Marine Lane


Marine Lane is a full-service design agency. 


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Marine Lane is an award-winning boutique graphic design studio founded by creative director Megan Flood. As a small firm, we talk directly to you, addressing your brand objectives and budget. We support a range of clients that include American Express, Verizon, Ogilvy, Procter & Gamble, Mercedes-Benz and No Labels. Our AIGA award-winning work for No Labels has been prominently profiled on MSNBC’s Morning Joe for the past four years. It was also seen by millions during the 2013 and 2014 State of the Union Address.

From conception to launch, Marine Lane gives each project the best visual solution through art + design. Our international talent network of designers, illustrators, letterers and animators lets us tap into the best resources to create unique solutions. Marine Lane manages each assignment with seamless expertise, flair and precision. With a passion for detail, Marine Lane’s signature is excellence and originality, no matter the medium.




  • Creative Strategy
  • All Print and Digital Design 
  • Annual Report Design
  • Newsletters
  • Art Direction
  • Illustration
  • Presentation Design
  • Experiential Graphics
  • Large Outdoor/Indoor Graphics
  • Branding
  • Infographics/Data Visualization 
  • Event Collateral 
  • Apparel/Accessory Design
  • Car Wrapping


  • American Express
  • cpw boutique
  • Fjord Fisheries
  • Ford
  • Glenfiddich
  • Hedera Weddings
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • New York Center for Autism
  • No Labels
  • Ogilvy
  • Red Thread Good Coffee
  • San Pellegrino
  • smart Car
  • TripleDip
  • Tronox
  • TuneIn
  • Tupperware
  • Untold News
  • Verizon


  • Recipient of three 2015 American Graphic Design Awards
  • 2015 Merit Award for the How Promotion Design Awards
  • 2015 Feature on Graphic Design USA
  • 2014 Print Celebrates Design Award
  • 2014 Feature on Graphic Design USA
  • Brides Magazine
  • AIGA Justified Award by Unanimous Decision
  • Hermes Award Winner, 2012
  • Living Without Doorknobs featured on WNYC's The Takeaway
  • Work featured on MSNBC's Morning Joe, 2011-2014
  • Best Invitation of the Week, Brides Magazine
  • Featured on Kenneth Cole's Awearness Blog
  • Featured on Mashable
  • State of the Union Address, 2013, 2014, 2015 


About Megan Flood

As Marine Lane’s founder and creative director, Megan puts passion and personality into every project.

Her career began at Maloney & Fox, where she was hired after its principals heard her documentary project, Living Without Doorknobs, featured on NPR’s The Takeaway with John Hockenberry. She ascended to art director, winning the AIGA’s prestigious Justified award for her work with longtime and current client No Labels. 

Under Megan’s leadership, the firm continually creates compelling work. Marine Lane won Print Magazine's Print Celebrates Design Award plus recognition from and profiles in AIGA and Graphic Design USA, capturing the scope of her team’s capabilities. 

Megan is a regular guest speaker at her alma mater, University of Michigan School of Art & Design, as well as Parsons The New School for Design.


About Yejin Shin

Yejin Shin is an illustrator and designer at Marine Lane whose work has been featured on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Print Magazine, Graphic Design USA, and Yejin earned her BFA in Graphic Design from New York City’s Fashion Institute of Technology in 2012, where selections from her undergraduate portfolio were exhibited at its internationally renowned museum. 

Prior to joining Marine Lane, she assisted the design department at New York City Ballet creating memorable communications seen in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and New York magazine.

South Korean-born Yejin now resides in Queens, enjoying strolls in nearby Cunningham Park. 



Hannah Hillier

Hannah Hillier is a graphic designer and multi-media storyteller from Detroit, where she honed her aesthetic at Dandelion serving clients City of Detroit, Detroit Land Bank and Easter Seals Michigan.

Hannah is a graduate of University of Michigan's Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design, winning the school’s prestigious Gorman Award for her emotionally and visually powerful thesis, Everything Will Be Okay, a multimedia installation about grief and the healing process.

Hannah connects design within her community: she has facilitated creative writing and audio workshops in Detroit’s public high schools; created promotional materials for the Prison Creative Arts Project Annual Lit Review and Art Exhibit; and designed materials for her alma mater's communications office. While studying abroad in Ghana, Hannah created Nungua Artist Map, a visitor’s guide to local artisans.

Hannah's work has appeared on Graphic Design USA, USA Today, and at the 2015 State of the Union Address.


+Anna Visintainer  - biography to come!

+Kiera Hoefle  - biography to come!