Happy New Year from all of us at Mothership Arts. Welcome to 2017!

2016 was a great year for us and our clients. Congrats to William Allen, whose film, Holy Hell, premiered at Sundance and was nominated for a Critics’ Choice Best Documentary Feature Award, with Jared Leto onboard as an executive producer.

We designed branding and developed e-commerce websites for Sweet Pickle Pie, Peter Pepper Clocks, and SunHouse Office. We also launched our own website and brand refresh as well as designing and developing a custom WordPress theme for ANCO’s Insurance for Texas Retailers. Michelle created new album and social media artwork for Jim Stricklan at Front Room Music, and Asad worked with other graphic designers to launch new websites for St. David’s Foundation’s Toast of the Town, Westbank Dry Cleaning, Trovarr, and Pollyseon.

We wish you the best this new year and look forward to helping you grow and prosper! It’s 2017, let’s get this party started!

Our studio is open and currently booking projects, get in touch and let us know how we can help make this your best year in business yet.

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Welcome to the (new and improved) Mothership!

The series of tubes we call the Internet is ever-growing. According to Google, “more Google searches take place on mobile devices than on computers in 10 countries including the US and Japan.” This revelation lead Google to begin ranking websites differently based on how well they are adapted for mobile devices.

Take the Mobile-Friendly Test to see if your site makes the cut, then contact Mothership Arts to learn how you can give your brand an upgrade.

We’ve been creating responsive websites for our clients for several years, and now the time has finally come for us to put our own cyber vessel in order. As we approach 6 years of doing business with start-ups, bands, and other marketing professionals, we feel the time is right to refresh our brand and reposition ourselves as the seasoned professionals we are. However, we will always have a special place in our hearts for our humble beginnings.


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