Christopher Brothers was born in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1977 and currently lives and works in Denver, Colorado. He briefly attended the University of Texas at Austin in the late 90’s and later transferred to The University of New Mexico in Albuquerquen 2004 where he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Studio. Two weeks after graduation, he was on a plane to Andalucía, Spain. Four-and-a-half  months, thirteen  countries, and 57 cities later, Christopher returned to the United States with his sights set on a second college degree. In 2010, he received a second BFA in Communication Design from Texas Tech University, graduating Magna Cum Laude in the process.

During his time at the University of New Mexico, working toward his first BFA, his studies were sharply focused in Painting, Sculpture, Drawing and Art History; he also showed interest in Photography, English, Business, and the Performing Arts. While working toward his second BFA at Texas Tech, he completed several additional art history classes as part of his curriculum in Communication Design and dabbled a bit in Electronic Media & Communications studies.

Before graduating with his second BFA, Christopher secured a position on the ground floor of LocalSteals, where, in his capacity as a Graphic Designer/Digital Artist, he designed and developed the company trademark, identity system, and collateral artwork including presentations, brochures, advertisements, direct mail, and email. In his final semester, he was hired as a Freelance Graphic Designer to create an illustration for the feature article in Pulse Magazine, an award-winning biannual publication for the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.

In the summer of 2010, having shown loyalty and diligence in his 6 months with LocalSteals, Christopher was now viewed as an asset to the fledgling company and was offered the promotion to Vice President/Art Director and also co-ownership in the company. His allegiance to his company would now find him on a year-long market-scouting mission on familiar grounds: Albuquerque, New Mexico. Christopher spent all of 2011 working remotely in New Mexico, yet living 4 blocks from his alma mater. During his time in the “Land of Enchantment”, LocalSteals was selected by a University of New Mexico Public Relations Senior Class of 2011, as a subject for their final school project. He gladly accepted the students’ request and worked with, mentored and advised the group for their entire final semester of college.

In 2012, Christopher moved to Denver to launch Christopher Brothers Design, LLC. Since its inception, “CBD” has worked with a multitude of amazing clients both locally and nationally!

Please visit our Portfolio and Blog Pages (here), and/or visit our CBD Facebook Page to view our current and very exciting freelance projects!

Thank you and have a great day!

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

    • 1998  Artworks Outdoor Sculpture Invitational, (Sculpture) San Marcos, Texas
    • 1999  Dougherty Art Center, (Metal Sculpture) Austin, Texas
    • 2002  UNM Art Building, (Metal Sculpture) Albuquerque, New Mexico
    • 2003  Harwood Art Center Invitational, (5 Paintings) Albuquerque, New Mexico
    • 2004  John Sommers Gallery, (Drawing) Albuquerque, New Mexico
    • 2004  UNM Student Union, (Painting) Albuquerque, New Mexico
    • 2010  Studio Gallery, (Communication Design Senior Exhibition) Lubbock, Texas

Available Services

We provide the following services: Posters, Brochures, Invitations, Logos, Advertising Components, Packaging, Visual Systems, Publication Design, Illustrations and Collaterals!
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