Devin Halladay



I'm different.

Portrait of Devin Halladay


Baltimore, MD


Classical music, art, black clothes, minimalism, Jeff Goldblum, typography, literature, running, politics, liberty, coffee


Country music, Guy Fieri, purple, Condoleezza Rice, Kid Rock, bad kerning, planking

A little bit about myself

Hey! I'm Devin Halladay, a designer, poet, developer, sound artist, electronic musician, and sculptor—among other things.

I'm currently living in Baltimore, studying the intersections of design, sculpture, sound, and code at the Maryland Institute College of Art. I have a passion for interdisciplinary sculpture and for applying the poetics of space to all forms of media.

I live and work according to four core tenets:

  • Learn the rules;
  • Promptly and mercilessly break them with spirit and intent;
  • Experiment relentlessly; and
  • Create fearlessly.


Branding & Identity

  • Logo Design
  • Identity Design
  • Brand Collateral
  • Brand Consulting
  • Brand Strategy
  • Brand Creation

Design & Development

  • UI Design
  • Web Design
  • Responsive Design
  • Ecommerce
  • Front-end Development
  • Sass
  • Ruby

Print & Publication

  • Book & Editorial Design
  • Packaging Design
  • Magazine Design
  • Apparel
  • Posters
  • Advertising

Awards and Publications


  • Two pieces selected to be featured in I Invited Britney Spears To Dinner (The Invitation Was Not Accepted), a multidisciplinary graphic design exhibition focusing on nostalgia, disillusionment, and regrowth.
  • Recipient of the Louise N. Myerberg Family Competitive Scholarship
  • Two pieces selected to be featured in MICA’s Fall Foundation show in the fall of 2016.
  • Featured as an outstanding underclassman in MICA’s quarterly magazine, Juxtapositions.
  • Synesthesia poster featured in MICA Design League’s Shhhow!, a surprise exhibition in MICA’s Brown Center that highlighted the work of students in MICA’s graphic design department.


  • Recipient of scholarships including the Trustee Scholarship, Fanny B Thalheimer Scholarship, and Creative Vision Award.
  • Ministry of Print featured on Typewolf, Betalist, ProductHunt, and Hacker News


  • Website featured on, Typewolf, and various other online CSS and web design galleries
  • Article published in Stemmings, an online magazine for designers and other creative professionals


Designer, Freelance 2012–Present

Working with a wide range of clients on diverse projects including web and mobile, branding and identity, poster design, and print has given me the opportunity to explore the design landscape. I collaborate with developers and designers to create effective solutions for clients small and large, in the technology, communications, fashion, lifestyle, entertainment, and non-profit industries.

Designer/Founder, Ministry of Print 2014–2015

As an experiment and successful side project, the Ministry of Print worked to design posters revolving around the idea between word and visual, concept and creation, ephemeral and enduring. Experimentations in communication and representation allowed me to freely break my own rules, fail, and succeed through a process of intellectual ideation and the physical graphic manifestation of my thought processes.

Designer, Leapwise 2014

At Leapwise my job was to create a wide range of designs for clients, ranging from nonprofits to startups to international companies. I worked closely with a team of three other designers and a developer to create effective solutions to client briefs. Additionally, I collaborated daily with the team of developers at Veritix, a Cleveland-based ticketing solutions company, to design and execute a line of ticketing apps and a conceptual rebrand of the company itself and its flagship product, FlashSeats.


Leader, MICA Design League 2015–Present

As a freshman, I was invited to lead the MICA Design League, a student-run organization backed by the Graphic Design department. The MDL sponsors and organizes exhibitions, events, and programming for graphic design majors. Responsibilities include organizing meetings and events, meeting with advisors, and attending Student Voice Association meetings. The nomination made me the first freshman ever to lead the MDL.