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A thoughtful design studio based in Portland, Oregon. Forged in friendship.

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We’re having some serious postpartum depression following our trivia baby. Thank you to everyone who came out and shared this experience with us. Can’t wait for next year! .
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Special thanks to @neverhome.music for the tunes, the @thewaybackpdx for hosting us, @thejamesbrand, @scoutbooks, and @tannergoods for donating and @designweekpdx for the platform. #DWP2018 #whatsthis
The infamous ‘Stranger Things’ series title is set in Benguiat bold because it was the same typeface that covered the Stephen King novels of the era they wanted to evoke. Design week is in full throttle! Buy our tickets to What’s This? 4.19 at the Wayback. Link for tickets in bio. #DWPdx #whatsthis
As a Portland State graphic design student, Carolyn Davidson was paid $35 for her Nike swoosh design in 1971. What’s this? 4/19 at the Wayback. Link for tickets in bio. #DWP #WhatsThis
Design week is next week!!! LINK FOR TICKETS IN BIO 🌈Greenery was 2017’s Pantone color of the year. The Pantone color of the year is announced in December of the preceding year. #DWP #Whatsthis
🍊 Frank Ocean’s debut album is titled ‘Channel Orange’ his new album is titled , ‘blond’ but his hair is green. Have you bought your tickets yet? 4.19 at the Wayback. Link for tickets in bio. #DWP #Whatsthis
The 1994 interview with Bryan Ferry for Ray Gun magazine was so boring they typeset it in Zapf Dingbats.
What’s this? 4.19 at the Wayback. Link for tickets in bio. #DWP #whatsthis
The Johnston typeface created by Edward Johnston, became the corporate font of public transport in London in 1933 making its use one of the world’s longest-lasting examples of corporate branding. What’s this? 4.19 at the Wayback. Link for tickets in bio. 🌈 #DWP #Whatsthis
Shepard Fairey is famously known for his ‘hope’ posters during the 2008 presidential election. What’s this? 4.19 at the Wayback. Link for tickets in bio.
#DWP #Whatsthis
Walmart tried to trademark the smiley face, but lost against French journalist Franklin Loufrani who claims he created the smiley face in 1971. Join us for a night of Design Flavored Trivia 4.19 at the Wayback. Link for tickets in bio. #DWP #Whatsthis #thisisgonnabegreat
The Georgia typeface was jokingly named after a tabloid headline ‘Alien Heads Found in Georgia’. What’s This? 4.19 at the Wayback. Link for tickets in bio. #DWP #Whatsthis #thisisgonnabegreat
Pioneering the art of American bonsai. 
Our new case study for @bonsaimirai with brand help from our friends at @omfgco and @vanessadespain #thisisgonnabegreat
Another colorless day in Portland deserves a splash of the ‘booch. #thisisgonnabegreat @somakombucha