Nestled in the heart of Fort Worth, Texas, you'll find the creative sanctuary of Madelyn Wattigney, a freelance graphic designer
Madelyn's forte lies in crafting inventive logos and brand identities, offering a platform for corporations, startups, and small business proprietors to embark on a journey of creative exploration. Her designs open up new horizons, fostering enhanced brand engagement and contributing to the growth and prosperity of businesses, products, or services.
Meet Madelyn Wattigney, a seasoned brand designer and illustrator renowned for her expertise in crafting visual brand systems that cater to businesses of all scales and across diverse industries. Her exceptional talents have earned her national acclaim, particularly in the realms of branding, logo design, and apparel graphics.
Hailing from the vibrant city of New Orleans, Madelyn's roots in the South run deep. In the early stages of her design career, she collaborated with esteemed establishments such as Emeril’s, Cat’s Meow, Abita Brewery, New Orleans Children’s Museum, and countless Mardi Gras krewes, leaving an indelible mark on her creative journey.
Years ago, Madelyn embarked on a new chapter by relocating to the Dallas/Fort Worth area, initially experiencing a culture shock that eventually transformed into an embrace of the state's rich traditions and unwavering pride. Her love for Margaritas certainly eased the transition, as she reveled in the endless variety available.
Madelyn's dream took shape when she founded Creative Madhouse, a sanctuary where creative energy flows daily. When she's not immersed in the world of design, which is a rare occurrence, Madelyn wears many hats – she's a devoted cook, an avid audiobook enthusiast, a connoisseur of fine teas, a sushi aficionado, a fervent follower of true-crime podcasts, and an ardent advocate for breast cancer awareness.
Published in LogoLounge Book 14
Published in LogoLounge Books 2, 5 & 13
Published in LogoLounge Master Books 1, 2 & 3
Published in David E. Carter’s Big Book of Logos 4 & 5
Published in Graphic Design: USA 24
Honored with a Silver Addy Award
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