GSD&M Holiday Special

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  1. Simon Walker Simon Walker

    The GSD&M 2013 agency holiday card, art directed by Bill Bayne and Bill Marceau. Big cover.

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    4 months ago

  2. Bryan Couchman Bryan Couchman

    nice! great work man.

    4 months ago

  3. Greg Thomas Greg Thomas

    Aw yeah!

    4 months ago

  4. Drew Melton Drew Melton

    Killer!

    4 months ago

  5. Andrew Littmann Andrew Littmann

    Freaking phenomenal dude!

    4 months ago

  6. Scott Greci Scott Greci

    outstanding.

    4 months ago

  7. jwtdesign jwtdesign

    As one of the recipients, definitely made me do a double take! I didn't realize your day job was for GSD&M! Awesome work!

    4 months ago

  8. Rachel Getsinger Rachel Getsinger

    I was in Austin last week and secretly was on a pilgrimage to just exist in your city. In other words...I'm a huge fan.

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    4 months ago

  9. Stephen G Jones Stephen G Jones

    Lucky bastards have Dale Watson in their own backyard! (says the man from Nashville)

    4 months ago

  10. Scott Smoker Scott Smoker

    Very dope!

    4 months ago

  11. Gary Holmes Gary Holmes

    Vinylicious

    4 months ago

  12. Nathan D. Manlius Nathan D. Manlius

    Nice!

    4 months ago

  13. Jace Jace

    oh my god, "fa la la la la yall" makes this piece

    4 months ago

  14. Corey Hale Corey Hale

    Wow. This is great!

    4 months ago

  15. Adam Nielsen Adam Nielsen

    Awesome

    4 months ago

  16. John Duggan John Duggan

    Would love to see some of your process work, Simon. You always seem to find a way to fill the negative space perfectly, and I wonder if that's a result of trial and error or just an inherent skill.

    4 months ago

  17. Daniel Klopper Daniel Klopper

    @Simon Walker Love that type.

    4 months ago

  18. Clarice Jenkins Clarice Jenkins

    Vinyl in invitations is popular this season. :)

    4 months ago

  19. Mark Alvis Mark Alvis

    This is beyond sick. Love your work.

    2 months ago

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