VisuaLingual Promotional Seed Bombs for Larkin Poe

VisuaLingual Promotional Seed Bombs for Larkin Poe

Have you heard of Larkin Poe? If you haven’t, you will soon, because this folk rock duo from Atlanta is poised to hit the big time! We were really honored to design and produce 300 custom seed bombs for their recent promotional event.
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Holiday Gift Guide: Goody Two-Shoes: our seed bombs in Foam Magazine.

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Satirical Accessories by Not Made in China

work by Not Made in China

Charlotte-based designer Nikki Mueller runs a one-woman show at Not Made in China, a studio that creates and produces buttons, mirrors, magnets, totes, t-shirts, and prints with a sense of humor. Originally from Oceanside, CA, Nikki both loves her current home in the South and lightheartedly makes fun of it. As an expat myself, I can definitely appreciate this!
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Quack Quack: A Great Way to Get Attention: a cute art prank courtesy of the Museum of Design Atlanta.

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The World Map of Useless Stereotypes: yup.