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November 21st, 2013 by Larry

I’m always wanting to play music off my phone and can never find a solution to get that music louder. Loudbasstard promises to solve this problem while being electricity-free. Sweet!

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Nerd Words

August 21st, 2013 by Larry

The school year is back on. Some may not be excited about this news, but I know a particular sophomore at Georgia Tech who might disagree with you. Enjoy.

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The Future of Ponce de Leon Blvd

August 7th, 2013 by Larry

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Stranger Day – Peace by Piece (Prod. Black Siren)

July 21st, 2013 by Larry

Peep the new Stranger Day video from the “You’re Welcome” mixtape, designed by your crew at We Are The Process. Download the mixtape now in our sidebar!

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Real Madrid 2013/2014 Jerseys

June 3rd, 2013 by Larry

Orange is a new trim color used in Adidas’ new jerseys for Real Madrid. This is the 1st time in the club’s history that they’ve used this color. The new “Merengue” shirt also bears a strange Comic Sans-like font for player names on the back that doesn’t seem to fit with the rest of the jersey’s modern design.

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Nike Vapor Laser Talon

February 26th, 2013 by Larry


Nike Football debuts the Nike Vapor Laser Talon that incorporates a revolutionary 3D printed plate that will help football athletes perform at their best. In a version built to master the 40, the Nike Vapor Laser Talon weighs a mere 5.6 oz. and is specifically designed for optimal traction on football turf and helping athletes maintain their “drive stance” longer. Expect to see these on the feet of many athletes at the NFL combines this week.

The plate of the cleat is crafted using Selective Laser Sintering technology (SLS) and is the sport’s first 3D printed plate. SLS is a manufacturing technique using high-powered lasers to fuse small particles of materials into a 3-dimentional shape. The SLS process allows for the engineering and creation of shapes not possible with traditional manufacturing processes, as well as the ability to make design updates within hours instead of months to truly accelerate the innovation process to never seen speeds.

Imagine a world in the future where we will able to purchase and print athletic gear at home!

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12.21.12 iPhone Backgrounds

December 12th, 2012 by Georgios

The End is Now, Mayan Pyramid, Mayan Code

Today being 12.12.12 makes it very unique. This numerical coincidence won’t happen again for many years. But another date approaches that has some conspiracy theorists paranoid, 12.21.12… The Mayan End of Days. In honor of this once in a lifetime event, we are releasing iPhone wallpapers of some of our graphics from the past.

On December 21, 2012, we will be throwing an End of Days event at Graveyard. The We Are The Process booth setup with all the newest gear. Make sure to mark it on your calendar and spend what might be your last day on earth having a good time.

Download the iPhone Backgrounds below:

The End is Now iPhone4 / The End is Now iPhone5

Mayan Pyramid iPhone4 / Mayan Pyramid iPhone5

Mayan Code iPhone4 / Mayan Code iPhone5

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So Much Multicam!

October 16th, 2012 by Larry


We’re doing some fun things at the studio these days. Stay tuned for more details!

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San Antonio Spurs Unveil New Alternate Jersey

September 19th, 2012 by Larry


The San Antonio Spurs unveil a new alternate jersey that will be worn during the upcoming 2012-13 NBA season. The silver jerseys with black trim feature the Spurs iconic secondary logo prominently on the front. The alternate jerseys will debut at the home opener vs. the Oklahoma City Thunder on Nov. 1 and be worn during multiple home games throughout the season.

The new silver jersey attempts to go modern with the Spurs alternate logo awkwardly placed between the heart and the center of the chest, the number resting on the right breast and black and white vertical stripes along the side panel. The familiar Spurs primary logo is represented above the number on the back of the jersey and the accompanying shorts continue the black and white striped side panel and feature a “SA” monogram logo on the left leg.

I wish I could say that I love the bold decision to feature their secondary logo, but these designers did not fine tune the necessary and crucial placement of an already unbalanced logo. The size of the spur logo seems completely arbitrary and appears as if it was placed on the jersey via a pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey-like activity. Nudge that logo a few centimeters to the left and increase it’s size and I’m with it. If you’re going to make bold moves, you have to pay attention to details!

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Burnaway Event

September 7th, 2012 by Georgios


I created this illustration for the Burnaway Fundraiser Event this Saturday the 8th from 7-11 at the Granite Room in Castleberry Hill. They’ve asked artists, writers, performers, and designers to explore the theme of Atlanta’s ongoing cycles and history of building, destruction, rebuilding, renewing, and expanding–from Sherman’s march to the sea to pre-Olympics urban renewal, from our short memories of the past to our long-running myths of the future–and what the city has lost and gained through these cycles.

I’ve always thought that Atlanta needed a giant monster. New York has King Kong and Tokyo has Godzilla and now Atlanta or in this case #ATLantis has the Kracken.

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