"The Creative Process" Andy Lakey

Design, Interview & Editorial Click here for an interview between Professor Aaron Prevots of Southwestern University and artist Andrew Lakey

Crestone Group.com

Custom Site Development, Catalogue Photography & Copywriting Visit: http://www.crestone-group.com

Andy Lakey “Angel Magic 108”

Book Design for Japan Artist Andrew Lakey‘s following in Japan has been nothing short of fanatical since the early 1990s – and this miniature exhibition catalogue was produced before his Tokyo exhibition in December 2007, in association with JMA / Lightworks (Japan) and Crave Media Publishing (Japan). “Angel Magic 108” is an oracle pairing original Lakey […]

“Noel Crane” Official Felicity Site

Brand Experience, Digital Strategy, Viral Site & Copywriting Noel Crane has asked us to host his popular Flash site for him, and we are honored to have him on board. Cut. Ok, now, back to reality. The personal homepage of Noel Crane, graphic designer, friend to Felicity Porter, and resident advisor at Kelvin Hall and […]

“The Creative Process” Eric Scott

Design, Interview & Editorial This interview with Eric Scott, conducted by Prof. Aaron Prevots of Southwestern University for his series “The Creative Process” and covering topics ranging from the beginnings of Day For Night, the power of influence, and artistic and business strategy. Read this interview: The Creative Process: Eric Scott Interview Part 1 The Creative Process: Eric Scott […]

Two Chefs / Bakkavor

Art Direction, Custom Site Development and Copywriting Since 1985, Two Chefs/Bakkavor (Two Chefs On A Roll) has risen from a small, wholesale dessert company to a full range manufacturer of custom and private label savory and bakery products. Taking great pride in developing true partners, Two Chefs work to design and manufacture culinary products that […]

Got happiness?

If you want what you cannot have (and therefore don’t want what you can have), then create want, by first creating a belief that you cannot have what you already do have.

Mark my words.

The next big thing will be unfriendly, but catchy.

Creation #4.

Feel this deliberately: “I am going to feel truly pissed off now. For 10 minutes.” “How does that feel?”


The phone ringing throws me into a brief panic. In a work day, there’s simply too many sales calls incoming to risk the gamble of ending up on the phone talking to a wasteful stranger, and not to have it be a one-sided call you’d otherwise prefer to hang up on. “It’s someone who wants […]