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Annie Selke Rug Design Challenge

I closed my shop in 2016 to take a break from designing products and work on honing my style overall. It’s been a welcome break, but I’m ready to hop back into it; I’ve finally got something to say visually again and it feels so good to be designing again. I’m excited to announce that
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Invitation Design: Cleats & Cocktails

For two years now, I’ve been working with the Wes Welker Foundation to create the printed materials for their annual Cleats & Cocktails gala. The foundation provides sporting equipment and gear to at-risk youth in the Oklahoma City area. This year was the tenth anniversary of their event, and the theme was Diamonds in the Turf.
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This is how you mix patterns & color

I’m currently obsessing over the work of Dutch designer Marie-Anne Oudejan (also the founder of Tocca, a line I’ve long admired). I’m always interested in the stories of multidisciplinary creatives. To me, design has never been about just one thing – I know, how very postmodern, right? It’s how the influence of one medium bleeds over
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6 Color-Loving Artists To Follow

I love finding new-to-me artists and artwork is more accessible than ever. The common thread to most of these is a bold use of color and an individualistic point of view. DOROTHY SHAIN GESCHARDT HENRIK SORENSEN CHAD WYS CAROLYN GAVIN