Lunar Saloon is the Minneapolis-based creative studio of Alex and Meg Griendling. Collaborating with top talent across multiple creative fields, we believe design and illustration have a unique ability to clarify and embolden any brand, process, or experience.

Meg Griendling

I’m an accountant and the business half of Lunar Saloon. Whether it’s writing up a contract, pricing products, or digging into tax law, I have the analytical side covered. With a background as varied as billing commissions for comedians to creating efficiency reports for restaurants, there’s no project too big or too weird. Aside from crunching numbers, I can be found volunteering with Prepare + Prosper, digging in my garden, playing too much Hearthstone, and dreaming of owning a dog named Tugboat.

Alex Griendling

Over the past 11 years, I’ve designed movie posters in Los Angeles, worked on brands like Apple, Cadillac, and IBM, and joined Google to help revitalize their visual language and create an extensive style guide. Now, I work with various video game and tech companies to make fun, memorable work. When I’m not doing that, I’m volunteering with Art Buddies, teaching at MCAD, streaming my work on Twitch, and reading sci-fi novels.

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We're always looking for new projects, both big and small. Want to see about working together, or just say howdy? Drop us a line, we’ll drop you one back.

Meg Griendling

I’m an accountant and the business half of Lunar Saloon. Whether it’s writing up a contract, pricing products, or digging into tax law, I have the analytical side covered. With a background as varied as billing commissions for comedians to creating efficiency reports for restaurants, there’s no project too big or too weird. Aside from crunching numbers, I can be found volunteering with Prepare + Prosper, digging in my garden, playing too much Hearthstone, and dreaming of owning a dog named Tugboat.

Alex Griendling

Over the past 11 years, I’ve designed movie posters in Los Angeles, worked on brands like Apple, Cadillac, and IBM, and joined Google to help revitalize their visual language and create an extensive style guide. Now, I work with various video game and tech companies to make fun, memorable work. When I’m not doing that, I’m volunteering with Art Buddies, teaching at MCAD, streaming my work on Twitch, and reading sci-fi novels.