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Rehab – Welcome Home [New Single + Design Process]

February 23rd, 2010 by Larry


Rehab‘s new single, Welcome Home, hits iTunes today. I had the privilege to lead a team of designers (my Entertainment Design class at Portfolio Center) on some early concepts for the artwork to accompany this single. We ultimately arrived at this finished artwork after consulting with the band. It’s an photo of Danny (Rehab’s lead vocalist) as a kid and his grandfather in their Air Force jumpsuits. It’s a very personal moment in his life that he’s opening up and sharing to the rest of the world. Download the single on iTunes here.

Check out the range of design comps we created throughout the design process after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

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Mystery Art – Process & Black Sheep

February 21st, 2010 by Larry


I’m not really sure what this is all about, but this framed photo was dropped off at Black Sheep in Charlotte on Friday. Was it for an art show, or a tribute to the Sheep and Process? It’s pretty cool either way…

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FIFA 10 – Ross Throws In the Towel

February 19th, 2010 by Larry

Today, Ross and I played a friendly match of soccer (football) on PS3. Netherlands v. Hamburger SV on FIFA 10. After this spin move, Ross decided he didn’t want to play against me for the rest of the afternoon. I love being able to take an afternoon off to grab lunch with a good friend and kick his butt at some FIFA.

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Nike Six Collaborations: USA by Mr. Cartoon

February 16th, 2010 by Larry


Nike Sportswear has teamed up with 6 emerging artists from 6 countries and have given them the design liberty to create alternative National Team Kits that flip the script on the classic football kit. In order to accomplish this, the Nike team asked artists contribute a badge, mascot, print and an alphabet in their handwriting style. I’m very pleased with their selection of Mr. Cartoon to represent the U.S. as I have nothing but respect for his work.

Check out the rest of the pieces, including an awesome eagle illustration of his after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

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Kanye, You’re Late!

February 15th, 2010 by Larry


Kanye West posted the Cyhi Da Prynce – Studda & I’m 100 video on his blog today… a little behind the curve this time, Kanye! ATL is strong. Start paying attention, sir.

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Spring is Near

February 14th, 2010 by Larry


Whenever the weather warms up, we’ll be releasing a new collection for Spring. We’ll also be celebrating our 1st Anniversary next month! Stay tuned for more details… If you want to get involved, hit us up at

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Nike Human Chain Short Film

February 11th, 2010 by Larry

Nike’s new short film, Human Chain, celebrates the intensity, dynamism and determination that connects athletes in all sports and motivates them to inspiring performances. ? 

From Lance Armstrong on his bike, to a six-year-old studying martial arts, movement is the universal language that connects the athlete in everyone.

This is a simple visual idea executed with precision by Wieden+Kennedy; a creative agency I’ve always dreamed of working with. W+K, holler at EC sometime…

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Vampire Weekend – Ruby Soho (Rancid Cover)

February 10th, 2010 by Larry


Initially, this seems like an odd pairing of one band covering another. Upon further thought, it kind of makes sense as well. Both bands have similar roots in the dub-reggae world, but they differ drastically at their approach to making music. To me, this Vampire Weekend cover is a lot weaker sounding than the original by Rancid, but it has it’s own moments. Thoughts?

Shouts to the Esperanza crew for the heads-up.

Download: Vampire Weekend – Ruby Soho (Rancid Cover)

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Black & Gold Bike Patrol – Superbowl Sunday

February 8th, 2010 by Larry

I had the privilege of riding with New Orlean’s own, Black & Gold Bike Patrol, on Superbowl Sunday. Although I’ll always be a fan of the boys from big D, I thoroughly enjoyed spreading joy throughout the city with the crew on this historical day. Check out this video of the Black & Gold Bike Patrol parading through one of the finer establishments in New Orleans, Galatoires, to the merriment of all their patrons. Good times!

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Joe Martinez in the EC Treehouse

February 5th, 2010 by Larry


…on American Idol! For a brief moment this week, we caught a glimpse of our boy, Joe Martinez, from the “our contestants come from a wide range of backgrounds” montage on American Idol. Joe says, ”I’m a photographer”. And a damn good one too!

Unfortunately, we won’t be seeing him go on in the competition, but it was somewhat gratifying to see a glimpse of Mr. Martinez; especially since we waited in countless lines all summer long last year.

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