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Hello and welcome to the graphic design portfolio of Rachel Arsenault. I am an independent graphic designer offering over 20 years of graphic design experience in logo development/identity design, and marketing literature such as brochures, catalogs, postcards, newsletters, magazine and newspaper ads, and flyers. Take a look at my portfolio and don’t hesitate to get in touch!


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    Full color chamber magazine distributed to residence and tourists. Also designed about 50% of the ads in the magazine.
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    Full color trifold brochure.
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    Full color chamber magazine distributed to residence and tourists.
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    Full color trifold catering menu.

My graphic design experience and knowledge cumulates from creative positions at small family run print shops, medium sized marketing firms, and as an independent graphic designer. Although I’m located in beautiful Maine USA, my clients are peppered throughout the country and around the world.

I offer affordable solutions for your graphic design needs.

I will work with you to develop concepts and ideas that will create designs that get results for your business. My specialties include logo and identity development, vector art conversion, and design of other marketing literature including, brochures, catalogs, postcards, newsletters, magazine and newspaper ads, and flyers. Some examples of my work can be seen in my portfolio.

I also enjoy working with graphic departments of other businesses such as marketing firms, screen printers, and promotional products companies helping with graphic design work overflow, vector file conversion, client proofs, catalog design, webstore graphics, and other production work.

Whether you are looking for a fresh identity or need other graphic design materials created, I can help. My objective is to approach each project with an innovative perspective and to separate my clients from their competition.

The first step is to determine your needs, the message the design should portray, and its appeal to your customers or users. Please get in touch to discuss your needs.

I look forward to talking with you about your next design project.