What we can do for you.
We were designing before there was such a thing as web design. With over twenty years of design expertise, we’re more experienced than the internet.
We create bespoke websites with up to date, streamlined code. Our graphic designs easily translate to the web for a clean, fast online presence.
We love logos, because our illustration skills can come out to play. Branding is custom made, including the font, so there is never an issue with licensing.
Design is our passion; digital drawing is our joy. We draw in Illustrator for fun and can create anything you can imagine. Challenge accepted!
Who we are.
Mstiv Shop is a full-service, multi-discipline design outfit based in Los Angeles with two decades of design experience.
We specialize in print, illustration, font creation, and front-end web development. We are CSS masters with a bit of hard coding expertise.
We are proficient in all aspects of design from custom logos to marketing materials to putting together a great website for a cohesive business presence.
Ask us and we'll tell you it's possible.
Dreamweaver & Flash
Choose your weapon.
- Marketing material
- Business cards
- USPS compliant mail
- Basic brochure websites
- Small business websites
- Personal websites
- Web ads
- HTML, CSS & PHP
- Custom lettering
- Custom icons
- Black & white outline
- Single-use licenses
- Forever-use licenses
- Product design
- Info graphics
- Books & jackets
How we do what we do.
I’ve already drawn a dragon, but he’s decidedly western in style. This time, I’m on a quest for an eastern-style dragon. When drawing something that already exists, I do some research. According to wikipedia: “The origin of the Chinese dragon is not certain. The presence of dragons within Chinese culture dates back several thousands of[…]
There are a lot of big cats, and most of them look very similar. In the interest of not drawing this pattern more than once, I’m going to draw one spotted big cat, which can double as a leopard… …cheetah… …and jaguar. I normally start with the biggest part of the animal, but this time,[…]
Today, I’m going to show you how I draw a turtle. As usual, I’ll be drawing in Adobe Illustrator with my Wacom tablet. I always start with the largest part first, which is typically the body. Per usual, my animal bodies start off looking like deformed beans. Normally, I don’t add details like this until[…]
I’ll be drawing a crab in Adobe Illustrator CS6 with my trusty Wacom tablet. As usual, when drawing something that already exists, I’m going to need reference material. Here’s a crab. Actually, now that I look at that picture, I believe that’s the back of a crab. What do they look like from the front?[…]
Today, we’re going to draw a possum. I dislike possums. I once said that I won’t consider possums proper beasts until they put their skulls back inside their skin where they belong. How on earth can you make this cute? Well, I said the same thing about crabs, and I managed to make one of[…]
I’m going to show you how I draw a goat. I’ll be drawing in Adobe Illustrator with a Wacom Tablet. As always, the first step in drawing something that already exists is to do some research. Searching the internet for goat… Alright then. Goat. As usual, I start with the body first, and as usual,[…]
Today, we’re going to draw a walrus. I’ll be drawing in Adobe Illustrator with my trusty Wacom tablet. The first step in drawing something that already exists is collecting reference material. Check out this chill dude: We also need a full-body walrus to draw from: Alright, here we go on our walrus adventure. We start[…]