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Tag Archives: Graphic Design
It has been a long time since I have posted anything about design stuff I have been working on so I’ve decided to put together a short little post about what I have been working on recently. Your comments and … Continue reading
Last year I had a Geary’s summer ale and wasn’t really impressed with it or the packaging. This year they have turned it all around with a good summer beer and some awesome packaging. Geary’s is a typical summer beer; … Continue reading
I first heard of this Rum from an issue of Communication Arts magazine, where it was featured in with the 51st packaging design winners. It was chosen for a very good reason too, it’s bad ass. At this point I … Continue reading
I haven’t posted any of my recent work in a while so here’s somethin’ for ya. I was given the task of creating a PDF document for our companies brand guidelines. Our old guide was two pages…so I went quite … Continue reading
**Note – I wrote this a while ago and forgot to post it** So the other day I went to the Boston Tattoo Convention…like I have already stated…don’t ask. Honestly I’m not a HUGE fan of the community, but I … Continue reading