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the little dude strikes again

Posted By Jaime Gassmann
02.08.2011

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Last month, our Alupa Creative logo graced the front page of CSShunt’s design inspiration gallery, and now the little dude in the upper-left corner has struck again.

We are honored to again kick our way into another gallery. Find our logo featured at LogoMoose. The little dude would be ever so grateful if you wanted to rate us five bright, shining stars!

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the little dude in the upper-left corner

Posted By Jaime Gassmann
12.04.2010

Brand identity is central everything that we do for our beloved clients. Thus, it is nice to see our logo, the tiny-but-powerful dude attacking his work with Pollock-like gusto, on the front page of CSShunt’s design inspiration gallery.

If he could tear himself away from that furious kick, the Alupa Creative guy would probably give a humble bow.

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LUFL shirt released

Posted By Alupa Creative
09.28.2010

Lawrence Ultimate Frisbee Shirt Fall League 2010

This year’s Lawrence Ultimate Summer League shirt went over so well that we decided to make another, slightly different version of the same design for Lawrence Ultimate Fall League, complete with it’s own particular level of inclement weather indication. Fall is a crazy time in Kansas.

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Posted by Alupa Creative in Apparel, Graphic Art, Illustration, Recent Work, Uncategorized | No Comments »

Alupa Downloads featured

Posted By Alupa Creative
08.30.2010

The download section of our site hasn’t been updated recently due to an over-abundance of things to do outside of the realm of shameless self-promotion. However, it seems that the downloads are still kicking up web traffic, via hdw.eweb4.com/, an online desktop download location. Seems that some of the first of our desktop downloads made the list, but a few of our favorites were missing, so we’re scratching our heads.

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fake science: Fakier than you are

Posted By Jaime Gassmann
08.30.2010

Nice little image feed from tumblr. All the science you can shake a beaker at, and more!

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Positionsizer.com Site Launch

Posted By Alupa Creative
05.16.2010

We’d like to congratulate PositionSizer.com on their recent site launch. Alupa Creative provided a full range of creative and technological services for PositionSizer, and we’re happy with the final product.

Check out the site here.

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Ultimate Frisbee Shirt Release

Posted By Alupa Creative
04.11.2010

Our annual contribution to the Lawrence Ultimate Summer League is ready for print. This year’s shirt provides a safety briefing to summer league participants through a “Back to Safety” campaign based on airline safety pamphlets.

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What type are you?

Posted By Alupa Creative
02.23.2010

Pentagram.com has released a handy instrument that can tell you which type of “Type” category that you fall into. Take the test here.

Through a series of questions, posed by a pseudo-psychiatric video moderator, you can determine if you are the happy go-lucky type, or the down to earth pragmatic type. Think of this as a simplified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator for all of those designers and typophiles out there.

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My history with a history of evil

Posted By Josh Dillon
01.29.2010

Two days ago, the above video showed up in my RSS feed. Much to my surprise, the show reel of Ole Magnus Saxegard (a name previously unknown to me, despite the next paragraph) included one of my favorite short films/animations.

A few years back I was doing some research for an animation project that a client was interested in putting together. I came across “The History of Evil” (video below). The story was a little on the vague side as to how exactly the history of evil was passed down through the generations, but the animation itself was top shelf. Although the animation that we were working on had to be cut due to budget reasons, the inspiration remained.

So, here it is, one of my all-time favorite web released animation shorts: A History of Evil.

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facebook-only wallpaper released

Posted By Alupa Creative
01.13.2010

To all of our loyal followers on Facebook, these two wallpapers are for you.

Based on a design for one of our clients, we were authorized to use some of the components of the logo building process to put together these Three Little Birds wallpapers. For those users with two monitors, two sizes are available to maximize the size of the flock on your screen.

These wallpapers are exclusively available on our Facebook page, so become a fan and download now.

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