Curio is a graphic design studio located in Edmonton, Canada.
Formerly Woodward Design, Curio built its reputation on personalized service and consistently clever graphic design: we began in 2002 doing work that is honest, authentic and focused on the client’s needs, no matter the size of the job. Through our more than a decade in business, and a 2015 rebrand, our values haven’t changed.
Curio believes that clients get the best possible work speaking directly to the designer, instead of a project manager. We believe that by taking the time to understand a client’s specific needs, we can craft concepts and solutions that best serve your business or organization. Curio operates with passion and a commitment to producing interesting, memorable work every time.
Curio specializes in graphic design, print design, logos, branding and illustration. We have worked for clients from the arts, business and public sectors including the National Health Practitioners of Canada, Alberta Milk, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Target and many others.
Amanda graduated from MacEwan University’s Design and Illustration program before founding Curio (as Woodward Design) in 2002. She has since guided it to become one of Edmonton’s most recognized graphic design firms. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, been exhibited in New York’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and, in 2010, Amanda was awarded a spot in Avenue Magazine’s Top 40 Under 40. Her personal website is amandaschutz.com.
After graduating from the University of Alberta with a science degree, Graham tried his hand at graphic design at the Faculty of Extension and was immediately hooked. He followed that passion to the MacEwan Design and Illustration program, graduating in 2003. Graham co-founded Pop Echo Records, releasing records by Canadian bands throughout the 2000s. The proud father of two young children, when he can find any spare time Graham enjoys cycling, cooking and tennis.
Rachel joined Curio after graduating from MacEwan’s Design and Illustration program in 2014. Her design philosophy is to fall in love with the process—the results will follow. When she isn’t working, Rachel spends her time drawing, woodworking or making pottery.