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It’s Still Early…

November 14th, 2009 by Larry


…but it’s awesome to see the Atlanta Hawks in the #1 spot! They have 3 home games this coming week. Who wants to check out a game or two?

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Set It Off: Julia LeRoy

November 11th, 2009 by Larry


Julia LeRoy

Twin Dagger Turkey (God of Cookery reference)


Where are you from?

Who do you work for? 
The Bookhouse Pub – 736 Ponce de Leon

What are your Current Project(s)? 
Localvore Mondays – a chance to feast on local food prepared by loving hands. Every Monday at the Bookhouse from 5-10pm

Who would you love to work with?
10 clones of me. nobody works as hard for me as i do.

If you had to give all your sneakers away to charity except for one pair, which ones would you keep? 
I’m no sneaker head, but I have a pair of low-top composition notebook Air Jordans that I’m in love with.

What’s on your iPod right now?
Reigning Sound, Dan Sartain, Francois Hardy, Celebration (The band, not the disco song), En Vogue :) , Purple Rain, all Nirvana.

What’s your Favorite ATL food?
The octopus carpaccio and the pork belly at Repast are the best dishes in Atlanta right now.

What’s your Favorite ATL hangout?
Carter Center lawn. it’s my secret spot…oops. Not anymore.

What are your Pet Peeves?
When labels don’t all face the same direction; having enough time for a bike ride, but it’s raining; or it’s a beautiful day and not having enough time for a bike ride.

Shout outs?
My fam, my friends; present, past and future.

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We Are The Process in Hoop Magazine

November 10th, 2009 by Larry


If you pick up a copy of Hoop Mag this month, you’ll notice our line, We Are The Process, featured twice in it’s clothing/fashion section. It’s worth the purchase for ATL’s #27 Zaza Pachulia’s hilarious “fashion police” comments as he rates the leagues best and worst dressers. Thanks to Hoop for puttin’ us on! It’s great to be recognized in a national publication. Check out the page scans after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

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Process & Twitter Contest

November 9th, 2009 by Larry


We’re teaming-up with streetwear blog,, to give away some pieces from the new Process “Love & War” Collection.

1) Follow @WeAreTheProcess & @CtotheJL on Twitter
2)Tweet this exact phrase: Follow @CtotheJL & @WeAreTheProcess to win gear from the Process Fall/Winter “Love & War” Collection. Winner chosen FRI (Plz RT)!

A winner will be announced on on Friday (11/13).

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Straaaaanger Daaaay!

November 5th, 2009 by Larry


I wanted to show-off this hilarious party pic I found of our buddy Shane Coble aka Stranger Day, and thank him for his gigantic order from the new Process Love & War Collection! Thanks for the support in SC/NC Shane!

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Hank Richardson: ADC Grandmaster

November 4th, 2009 by Larry

Sweet stickers Hank! photo by Roger Wong

Congrats to Portfolio Center‘s, Hank Richardson, for being the recipient of The Art Director’s Club‘s Grandmaster Award. Hank is an amazing teacher and mentor to anyone looking to have a career in design. However, I’m not really grasping what the term “grandmaster” really means here. Maybe it means Hank gets black tees and John Lennon spectacles for life?

Seriously though, (I think I can speak for most people who have gone through the Portfolio Center curriculum), Hank has been one of the most influential figures in my life. I didn’t know what I wanted to do with my life until I randomly met Hank one day. After talking with him for several hours, I decided to take a risk, leave my job, and go to school at Portfolio Center.

Over the next few years, I was frequently subjected to his unorthodox teaching style which included 6am classes, weekend classes, marathon 12 hour classes, and the destruction of countless sketchbooks. I learned a tremendous amount from him on how to work hard, work smart, develop concepts, talk to clients, draft logos, work with type, and most importantly, believe in my abilities. He even invited me to return to Portfolio Center to teach a class of my own. I’m now teaching the class that I always wanted to take while I was at PC, Music Industry/Album Cover Design, and I’m having a blast doing so.

The above photo of Hank and I was taken by a classmate, Roger Wong, a few years ago when I was working with a live client on wine bottle designs while I was still a student. I have Hank to thank for setting up that experience, guiding me through the initial stages of the project, and letting me fly on my own. That bro totally changed my life!

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Brooklyn News

November 4th, 2009 by Ted

I’m a daily bicycle commuter and enthusiast that promotes cycling whenever I can. This past summer, I had connected with a grassroots organization called after hearing about their efforts to get more bike racks installed in Brooklyn. Just yesterday, I was asked to participate in a TV spot for the website. Here are the results! combines two of my favorite things: bikes and the internet. Its a website that allows users to suggest new bike rack locations by posting an address and a photo of the suggested location onto the website’s map. The data is sent over to the Department of Transportation and helps them plan their next install locations. The creators of the are based in New York City and are currently running a pilot program of the site in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg and Greenpoint neighborhoods, also known as the ‘epicenters’ of NYC bicycling.

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PROCESS Love & War Collection

November 3rd, 2009 by Larry


Head over to the newly-skinned We Are The Process website to see the new lookbook and be the first to own our new pieces by making a purchase in our online boutique.

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Process Fall/Winter – Love & War

November 2nd, 2009 by Larry


The newest effort by our house line, We Are The Process, is called the “Love & War Collection”. We created this Lubalin-esque logotype for the collection as an homage to one of the greatest typographers of all time, Herb Lubalin. Keep an eye out, as you’ll start to see imagery and pieces from the Love & War collection very soon.

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