Featured Graphics: Delaware North

  Leaving town and want to rep the 512? You can find official SXSW and ACL Live merchandise in the ABIA! These SXSW graphics pop as you walk by because of their backlit setup. Specifically, the lightbox makes the graphic appear digital, crisp, and clean from both close-up and far away.   Cut Vinyl has been… ... Read more...

Featured Graphics: Lyft

Lyft’s Musician Rideshare Program has worked with several local music venues to assure musicians can get to their gigs with their gear. Left, a large vinyl banner promotes the Musician Rideshare Program. Lyft launched the program during Austin’s infamous “Free Week.” The hemmed and grommeted banner announced the launch of this new program. During SXSW, Miller IDS… ... Read more...

Featured Graphics: Texas Book Festival and The Long Center

TEXAS BOOK FESTIVAL The Texas Book Festival (TBF) began with a simple purpose: to bring authors and readers together in a celebration of literature and literacy. Founded in 1995 by Laura Bush (a former librarian and then First Lady of Texas), Mary Margaret Farabee, and a dedicated group of volunteers, the TBF set out to… ... Read more...

February Artist of the Month, Kiah Denson, Displays a Special Flair

We are pleased to celebrate our February Artist of the Month, Kiah Denson. As a born and raised Austinite, Kiah uses the energy of nature and travel to create striking colorful and abstract images that leap off the canvas or page. She graduated from Colorado College in 2005, earning a BA in Studio Art with… ... Read more...

Oct / Nov Artist of the Month: Ethan Azarian

Our Artist of the month for both October AND November is Ethan Azarian. His painting, 1870 Our Lady of Guadalupe, is featured in our East 7th Street location right now.    “I live and work full-time as a visual artist in Austin, Texas. I realized early on in my career that it was important to… ... Read more...

July Featured Artist: Casie Warnke

Like most everyone, our July Featured Artist is fascinated by the human face.  Casie Warnke has been drawing, including portraits, since she was a kid. As she became older, she realized that she had a fascination for people’s faces. She believes that she can feel people’s energy and that the eyes are truly the windows to the soul. She feels someone’s emotions through… ... Read more...

The Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas

Please join us for a look at The Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas. This 520,000 SF teaching hospital, together with the Dell Medical School, will transform the way healthcare is delivered in Central Texas.  Community Invitation: Help celebrate the opening of Dell Seton Medical Center, a teaching hospital built by Seton Healthcare Family. Preview the… ... Read more...

Making Directional Signage More Interesting

  Recently, we had the opportunity to design and print signage for the Skyline Theater at the Long Center. Our designer, Justin Espinosa, crafted this signage to help direct concert-goers during their visit and enhance their experience. Like all good wayfinding signage, this work catches the eye, informs and reflects the feel of the venue. And with… ... Read more...

Our Sign is Back

We are SO excited about the arrival of our iconic and much-loved sign at our 7th Street location today!

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Miller IDS’ Featured August Artist

Our August artist, Heidi Miller Lowell, is a long-time Austin resident. First teaching in our public schools, she then launched the town’s beloved Artery, which offers an art collective,  summer camp and and provides nursing home classes in art. The Artery’s goal is “for each artist to come away from each lesson with a sense… ... Read more...