Exile Creative Group, Inc. was established in early 2005 by graphic designer Sandra Dabney who has created innovative design solutions for many brands — large and small.
Originally from Munich, Germany, Sandra has established a reputation with her clean European design style, layering of textures and color and a big emphasis on branding.

With more than 20 years of experience reaching from the perfoming arts, theatre and entertainment industry, to design and marketing, and many years in advertising in the hotel and casino industry, Sandra and her team bring a unique artistic vision to clients’ products or services.
A true artist at heart, she invests a deep commitment and passion to any project she takes on and works hard to help clients see her vision
in order to accomplish, often exceed their goals and expectations.

Having produced artwork for merchandising lines for well-known
corporations, such as Disney, Warner Bros. Entertainment, and
Universal Studios, she is well seasoned in knowing how to successfully take a product from the initial design concept to final production.

Exile Creative Group focuses on analytics, strategy and planning all
the way to creative execution, and of course – budget!

Our client base reaches from the local Las Vegas market throughout the USA, as well as Europe, China and Russia. Exile Creative Groupbcollaborates on various projects with individual graphic designers, programmers, writers and photographers to ensure the best possible product with one goal in mind — to boost your bottom line!

Sandra is fluent in the German and French language.


We live and breath good design. Time and again we have the opportunity to invent: new solutions, better designs, superior products and brands. We solve complex problems creatively from the inside out. Using our insights from research and experience. We create, inspire, and educate our clients about what’s next.

Besides great design and the visual aesthetics of your marketing collateral, we produce marketing pieces and Websites that are effective, functional and fulfill a certain purpose. Great designers are not necessarily great marketers. That rare combination is found here at Exile Creative Group.

Design Strategy – Creative Problem Solving

  • The public is more familiar with bad design than good design. It is, in effect, conditioned to prefer bad design, because that is what it lives with. The new becomes threatening, the old reassuring.

    Paul Rand American graphic designer best known for his corporate logo designs, including the logos for IBM, UPS, ABC Network, etc.
  • I met Sandra 5 years ago when I relocated from New York City to Las Vegas after spending over 20 years in sales and marketing in major financial institutions on Wall Street. Since then, we have completed many projects together including sales collateral and training materials, advertising, direct mail, web sites and PR for both — B2B and B2C product offerings. Sandra's skills are top-notch, nothing short of Madison Avenue! Her ability to create and execute innovate and effective marketing and collateral materials, plus new product introductions, as well as branding are unsurpassed. She consistently delivers time after time

    Elizabeth Brager Las Vegas
  • Exile Creative Group delivers a rare combination of creative conceptualization, incredible design and marketing savvy.  Sandra is a talented designer who not only drives creative direction and produces exceptional visuals but also quickly grasps business concepts and translates them into effective designs...

    CMarie Consulting / Charlotte, NC
  • Exile Creative has always gone beyond the call of duty to get projects done on time and within budget. Their ability to take rough idea scratches on a piece of paper to a fully executable print campaign made it a true pleasure to work with them. Sandra always delivers more than is expected.

    Douglas Geinzer Recruiting Nevada/Las Vegas HEALS/CEO
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