Red Attic Design Studio is an award winning graphic design, marketing and illustration business located in the Philadelphia suburbs and founded by Joe Castro Brevoort in 2006. Dedicated to bringing the arts back to graphics, we specializes in creating custom logos and unique brand identities for both new and established businesses. We work with our clients to find the most effective visual method for communicating their message to the public while developing an image that sets them apart from their contemporaries. Since we’re a small studio with low overhead, we are able to offer competitive pricing and personal service with a quick response. We are also proud to do a good deal of work for non-profits.
Originally from Delaware, Joe Castro Brevoort is a nationally recognized artist, musician, designer and filmmaker. Following a 9 year stint as Art Director for Please Touch Museum, the Children’s Museum of Philadelphia, he left the organization in 2007 to commit full time to building Red Attic into the successful business it has become. He has won numerous awards for his design work, which has been featured in Graphic Design USA magazine. As an artist, his paintings and collages have been shown in galleries and art spaces across the United States and Canada. In 2007, he was commissioned to paint a mural for grammy nominated producer Jim Salamone’s new recording studio, Cambridge Sound Studios in Newtown, PA. In 2010, he was one of 6 artists selected (from over 450 applicants) by Vans and Color Magazine to customize one pair of canvas sneakers, which were displayed in art shows in Vancouver, Montreal and Toronto. In 2011, two of his paintings became skateboard graphics – one for for Science Skateboards (London, UK) and the other for Switch Skateboarding (Newark, DE). And in 2012, two of his collages were among 80 accepted (from 528 entries) into the National Collage Society’s 28th Annual Juried Art Exhibit at the Berman Museum.
He is a board member of the Wilmington Skate Project, a non-profit organization working with the city of Wilmington, De to provide a free, high-quality skate plaza for local skateboarders. He has organized and curated two benefit art shows for the WSP, one of which was featured on Fuel TV’s What’s Happening with Chris Pastras show