his skills to create an aesthetically compelling and user-friendly website that captures our unique identity as a practice. I couldn't recommend him more highly.”
—Gregory Rizzolo MA LCPC, Depth Counseling
“[Dan’s] ability to capture the essence of a project in a logo, design aesthetic, or quotable sentence is evidence of a creative intelligence that strengthens the public face of any endeavor. I trust him to work quickly, intuitively, and within budget—a rare combination!”
—Rachel Damon, Artistic Director, Synapse Arts
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the riots at Stonewall, Goethe-Instituts around the world are mounting an exhibit called ‘Queer as German Folk’ described as “50 Years of Transatlantic Rainbow Friendship.” For a local component in Chicago’s iteration, I was charged with designing a large print map that displays the information compiled in a Google Map by two interns at the Goethe-Institut, Mason Culkin and Liliana Macias.
Goethe-Institut Chicago is keeping me very busy this year. Last week, as part of Wunderbar Together, Goethe hosted Germany Week in downtown Chicago’s Daley Plaza. The event featured a host of discussions, performances, exhibits, and events celebrating the relationship between the two countries. They tapped me to photograph three events.
Late last year, Chuck Weikel and Larry Barr reached out to yes.I.said about creating a logo and a website for their new financial advisory Middle Branch Partners. They were colleagues at another firm, and were on the brink of branching out on their own in early 2019. Here’s what happened.
Inspired to reach out by my incessant painting posts on Instagram, a friend gave me my first commission for a large-scale painting. Here’s what happened.
For the past year or so, I’ve been making holiday- and pet-themed animations for use in social media posts and email newsletters for long-time client Out-U-Go!. This year’s X-Files-themed gif for Halloween takes the cake as both the silliest and most stylish one yet.
My husband has been out of town for work, and I’ve been feeling a lot of experimental creative energy. All of the work I do on screens leaves me hungry for a more tactile creative experience, and I’ve gone in search of a painting technique that scratches that itch.