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Office Find: Graveyard “G Sickle” Stickers by We Are The Process

August 29th, 2012 by Larry


While cleaning our studio the other day, I found a fat stack of these logo stickers we designed and produced for East Atlanta’s Graveyard Tavern back in 2009. We’ll be shipping them out with all online orders from the We Are The Process online store while supplies last! Get ‘em before they’re gone!

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Pale Rider II Skate Deck

August 2nd, 2012 by Georgios


We’re releasing our We Are The Process Summer 2012 line very soon and as a sneak peak, we’ve made this skate deck for the 3rd annual “Let The Good Times Roll” skate deck art show. It’s organized by our friends over at Black Sheep Skateshop in Charlotte. It will take place at Twenty-Two Art gallery from August 11-31.

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WATP Online Store Restocked

July 31st, 2012 by Larry


The We Are the Process Online Store has been restocked with lots of sizes and colorways that you may have missed out on. Don’t sleep on this news bc certain sizes and colors are certain to move quickly. Visit the WATP Online Store.

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Introducing: Neil Chopra

July 20th, 2012 by Larry


We’d like to welcome Neil Chopra to our team here are EC/DC & We Are the Process. Neil will be interning with us throughout the summer and beyond. He is about to begin his last year in the communication arts/design program at SCAD Atlanta while simultaneously working at Nike Running at Lenox Mall, and helping us #GrowTheBrand. Needless to say, he’s a busy cat, but he relishes in keeping things moving. Neil is a huge sports fan (like myself) and his allegiances lie with the Los Angeles Lakers, Baltimore Ravens, Arsenal, Atlanta Braves, and the Atlanta Hawks “when they aren’t totally embarrassing”. Follow him at @NeilChopz.

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Nike 21st C. Windrunner V. Medal Stand Look

July 10th, 2012 by Larry


Nike worked with renowned artist Marcus Gaab to explore the 21st C. Windrunner V. jacket and it’s highly reflective properties. Modeled after a sportswear staple, the Windrunner is detailed with the trademark V-shaped chevron across the chest, dotted with ventilation perforations across the back and finished off with a hyper reflective shell that burns bright under the most subtle lights. Serving function and aesthetic, The “United States of America” is applied with precision laser technology, while the lower back is detailed with 50 perforations — one for each state. A badge on the inside of the jacket, placed over the heart reads “Team USA.”

The Nike 21st C. Windrunner V. will be worn on the medal stand in London for those that win gold, silver or bronze in the following sports: USA Badminton, USA Trampoline, USA Cycling (Track), USA Canoe/Kayak, USA Weightlifting, USA Judo, USA Swimming, USA Gymnastics, USA Track and Field, USA Triathlon, USA Tennis, USA Sailing, USA Synchronized Swimming, USA Table Tennis, USA Rowing, USA Taekwondo, USA Modern Pentathlon. Paralympic: Judo, Powerlifting, Goal Ball, Table Tennis, Cycling, Swimming, Rowing, Track and Field, Sailing, Wheelchair Tennis, Boccia, and Fencing.

This Windrunner will definitely be highly coveted by Olympians and fans alike. Good news for us non-Olympic athletes: There will be a version available for retail around the start of the London games. Stay up on for updates.

Check out a video of the 21st C. Windrunner V. in action after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

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May 31st, 2012 by Larry


Fans of logo design, typography, and automobiles will love Chromeography, a website comprised almost entirely of photo submissions in praise of the chrome logos and lettering affixed to vintage automobiles and electric appliances — those unsung metal emblems and badges that are overlooked, forgotten, damaged, lost to time or the dump.

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Batman Icon’s Mutation

May 31st, 2012 by Larry

A mega THANK YOU goes out to the nerd who put this video together! You know who you are!

Category: Comics, Design, Video Comments: No Comments »

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The Making of Nike Football National Team Jerseys

May 24th, 2012 by Larry

Most of us have heard that Nike has been making team jerseys out of 7 recycled water bottles, but this is the first time we are getting a behind-the-scenes look at the actual production process. Whoever created this technology has truly done something to help our environment, as I can see this lightweight fabric replacing cotton or wool, in many instances.

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Cincinnati Reds Honor Chipper Jones

May 21st, 2012 by Larry


The Cincinnati Reds will honor Chipper Jones with special bases at the Great American Ball Park during their 4-game set against the Atlanta Braves this week. The bases are emblazoned with a plaque reading, “Celebrating the Career of #10 Chipper Jones” bearing both the Reds & Braves team logos. I’m impressed to see a team honor an opposing player in this way, but it’s no surprise as Chipper Jones is sure to be a 1st ballot Hall of Fame inductee. 2 weeks ago, the Chicago Cubs gave Chipper the Atlanta Braves flag that was flying at Wrigley Field during his last visit to the Friendly Confines as an MLB player.

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The Building of the Mayan Pyramid

May 15th, 2012 by Georgios


Here’s a quick look into the building of the Mayan Pyramid graphic. We always start with pencil and paper to plan out the execution and then move onto the computer. Inspired by the Teepee graphic and the “All Seeing Eye” pyramid, we wanted to put a Mayan spin to it so we strayed from the original pyramid design and made it into a “Step” pyramid.

You can check out the t-shirt on the WATP Online Store.

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