About Annie Brulé

Graphics at the Intersection of Art and Culture

Annie opened her studio doors in 2006 with a bi-cultural logo design for Vashon-Santiago Sister Cities Project. She works at the intersection of art and culture, producing maps and graphics for tribes, land trusts, ecological organizations, and private clients. Her work often walks in two worlds, with cross-cultural elements combining to tell a complex ecological story. 

Corporate and nonprofit clients include Microsoft, Jones + Jones Architects, PBJS Communications, Julie Speidel, Vashon Island Coffee Roasterie, Olympic Instruments Inc., and the Vashon Poetry Festival. 

Tribal clients include the Northwest Indian College, The Muckleshoot Tribe, and the Upper Snake River Tribes Foundation.