Friday, July 31, 2009

Screens 'N' Spokes: Decoder Ring Design Concern

We're ba-ack. Let the print parade begin.

First off is a sexy number from Renee Fernandez of the Decoder Ring Design Concern, hailing from Austin, TX. Renee is an avid biker and her print uses cool greens and yellows to fill your wall with double entendres.

Renee started as an intern and has worked her way up through the ranks at Decoder Ring Design Concern, a celebrated and respected force in the creative industry.

Among the folks Renee works with is Geoff Peveto, purveyor of many good things. In addition to manning the helm as president of Decoder Prints, Geoff currently serves as President of the American Poster Institute and runs the international Flatstock poster convention. He’s also served on the organizational committee for Austin’s AIGA Design Ranch since 2005. Recently Geoff decided sleep was overrated and opened Frank, a sorely needed artisan porkhouse in Austin specializing in hot dogs and cold beer.

Ok. Back to the print. Here she is...

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