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Clients From Hell: How Low Can Your Logo?

I can’t believe the copy I wrote for Excellencico ended up on Clients From Hell!

clientsfromhell:

An anonymous reader writes in to tell us about the How Low Can Your Logo contest. In true crowd source fashion, participants compete to design shitty logos for Excellencico, “a global leader in providing a focused, broad range of services to a world-class, international, region-centric…

So proud to be able to help out with such a cool contest. I love my pals at Fuzzco.
helenrice:

How Low has been a nice surprise. 

So proud to be able to help out with such a cool contest. I love my pals at Fuzzco.

helenrice:

How Low has been a nice surprise. 

(Source: helenrice)

Damn, I was standing in that exact spot 4 months ago. It was a lot colder then.
psql:

Sydney Harbour. I can’t believe I was born in this pretty city and have never got to check it out.

Damn, I was standing in that exact spot 4 months ago. It was a lot colder then.

psql:

Sydney Harbour. I can’t believe I was born in this pretty city and have never got to check it out.

(Source: psql)

Delicious mediterranean chicken I threw together for lunch today. Composed of two or three handfuls of chopped up onion (between a half to a whole onion), a handful of chopped up pepper (red, green, or both), a finely chopped clove of garlic, and a handful of frozen, precooked, strips of chicken (thawed and slightly prewarmed in microwave). Throw everything in a frying pan in that order (don’t prepare at all, let the onions cook while you chop the peppers, etc.); then once it’s all in, let it go for a few minutes while pouring on some white cooking wine to add some sweet flavor. I was delighted that I managed to capture some of the steam coming off of it in my picture.

Delicious mediterranean chicken I threw together for lunch today. Composed of two or three handfuls of chopped up onion (between a half to a whole onion), a handful of chopped up pepper (red, green, or both), a finely chopped clove of garlic, and a handful of frozen, precooked, strips of chicken (thawed and slightly prewarmed in microwave). Throw everything in a frying pan in that order (don’t prepare at all, let the onions cook while you chop the peppers, etc.); then once it’s all in, let it go for a few minutes while pouring on some white cooking wine to add some sweet flavor. I was delighted that I managed to capture some of the steam coming off of it in my picture.

It’s bizarre seeing a Harvest office in the same place as you’ve seen an art show and other social events. Glad to have Warwick in sunny Charleston!
harvesthq:

Harvest Charleston

It’s bizarre seeing a Harvest office in the same place as you’ve seen an art show and other social events. Glad to have Warwick in sunny Charleston!

harvesthq:

Harvest Charleston

I bet you can’t guess where I am.

I bet you can’t guess where I am.

The Great College Visit of 2010 Begins

In about 4 hours I will be flying out of my little home town/small city, Charleston, South Carolina. After 2 hours airborne I will land in Philadelphia. From there, over the course of about 12 days, I will visit New York City, Troy, Boston, Providence, and a few other places. If I knew some Latin quote blessing the traveler with safety, I’d use it now.

The only thing detracting from it is the lack of Helvetica.

The only thing detracting from it is the lack of Helvetica.

If it’s possible to have a fetish for color temperature-based gradients, then I have it.

If it’s possible to have a fetish for color temperature-based gradients, then I have it.

Clients From Hell: How Low Can Your Logo?

I can’t believe the copy I wrote for Excellencico ended up on Clients From Hell!

clientsfromhell:

An anonymous reader writes in to tell us about the How Low Can Your Logo contest. In true crowd source fashion, participants compete to design shitty logos for Excellencico, “a global leader in providing a focused, broad range of services to a world-class, international, region-centric…

So proud to be able to help out with such a cool contest. I love my pals at Fuzzco.
helenrice:

How Low has been a nice surprise. 

So proud to be able to help out with such a cool contest. I love my pals at Fuzzco.

helenrice:

How Low has been a nice surprise. 

(Source: helenrice)

Damn, I was standing in that exact spot 4 months ago. It was a lot colder then.
psql:

Sydney Harbour. I can’t believe I was born in this pretty city and have never got to check it out.

Damn, I was standing in that exact spot 4 months ago. It was a lot colder then.

psql:

Sydney Harbour. I can’t believe I was born in this pretty city and have never got to check it out.

(Source: psql)

Delicious mediterranean chicken I threw together for lunch today. Composed of two or three handfuls of chopped up onion (between a half to a whole onion), a handful of chopped up pepper (red, green, or both), a finely chopped clove of garlic, and a handful of frozen, precooked, strips of chicken (thawed and slightly prewarmed in microwave). Throw everything in a frying pan in that order (don’t prepare at all, let the onions cook while you chop the peppers, etc.); then once it’s all in, let it go for a few minutes while pouring on some white cooking wine to add some sweet flavor. I was delighted that I managed to capture some of the steam coming off of it in my picture.

Delicious mediterranean chicken I threw together for lunch today. Composed of two or three handfuls of chopped up onion (between a half to a whole onion), a handful of chopped up pepper (red, green, or both), a finely chopped clove of garlic, and a handful of frozen, precooked, strips of chicken (thawed and slightly prewarmed in microwave). Throw everything in a frying pan in that order (don’t prepare at all, let the onions cook while you chop the peppers, etc.); then once it’s all in, let it go for a few minutes while pouring on some white cooking wine to add some sweet flavor. I was delighted that I managed to capture some of the steam coming off of it in my picture.

It’s bizarre seeing a Harvest office in the same place as you’ve seen an art show and other social events. Glad to have Warwick in sunny Charleston!
harvesthq:

Harvest Charleston

It’s bizarre seeing a Harvest office in the same place as you’ve seen an art show and other social events. Glad to have Warwick in sunny Charleston!

harvesthq:

Harvest Charleston

I bet you can’t guess where I am.

I bet you can’t guess where I am.

The Great College Visit of 2010 Begins

In about 4 hours I will be flying out of my little home town/small city, Charleston, South Carolina. After 2 hours airborne I will land in Philadelphia. From there, over the course of about 12 days, I will visit New York City, Troy, Boston, Providence, and a few other places. If I knew some Latin quote blessing the traveler with safety, I’d use it now.

The only thing detracting from it is the lack of Helvetica.

The only thing detracting from it is the lack of Helvetica.

If it’s possible to have a fetish for color temperature-based gradients, then I have it.

If it’s possible to have a fetish for color temperature-based gradients, then I have it.

The Great College Visit of 2010 Begins

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