Sunday, April 18, 2010

Polite Company Logos


One of my classmates from the University of Colorado at Boulder who has moved back to Boston is launching a new clothing brand called Polite Company. He was the co-founder of street wear brand Eighties Babies, which found a nice little niche in the Colorado Front Range area.

I was called upon to do some logos for the brand. Unfortunately after submitting these the company had already decided to go in a new direction for their overall theme. I passed the work onto my friends and logo gurus Made Service.

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Thursday, April 1, 2010

Capitol Hill Denver Colorado


After 7 months of drifting around California and Colorado with the help of a Honda Odyssey minivan and an internally pumped air mattress, I have had enough with the vagabond lifestyle and secured a base camp. It will be a refuge where, hopefully, graphic design will be exciting and productive.

For self motivating productivity I knew I wanted to be close to the heart of the city, where the air is energetic and the people are vibrant. At first I would have never thought to look for the place I am in, but after two afternoons of poking around, I knew when I walked into this one that it was it. Any other place I would ultimately be spending money renting after being in it, would just leave me pissed off about why I wasn't in my dream spot. The spot with a VIEW:




Click to watch timelapse of tonights sunset.

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