Quick and dirty.
Quick and dirty.
Boom! Hardbodies 2010 is coming up fast. It’s almost LA Marathon time and the Hardbodies gang has added another member. Rich gave me a call wanting to update the Hardbodies just a little bit to accommodate the new addition. Here it is! Go HARDBODIES!
Yesterday, Stephanie made a little journey and picked up some fabric and some frames and told me that we have a project to do. So, I came home and helped her make her project.. Here’s how it went.
Harvey and I got out our tools and got to work!
Boom. A little something for the Young Americans. Quick turnaround.. project due tomorrow.. which means I had some freedom.
So, whilst at Vision Design Studio, we were approached by the City of Long Beach to build a website for them called Bike Long Beach.org. Out of this sprung the opportunity to change their existing logo idea for something new.
I love putting on an event! Along with two friends of mine, Ian Smith and Michael Cartwright, we put on a show called Scene&Heard. I would love to send you to the web page, but you might as well just start out by following us on Twitter. To make a long story short, a few of us At work have been building an event to take place at The Art Institute of Phoenix. Today, I started to put together some of the atwork for it.. Here’s the first draft. Oh, it’s a design competition.
Ah yes. Randomness at work on a Friday. I love it. So Nate and Nycole went to the Howard CDM BBQ today and Nate won a box of goodies consisting of the following:
1. Green glowsticks
2. Yellow glowsticks
3. Heavy-duty hand cleaner
4. Hand conditioner
5. Airgas Equipment manual
7. Harley-Davidson safety glasses
What!? Yah.. exactly. Here’s us in the parking lot:
A friend of mine Troy Grover has been taking some very nice pictures lately. I wanted to try out some things design wise so I “borrowed” one of his images (don’t worry, I’ve asked for permission.. I just haven’t gotten it at this point) (UPDATE – Got permission. Hollar!) and went to town. Hopefully, if he sees this first he’ll allow the use.
So thank you, Troy, for the image. I had fun.