Ideas begin
here, in the studio

My Mission

TM Branding is dedicated to providing innovative, distinctive design solutions that present client brands in captivating ways. We are passionate about each project and take the time necessary to form long lasting business relationships, while striving to deliver work that goes beyond expectations.

Each project is approached as a collaboration. We recognize that no one knows your company better than you do and the maximum potential and effectiveness of your brand can only be achieved by a partnership in the creative process. We view branding as a unique avenue to tell stories, capture attention and inspire people towards new ideas and to take action. Our goal is to create brands that stand the test of time and effectively communicate the value of the products and services behind them. Whatever the medium, from package design, apps, sales decks, web design or advertising campaigns, we strive to deliver unique solutions that effectively communicate your message.

Avi Marciano - Founder

Avi Marciano is a Certified branding consultant and graphic designer. His passion is brand development and visual identity design.

Over the past 15 years Avi has worked with clients of all sizes across various business sectors, from start-ups to 100-year-old companies. He is fortunate to guide a talented and highly-skilled team, enabling them to tackle various forms of work across a wide spectrum of services such as Brand development and Experiential Design.

Avi’s work has been published in the LogoLounge Book Series and is the recipient of 8 LogoLounge Awards. He’s also won 2nd place for the United States in the international Reggae Poster contest which had over 1,000 submissions from 78 countries. He’s been Interviewed by Graphic Art News and by The Brand Academy for an online seminar and has had the opportunity to produce work for celebrities and sport stars including Whoopi Goldberg, Rachel Ray, David Wright and many more.

“Without the aesthetic, the computer is
but a mindless speed machine.”
Paul Rand