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We Are the Process & EC Design Co. at Good Work

January 31st, 2012 by Larry


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 »

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Scoutmob Visit

August 29th, 2011 by Larry


I stopped by Scoutmob headquarters the other day to hand deliver some We Are the Process orders to the fine folk working there, including the illustrious Barry Greene (pictured above). We couldn’t be more appreciative of the support they show our brand. They’re all fans! As a token of their appreciation for my visit, they gave me one of their new tees. Check it out after the jump! Read the rest of this entry »

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Workspaces: Megan Huntz

June 29th, 2011 by Larry


Today I spent the afternoon with an old friend, Megan Huntz, of Megan Huntz Dresses. Over the past few years she has spent time producing her dresses in Italy and Barcelona, but has recently moved her business back to the USA. She has converted her Atlanta, GA home into a dress-making studio that I’ve decided to document here.

Her workspace is a true testament to her work ethic. She takes her craft seriously and she’s going to make moves. It’s great to have Megan back in ATL and I’m excited for the imminent success of her brand! Attention slackers: You can keep making excuses about not having resources handed to you, or you can make magic. Your call.

Check out the rest of Megan’s workspace after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »