Last weekend, we relocated our design studio back into the heart of Atlanta. We’re now at the cross streets of Ponce de Leon Place & Pylant in a progressive lofted office building known as Good Work. We couldn’t be happier with our new location. The new space will serve as a place for us to conduct our day-to-day branding projects for our clients as EC Design Co., and as a “factory store” for our brand, We Are the Process. Holler at us via Twitter at @WeAreTheProcess if you’re interested in visiting. If you’re in town, you can save on shipping fees by picking up gear in person.
We spent a few days transforming our new digs into a place that felt more like home. There are still some things to be done, but here are some photos documenting the process: Read the rest of this entry »
I didn’t get a chance to create a brand new illustration this week because of the big move to the new studio… which we are all excited about. So I decided to take an older graphic and flip it. This lion was originally a Persian Lion I created for our friend, Farshad@StandardATL.
In Rastafari, “The Lion of Judah” represents Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia and is the symbol for the Rastafari movement. We’ve been listening to a lot of Reggae & Dancehall at the new studio so I thought this would be perfect for this week’s illustration.
With the ever popular trend of Sh*t Girls Say spinoff videos, I thought I’d post some videos that apply to creative industry folks. We’ve either been in this category, or have worked with people that have said these exact lines. My favorite: “It’s not a font, it’s a typeface.” I say this to people all the time and am willing to get in an argument over that terminology. ESPECIALLY, if I drew those letters by hand! NOT A FONT! Anyway, check out all the videos all out after the jump. (Some are better than others) Read the rest of this entry »
With only one more NFL game to be played under the Reebok contract, the folks at Nike are preparing to make some exciting changes to the way teams look on the field. Get hyped up by Michael Irvin in this Nike Football Epic Transformation video.
Yesterday’s Pro Bowl in Hawaii marked the beginning of the Nike era with some new cleats and these awesome team logo gloves (photos after the jump). Read the rest of this entry »
I have always thought of myself as a bit a tech-nerd. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t have a subscription to MACWORLD or anything like that. It’s just a keen interest on where technologies are headed and what the market is thinking that interests me. This one, I believe, isn’t one of them: the new 700-pound and 8′×4′x4′ iPod dock known as the iNuke Boom by Behringer. The iNuke Boom was recently introduced at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Behringer describes the dock as providing “concert quality sound”, but the $29,999.99 price is like that of owning a luxury box at Carnegie Hall. This is obviously keeping up with the trend of the giant iPod Touch.
Playing off of last week’s theme of fusing Mayan Culture with Greek Mythology, I fully developed the other character off the Famine Seal into Zeus, the top dog on Mount Olympus. According to mythology, Prometheus stole fire and gave it to man. This infuriated Zeus so he decided to punish Prometheus by chaining him to a rock and sent an Eagle to tear out his liver everyday… Ouch!
Nike’s FuelBand measures your workouts as well as your everyday activities and quantifies them as NikeFuel, a new universal currency to compare ourselves to others. Everything you need to know about this game-changing release after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »
Trying to start 2012 in full gear, I want to create a new illustration every week and post it on the blog. It would give me a chance to explore more characters. Like this guy, Prometheus, taken from the Famine Seal graphic t-shirt. View it here.
This month’s Nike SB quickstrike is a Janoski Mid Premium. Nicknamed the “Inuit” for it’s winter-weather features: sherpa lining, water resistant obsidian Leather, D-ring boot eyelets, and brown leather laces. An alternate pair of navy blue leather laces comes with the package as well. Score a pair at your local Nike SB retailer now.