The Blank Slate: Where Have We Seen Your Work?

The Blank Slate: Where Have We Seen Your Work?

No matter how many projects you’ve worked on in your design career there is always that feeling when you see your work in print, out in the world. I’ve worked on a lot of projects over the years, and I still get a little tiny thrill every time I see my work in public. Whether you’re a new designer just getting your feet wet or a seasoned professional with hundreds of projects under your belt, I guarantee the feeling is the same every time.

This got me to wondering when and where I might have seen some of our readers work. I may have something sitting on my desk or may have passed something on the street that contains something a WeGraphics user might have worked on. So let the community know…

Where Have We Seen Your Work?

Sound off… Toot your own horn. You know the drill. :-)


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Nathan Brown

Nathan Brown is a graphic designer who loves working with various media. He combines traditional art styles with a little experimentation and digital flare. Nathan's works have contained everything from ink and paint to leaves and a box of dirt. Everything is fare game when it comes to his approach to art. Nathan lives in Austin, Texas where he has been working as a designer for 10 years.


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  1. You may have seen my work if you ever been in a Figaro’s Pizza or Pizza Schmizza restaurant!

  2. Cricketfoot

    You made the stuff for Pizza Schmizza!? I loved that name and there was one in my area but it unfortunately closed down before I had the chance.

  3. willem tiemersma

    Most of my stuff can be seen at festivals! And it’s true, it really gives a nice feeling when seeing you’re own stuff at such things.

  4. If anyone is in the Philadelphia region you can see some of my work on business cards and other promo material in the area. I’ve done a lot of the branding for start-ups around here, so much of their print material (and online) is my design.

  5. Justin Tordella

    I’ve been lucky enough to have a lot of success doing apparel design in the music industry, so you could see many of my tshirt designs on tour with bands all around the world, as well as in retail stores such as Walmart, Toys R Us, Hot Topic, Kohls, etc. If you are a Justin Bieber fan, or have a kid or relative who is, you have most likely seen my work haha

  6. In the past, i worked on direct mail pieces, and mailer advertisements for KFC and Wienerschnitzel in Southern California. I have also done some freelance for a gambler’s anonymous group, and a lot of internal works for various companies, including Yahoo!. Lately I am doing production work at Quiksilver for their DC Shoe catalogs which are worldwide, so I’m sure some of you have seen those.

  7. My school’s prom invitations haha. You can see a preview on my website. It was pretty cool seeing my name at the bottom of every invitation and knowing everyone would see it. It wasn’t one of my best designs, but it was pretty cool.

  8. Daniel

    All over my high school, and recently on a film festival that took place on my city, and can I say with my 17 years of life, it feels awsome to look my job on the streets!

  9. I’ve done some merch for an semi-known but upcoming band here in Germany. It’s a thrill everytime I’m at their shows and all the fans are wearing the merch I’ve designed.

  10. Webjohn01

    That’s true in my own experience I feel overwhelmed when I see my work in public. especially when my clients like it very much.

  11. Mandy Poremba

    You can see my work in and around the GTA (Greater Toronto Area).
    I do work for a local band (show posters/promo sites/merch design etc). I also do work for documentaries in the film festival circuit including TIFF and EnRoute Film Festivals. I also have branded a new start up recording studio on Queen St. W.
    Exciting stuff!

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