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    D I S C I P L E

    Director Pat Norman asked Go Media to develop a unique promotional campaign for his documentary film “Pinned” that would generate a lot of buzz. Go Media started by designing the poster using a powerful photograph taken by Jim Votava. But this was not enough to get people talking. Go Media took it one step further by hand-stapling a tiny, die-cut paper wrestler into folding business cards, giving each card a unique, hand-crafted appeal.

    In 2011, Jeff Finley was invited to contribute to The Momentus Project illustrating a stylized piece about the Boston Tea Party. The project was curated by Evan Stremke, a designer at Planet Propaganda in Madison, Wisconsin. Evan was a featured designer at Weapons of Mass Creation Fest 2012. In fact, a few of the designers who contributed to this have since become involved with WMC Fest.

    Bravado approached us about doing some typography driven graphics for a merchandise pitch to Roadrunner Record’s Stone Sour. We came up with two drastically different concepts. One was a grungy collage of the band’s name using similar elements that appear on the band’s latest album cover. The other was an ornate type treatment highlighted by swooping curves and flourishes.

    This design has been the subject of lots of criticism and praise. When I originally designed it, it was for Jedidiah clothing back in 2007 but was not accepted. The design just sat in our portfolio for quite some time and people either loved it or hated it. They hated it because they said it was unprintable, too many colors, and too big on the shirt. They told us we weren’t being considerate of our client and wasted their time and money designing something that wasn’t even printable.

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