Our work environment is important to us. So we built a place with room to move and think.
We view ourselves as the new craftsmen of the 21st century. Computers and laser printers are the new tools, but we still craft custom communication solutions for every patron. We inject soul into generic products, provide understanding of invisible technologies, and pinpoint the clarity customers long for.
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Like with many cities in North America, downtown San Diego has gone through a transition in the last decade. Massive investment in new sports facilities has sparked the renovation of once forgotten neighborhoods. In 2007, Miriello Grafico took a marine supply warehouse in the waterfront district and converted it into a design center called The Logan. We created a place to spark both our own creativity and the regeneration of the neighborhood known as Barrio Logan. We've learned firsthand that people respond when you're true to your brand.
"The Barrio" has always been known as the working waterfront community of San Diego. It's the neighborhood where dockworkers, longshoremen, and tug boaters could live modestly, close to their work on the bay front. The history of this largely Hispanic neighborhood provides a sense of belonging and a community rich with tradition. The Barrio is evolving into the new creative community for Southern California architects, designers and craftsmen.