Featured Portfolio: Jordan Gunter

February 5th, 2008 by Larry

If you hang out on Ponce de Leon Avenue in Atlanta after dark, you’ve probably run into Jordan Gunter more than once. With a penchant for speed metal, vodka diets, and eating veggies his familiar face can be found at the Local, Righteous Room, and the Majestic when he’s not at a show. Having just graduated from Portfolio Center, his hard/soft lifestyle reflects itself in his body of work. His environmentally friendly style combines it self with the crusty aesthetic of a punker. Send kudos or hate mail to Jordan at jordangunter@gmail.com

See the rest of Jordan’s portfolio after the jump.








Category: Design, Misc. Comment: 8 Comments »

8 Responses

  1. Michelle Says:

    Wow… I really like that furniture! When does it hit stores? I also want to get drunk on that wine and sit in that cool chair.

  2. merv Says:

    So you guys are showcasing portfolios now? Does this mean Jordan’s a member of the Epidemik Coalition?

  3. Larry Says:

    Jordan’s a good friend who has helped us out with numerous events and photoshoots. He needs a job, and we can’t afford to hire him, so we’re helping him get the word out. We might start regularly doing this for good friends.

  4. Witt Says:

    Nice stuff, Jordan!

  5. Boris Says:

    Good shit Jordan. I’m sure you’ll get picked up by someone quickly. I must say that my favorite is your packaging work. The soil stuff is great but I have always been a sucker for really clean design. Good luck amigo and try not to get in any any trouble while stumbling around Ponce.

  6. Georgios Says:

    Great Job Jordan!! Looks great. Now don’t screw it up in Austin.

  7. trevor wallis Says:

    jordan you better kill it in austin

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