About & Press


Marsha Rollinger is a business savvy, versatile designer/illustrator with over 25 years of experience taking concepts from sketches to final, printed products.

“With my diverse background and experience, I understand how to develop a professional relationship with a client. In order for a project to succeed, it takes more than just a great piece of artwork. It requires excellent communication and file management skills throughout the entire process.”
– Marsha Rollinger




Based in Renton, WA, Marsha Rollinger is an experienced, versatile designer who enjoys working in both traditional and digital media. Finding inspiration everywhere, Marsha’s designs range from sophisticated and textural to playful and whimsical. She has artwork for licensing or purchase and is also available for commission work and collaborations. She’d love to connect with you to discuss your artwork needs and how her creative vision could enhance your product lines.

You can reach her at marsha (at) equinoxart.com or 425.503.4585.


Original Artwork Development for Licensing & Purchase

Textile & Surface Pattern Design

• Illustration and Design for 2D and 3D product applications

Art Direction

 Logo and Brand Development

• Graphic Design

• Fluent in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator

(Detailed resume available on LinkedIn)


TOTAL Art LicensingSummer/Fall 2018, featured on page 53

• Print & Pattern blog, “BLUE PRINT 2018″

• UPPERCASE Magazine, Issue #36, featured on page 55

TOTAL Art LicensingSummer/Fall 2017, featured on page 30

TOTAL Art LicensingSummer/Fall 2016, featured on page 38

2016 SURTEX Brochure, featured art on page 5

• Terry’s Fabrics blog, “Designer Insights” interview

• Make it in Design blog, “SURTEX 2015 Preview″

• Print & Pattern blog, “SURTEX 2015 – Round Up″

The Moon From My Attic blog, “Surtex 2015 – Pre-show Promotions, Part 2”

Art & Design Licensing Sourcebook, Summer 2015, featured on page 15

TOTAL Art Licensing, Summer/Fall 2015, featured on page 50

• Make it in Design, The Surface Pattern Design Lookbook – Volume 1, featured on page 8

Make it in Design blog, “Pattern Class Showcase Part 2″

• 1000 Dog Portraits: From the People Who Love Them, pages 132 and 234

• MOYO Magazine, Issue #6, featured on page 96

• UPPERCASE Magazine, Issue #21, featured on page 78

Sock it to Me blog, “Marsha, 1st Place Winner in SITM Global Design-A-Sock Contest!”


• 2017 WA Governor’s Smart Communities Award for Renton Municipal Arts Commission Galvanizing Art Projects

• 2015 George and Annie Lewis Custer Award for Heritage Citizenship for Downtown Renton banner designs incorporating patterns inspired by the city’s historic architecture

Why did Marsha choose to name her business Equinox Art & Design?

Why didn’t she name her freelance studio after herself like many other designers? Marsha wanted to leave the possibility open that it could grow into something more special than she originally imagined and that if successful, the studio could outlast her own lifetime.

Marsha understood that to succeed in the arts industry she needed to be as equally talented with her business skills as she was with her artistic ones. Add in her love of the seasons and the sun and moon, the name “Equinox Art & Design” just fit.

What is Marsha’s future vision for the studio?

Marsha believes art makes the world a more beautiful place and her future vision for the studio includes collaborating with other talented artists, working to create amazing artwork for many different products and applications.

Looking for samples of Marsha’s graphic design work?

Please visit www.equinoxartdesign.com.

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