Well hello there. My name is Stephanie Inman and I think of myself as artistically omnivorous.

I’m a public artist, graphic designer, and hand lettering artist. I’ve created Art Plans for VRT’s Main Street Station (aka the downtown bus terminal), the Nampa Public Library, Boise City Hall Plaza, as well as The Cultural Arts Plan for the 30th Street Neighborhood. My portfolio includes diverse projects such as a cast aluminum vulture sculpture at Zoo Boise, an installation made of recycled toys, and a custom font. I’m currently working on all-new signage for Boise’s MK Nature Center. I love variety and new challenges.

I believe it is important for all design – be it public art, graphic design, architecture, interiors – to have intentional meaning and connection to its region and site.

I’ve been in love with Boise since my husband and I moved here in 1994. It’s very rewarding to be involved in the culture of this vibrant, outdoorsy, friendly place we call home.

There are so many different ways of communicating messages to the world, and I’m happy to share my work with you. Come on in and have a look.