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Crisy Meschieri


Crisy Meschieri, Freelance Graphic Designer/Illustrator

Hi there! I'm Crisy, a freelance graphic designer working out of Rocket City, USA (aka Huntsville, Alabama.)

Anyone who knows me has seen very quickly that I am extremely passionate about design; so much so that a regular shopping trip takes me twice as long as it should. You can typically find me standing there in the cookie aisle, not only debating if I want double stuff or chips deluxe, but also also mentally tearing apart the design decisions behind the mouthwatering designs.

The majority of my past work has included branding, advertising, packaging and illustration. I enjoy helping businesses harness their visual identities by getting to the heart of what makes them special, and finding the most memorable solution to their design problem.

I’ve been fortunate enough to have worked with a wide range of clients, from mom and pop shops, to savvy start ups, to Fortune 500 brands. I’ve helped companies design their company’s mascot; craft a company’s brand from the name up; and design packaging that will connect with both their existing and potential customers.

If your company is needing a bit of design back up, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

In the meantime, thanks for stopping by, and I hope that your day filled with both double stuff and chips deluxe cookies.




Graphic Design,Illustration,Package Design

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