Greg Montemurro | Design | Photography | Illustration
A portfolio site based upon the work of Greg Montemurro
Greg Montemurro, Graphic Design, Photography, Illustration, Boise, Idaho
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recent projects

These are a few of the projects I’ve been working on over the previous months—everything from packaging to logo design, to brand identity. If you need a PDF of my most recent portfolio book, you can get it here. Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions about my work.

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Life is meant to be lived outside the walls of a six-by-six foot, carpeted, beige cage. Until a person truly connects with the world beyond the confines of corporate culture and mission statements, there is no productivity, no creativity, and certainly no fulfillment or joy. It’s a short ride, and making the journey worth-while is all I intend to do while I’m here. Now that we’ve pondered the meaning of life, here are a few of my monkey tricks.


Getting into the nuts and bolts of visual communication is what I’m all about. I live and breath it daily. As creatives we know when something is really great, and we certainly know when something is God-awful. How do we get to that ass-kicking sweet spot called great design? Let me show you…


Photography is my creative outlet beyond (and occasionally between) the 9 and 5 o’clock hours. It’s something that inspires, reconnects and really allows me to explore the world I live in. Light is damn fickle. When it’s right, it’s right, and I really enjoy being in those incredible moments.


When in doubt, sketch it out. Illustration is another creative outlet and design skill I’m honing daily. From the first stroke of the pencil to tuning the last anchor point, it’s a great feeling to take a reference, put it to paper, throw in a light table and scanner, and come up with something truly unique.


Not going to lie. Beer makes (some) people, and unfavorable situations more tolerable. It also keeps me on an even keel when those late night white board sessions come calling. Not too much of course, just enough to bookend the work day and offset the coffee from the productive early hours.