Case

Brush & Nib Studio v. City of Phoenix

State high court says Phoenix can’t violate artists’ freedom of speech, religion (5/29/2020)

Client Story

Brush & Nib Studio

In January 2015, after first meeting at a Bible study where they learned about their mutual passions for art, two young women met at a North Phoenix Starbucks over tea and hot chocolate and hatched a plan to create and sell art together. (4/19/2020)

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5 W’s Explaining the Brush & Nib Studio Case

Let’s take a look at the facts of their case and the hearts that fuel Brush & Nib Studio. (4/20/2020)

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HUGE WIN for Brush & Nib Studio! Arizona Supreme Court Upholds Freedom of Two Phoenix Artists

The Arizona Supreme Court ruled in favor of Joanna and Breanna, recognizing that Phoenix cannot force artists to express messages or celebrate events that violate their beliefs. Praise God! (4/30/2020)

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Beautiful Things Come From God: Meet Brush & Nib Studio

When Joanna Duka began planning her new calligraphy business in 2014, she was unsure of its future. (4/20/2020)

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The Heart Behind Brush & Nib’s Custom Creations

You can see Breanna & Joanna's heart and passion reflected in each piece of art they create. (4/20/2020)

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Creativity Like This Should Be Rewarded – Instead, It Could Be Punished

These two young women had the courage to start a business. Now they are standing up for the rights of all creative professionals in the Phoenix area. (4/20/2020)

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Will the Arizona Supreme Court Protect the Freedoms of These Artists?

The Arizona Supreme Court agreed to take up this pivotal artistic and religious freedom case. (4/20/2020)

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Christian Artists in Arizona Still Fighting for Religious Freedom Following Masterpiece Decision

One of the big takeaways from the Supreme Court victory for Colorado cake artist Jack Phillips is that religious objections to same-sex marriage are not only valid, but in many instances, protected by the Constitution. (4/20/2020)

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Christian Artists in Arizona Still Fighting for Religious Freedom Following Masterpiece Decision

One of the big takeaways from the Supreme Court victory for Colorado cake artist Jack Phillips is that religious objections to same-sex marriage are not only valid, but in many instances, protected by the Constitution. (4/20/2020)