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FEATURED PROJECT

Client: Bishop's Vineyard
Project: Logo Design + Stationery


We helped give rise to Bishop's Vineyard with its logo creation and business stationery. We then applied the logo to hand illustrated/designed wine labels as well. View more images here.
LET'S TALK DESIGN

Designers are trained to solve problems, frequently in a visual way. Designers can form images in their mind’s eye, manipulating and evaluating ideas before, during, and after putting them on paper or on the computer screen. Visual thinking used by designers institutes a cognitive system equivalent with, but different from, the verbal language system. And not just trained designers. It seems that human beings have an innate capacity for cognitive modeling and its expression through sketching, drawing, construction, acting out, and so on, that is fundamental to human thought.
COOL STUFF

Hang your clothing in style with the hook-free magnetic clothing hanger. CLING is a magnetic hanging system designed to help display your prized clothing in style and have your closet looking cooler than ever. It offers a new approach and perspective to the way we hang our clothing. It is minimal, easy to use and a perfect substitute for your hangers. Back these guys on Kickstarter!
FOR YOUR HEALTH

We've all heard of the dangers of GMO foods. If you want eliminate them from your diet, be prepared to cut out the following foods from your diet (unless labeled non-gmo):
1. Canned soups
2. Frozen foods
3. Sweetened juices
4. Cereals
5. Vegetable and Canola oils
6. Tofu
7. Sodas
MUSIC WE LIKE

Artist: LTN
Album: People I'll Never Forget


I love these guys. Their house music has real heart and soul, and it's great for exercising as well as dancing. The beats are great for running or biking and overall inspiring while in the zone. One of my favorite jams is "Feeling Like Yeah" from the album Miami: The Warm Up 2015. You can search LTN on iTunes and see all their songs on their own albums and on various compilations.

DID YOU KNOW

Anything less than five minutes to fall asleep at night means you're sleep deprived. The ideal is between 10 and 15 minutes, meaning you're still tired enough to sleep deeply, but not so exhausted you feel sleepy by day.