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My name is Darcy Hinrichs. I live in Sidney, Nebraska which is rather a small town in the western part of the state. (I am actually a lot closer to Denver than I am Omaha.) I've been married for nearly 15 years to a very tolerant man (anyone married to a designer/artist has to be tolerant, wouldn't you agree?!) Re… Read More
My name is Darcy Hinrichs. I live in Sidney, Nebraska which is rather a small town in the western part of the state. (I am actually a lot closer to Denver than I am Omaha.) I've been married for nearly 15 years to a very tolerant man (anyone married to a designer/artist has to be tolerant, wouldn't you agree?!) Really, though, he's awesome...he's my best friend, my biggest fan and I don't know what I'd do without him. We have four awesome kids who I am so very proud of and hope that I inspire them all to go on to do great things...(I know they will!)

As far as education- I have an Associate's in Art Education from Western Nebraska Community College. I also have a Bachelor's in Graphic Design with an emphasis in both illustration and typography from The Art Institute of Pittsburgh.

I am most passionate about stationery design. I love that it is a field that brings so much joy into a person's life. It helps to signify those important milestones in a person's life such as getting married, having a baby, all those great birthdays that we celebrate, graduations, anniversaries, retirements, etc. And I love the idea that with design, I have that opportunity to somehow be a part of those special events in a person's life, that I can somehow contribute to making it more memorable. And I get a super big thrill from creating several elements for an event and seeing it all pull together. I LOVE it!

Other than stationery design, I currently work as an internet production designer for Cabela's. I also provide other graphic services such as creating business collateral (business cards, stationery, etc.), ads, logos, posters, etc. I actually like the idea of keeping my options open because I like versatility and trying new things. Yes, I emphasize stationery as my specialty but I don't want to close any doors to any awesome opportunities that might allow me to expand my horizons. I also like keeping those doors of opportunity to collaborate with others open. So if you have a project that you think you'd like to talk to me about, let me know! I'd love to talk to you about it! Read Less
Member Since: Feb 21, 2011