Presented by Guemes Island Community Center Association (GICCA)
“Enriching and Connecting our Island Community”

Presented by GICCA

“Enriching and Connecting our Island Community”

Devon LeBoutillier

Anyone who has set foot on Guemes Island has likely seen examples of her work. As a matter of fact, much of what you see on our website – guemesislandart.org – is compliments of Devon.

Devon is a graphic and web designer who has done a lot of work for Guemes Island organizations, businesses, and events. You can find her designs all across the island, from event posters, logos, and merchandise, to websites and Facebook posts.

She works in a variety of themes from artsy and fun, to modern and clean. The most important part of her work is to create something truly unique for her clients; something that stands out from the crowd. “It is very important to me to create a personal relationship with my client’s so that I can give them a design that is truly unique to them and only them” according to Devon.

Devon moved with her parents from Redmond to Guemes Island in 2013 and has been involved in many activities ever since. Not only does she create eye-catching designs for island organizations, she also volunteers her time bringing joy to the young people of Guemes. She visited Guemes frequently as a kid so she understands what island life is like for the young. When the pandemic cancelled trick-or-treating activities, Devon became the creative genius behind Boo Boxes, which are boxes full of candy and toys that are handed out to Island children at Halloween. 

Devon attended Western Washington University and would spend her summers on Guemes. After graduation in 2018, she moved back home and enjoyed almost every second of her time spent on Guemes.

When Devon is not working, you can find her playing video games until 2 am, binge watching Netflix shows, playing with her parakeet, or enjoying time with her boyfriend.

Devon offers many graphic and web design services which you can find on her website (which is under construction) and on her combined business’s website with her boyfriend.

Devon’s website: www.devonleboutillier.com

Couple of Designers website: www.coupleofdesigners.com

Anyone who has set foot on Guemes Island has likely seen examples of their work. As a matter of fact, much of what you see on our website – guemesislandart.org – is compliments of Devon.

 

Devon is a graphic and web designer who has done a lot of work for Guemes Island organizations, businesses, and events. You can find her designs all across the island, from event posters, logos, and merchandise, to websites and Facebook posts.

 

She works in a variety of themes from artsy and fun, to modern and clean. The most important part of her work is to create something truly unique for her clients; something that stands out from the crowd. “It is very important to me to create a personal relationship with my client’s so that I can give them a design that is truly unique to them and only them” according to Devon.

 

Devon moved with her parents from Redmond to Guemes Island in 2013 and has been involved in many activities ever since. Not only does she create eye-catching designs for island organizations, she also volunteers her time bringing joy to the young people of Guemes. She visited Guemes frequently as a kid so she understands what island life is like for the young. When the pandemic cancelled trick-or-treating activities, Devon became the creative genius behind Boo Boxes, which are boxes full of candy and toys that are handed out to Island children at Halloween. 

 

Devon attended Western Washington University and would spend her summers on Guemes. After graduation in 2018, she moved back home and enjoyed almost every second of her time spent on Guemes.

 

When Devon is not working, you can find her playing video games until 2 am, binge watching Netflix shows, playing with her parakeet, or enjoying time with her boyfriend.

 

Devon offers many graphic and web design services which you can find on her website (which is under construction) and on her combined business’s website with her boyfriend.

 

Devon’s website: www.devonleboutillier.com

Couple of Designers website: www.coupleofdesigners.com

Edens Cemetery Website Design

Sample of Devon’s Portfolio

Concert poster designed for Guemes Island General Store

Promotional Poster for GIA Studio Tour Event

Devon LeBoutillier

Graphic & Web Designer

contact for inquiries

Art is where work meets love.

I have always had a love for art and started drawing at a very young age. After many after-school art classes (thank you mom and dad), I knew I wanted a career as a professional artist. My first step towards that goal was joining the Fine Arts Program at Western Washington University in 2013. On June 16, 2018 I received a Bachelors of Art degree in Studio Art, with a concentration in mixed-media. 


After college I decided to change paths from fine art and join the world of graphic design and digital art. While continuing to use my artistic and creative talents, I now offer graphic design services as a freelance graphic designer. I have designed a variety of logos, menus, banners, posters, websites, merchandise artwork and more for multiple companies, organizations and individuals.

Visit one of my websites for more information. Let’s work together!

Personal: www.devonleboutillier.com

Collaborative work with Chase Graham: www.coupleofdesigners.com

Clients I Have Worked With:

Guemes Island Art Initiative

GICCA

Slow Loris Studio

Guemes Island Electric

Guemes Island Chamber Music Series 

Guemes Island General Store

Packwood Brewing Co.

Edens Cemetery

Gateway Interiors

I want nothing more than to help bring an artistic and creative side to your brand.

Services Available:

Logos

Posters

Business Cards

Menus

Social Media Imagery

Marketing Items

Digital Artwork

Website Design

Branding

 

Any of your graphic & web design needs

*contact via email for inquiries*

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© Devon LeBoutillier