Featured Graphics: KLRU- ACL Hall of Fame

On October 25th, The Moody Theatre in downtown Austin hosted the 5th annual KLRU Austin City Limits Hall of Fame. This year inductees included musical legends Marcia Ball, Ray Charles, and Los Lobos who joined the ranks of other ACL Hall of Famers BB King, Bonnie Raitt, Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, Stevie Ray Vaughn & Double Read More

November Artist of the Month – Ashwara Pillai

Miller IDS is proud to announce Ashwara Pillai with her piece, “Under the Tuscan Sun” as our November 2018 Artist of the Month. An Ann Richards School (ARS) senior, Ashwara’s creative side has prospered since she was young. Now at 17-years-old, Ashwara just completed a solo exhibition of 60 pieces at Imagine Art, a space Read More

Adding Cool Messaging to one of Austin Hottest New Projects

The Beck Group has an exciting project at 2010 East 6th Street in the heart of growing East Austin. They’re currently designing and building the office for developer Aquila Commercial, which will be home to GoDaddy’s Austin office. Because of the project’s urban location, Beck secured a unique “jobsite office” of leased tenant space just across the street from Read More

Helping Make Schools Both Beautiful and Safer

KIPP school installation by miller ids

Our team at Miller IDS recently completed an important project to help improve a campus experience while keeping students safe. KIPP TX, a non-profit, public charter school, had the twin goal of adding eye-catching graphics to identify campus entrances while also providing a heightened level of security. As a forward-thinking educational organization, KIPP recognizes that Read More

September and October Artist of the Month: Claire Lewis

Miller IDS is proud to present our September and October Artist of the Month, Texas born-and-raised, Claire Lewis. Formerly of the Fort Worth area, Lewis now lives in Central Texas where she draws much of her inspiration from the natural world around her. Lewis honed her skills through formal study at various University of Texas Read More