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de.co   |    http://de-co.com.au

"The Brewboys are a local craft brewery with a national reputation. We were asked to create a unique style that could be carried through a range of labels. Our answer was to develop a look that had its roots in traditional labels while using a fresh, modern color palette combined with a dose of quirky imagery."

de.co is a progressive service orientated design company situated in the heart of Adelaide CBD. We have been producing high quality design locally and overseas for the past 25 years.

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Arantxa Rueda   |   http://arantxarueda.com

"Órdaga is an updated version of the traditional Spanish playing cards, introducing female characters both as a tribute and as a statement on contemporary society.The costumes have been designed with cartonboard to each of the generations represented in it."

I am a designer and graphic artist experimenting with photography and collage. If you are interested in prints, collaborations, or just want to say hello, please contact me.

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considertheaesthetic:

"County Line Harvest, an organic farm that focuses on specialty greens and has locations in both Northern and Southern California, needed an identity that was versatile enough to represent both County Line Harvest, their farm in the north, and County Line South, their farm in the south. Logos were needed for both farms that could work together but also apart. Their pop-up ‘Rogue Markets’ also needed to be incorporated into the brand family. We developed their entire identity and rolled out a website, produce boxes and marketing materials. Lettuce illustrations done by the lovely Jane Kim.”

Images from Al Liu.

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DKNG Studios   |   http://dkngstudios.com

"We’re excited to be participating in San Francisco based gallery Spoke Art’s annual Bad Dads show, an art show tribute to the films of Wes Anderson.  The show was recently on display at New York City’s Comic Con and will now return to San Francisco where over 75 pieces will be on display through November 24.For our contribution, we chose to depict all seven of Anderson’s feature films, each as an icon representing some of the most memorable characters and scenes from the films.  The print is an 18″ x 24″ five-color screen print with an edition of 200.  Check out Spoke Art to purchase the print at the gallery or in their online store.”

Dan Kuhlken and Nathan Goldman were both drawn to music and design at an early age, but didn’t combine their talents until 2005 when the duo founded a design studio with the goal of fusing these two creative avenues. The pair has found a niche in linking a personal and unique aesthetic to the world’s most talented musical artists. With dynamically different skill sets ranging from fine art to film production, Dan and Nathan bring diverse talents and artistic perspectives to every project. DKNG strives to provide their clients with the image and recognition that they deserve.

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