Monday, December 28, 2009

Come Meet Scott Mcinnis

Here is the Invite

Republican Candidate for Governor, Scott Mcinnis, will be discussing campaign topics for the 2010 Governor election. This will be a chance for you to come in and talk with Scott, one on one. If you know me then you probably know how I feel about republicans. Scott is not your typical Republican. The is really great chance to ask him questions about his campaign, the future of colorado, and any other random questions you might have. he likes to answer any questions you throw at him, no matter how hard/pressuring they might be.

He will be coming to my place of work on January 6th at 6 pm to discuss the issues. I would really suggest you come and enjoy the food and listen to him speak.

This is an open invitation to all who read this. Please come, see our space, and meet Scott.

Thursday, December 17, 2009

this is the ad we put out in DINING OUT for our client mor beverage.
CD - John Meyer
AD - Jeff Previdi
AD - Jordan Holloway
Photo: Yours Truly

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

sorry it's been a while, we have been busy.

we started working with this client named at the time "The Vault." named for the building they worked out of. they came to us with a rush project of getting their logo, mission statement and identity book done. well 2 weeks later it's done. all 30 pages. along with over 100 logos. here is the book and as follows, is the logo they landed on. they are now called ELEVEN. without further adieu ... ELEVEN

Denver’s most exclusive “membership only” social club. ELEVEN will offer world-class amenities coupled with unparalleled personal service. Members will have access to the best experiences in the hospitality, dining, nightlife and entertainment worlds that Denver has to offer.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

photoshop vs. paint

“I understand that you prefer to use photoshop, but we don’t feel like that program is universal enough. If you could do all of the design work in Microsoft Paint it would be easier for us to edit what you do and give you an idea of the changes we want.”

i found this very hysterical. we here at creative 303 are lucky enough to have clients that 'trust' our work. they pay for our creative, they do not pay to critique our creative.