New Work from Cronin Creative!
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New Work from Cronin Creative!


New Work from Cronin Creative!

It’s hard to believe that we’re officially halfway through 2022. As challenging as the times have been, we’ve managed to stay very busy here at Cronin Creative. Over the past six months we’ve crafted a whole lot of quality content and delivered stellar design work for a wide-ranging bunch of cool clients.

From career-spanning coffee table books for the likes of Marty Stuart and Rodney Crowell, to newsletters and clinical writing for Vanderbilt University Medical Center, to advertising and marketing materials for The Mechanical Licensing Collective (MLC), to a freshly redesigned magazine for the Women’s Business Enterprise Council (WBEC), Cronin Creative is dedicated to bringing “Clarity by Design” to all of our clients and to helping their businesses grow and prosper. 

Clients trust Cronin Creative to deliver marketing materials that take their companies to the next level. We are grateful for that trust, and we’re inspired on a daily basis by our clients and the amazing work they do.

Karen proudly displays her “World of Marty Stuart” book. The cover is great looking, but wait until you check out what’s inside! Available now in bookstores and via Amazon.
Cronin Creative recently completed a brand refresh for our friends at The Mechanical Licensing Collective, incorporating playful graphics, increased white space, and additional fonts when appropriate.
At Cronin Creative, we love working with the marketing teams at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, delivering an eclectic mix of design, promotional content, and clinical writing.
The Women’s Business Enterprise Collective (WBEC) does such great work for women entrepreneurs. It was honor to work with the WBEC team of Phala Mire, Julie Lilliston and Kelsey Cunningham on a recent re-design of their annual publication.
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