Invisible Creature: Updates

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This is a friendly reminder not to forget about the downright knockdown dragout kickass studio known as Invisible Creature. We have been knee deep in motion design and 3D lately at our studio but seeing Invisible Creature’s new work makes me want to roll up my sleeves and get my hands dirty with print again. Their work has been an inspiration to me for several years now and every update to their portfolio yields a new source for that inspiration.

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Invisible Creature: Relaunch

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Seattle-based design powerhouse Invisible Creature has relaunched and updated with more and more and more spectacular work that is genuinely inspirational. They really know what they are doing and are at the top of their game. It’s rare that art and design meld so perfectly that you have a hard time distinguishing where one ends and the other begins.

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45 Days

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45 DaysDon and Ryan Clark, the co-founders of Asterik Studio and the masterminds behind Invisible Creature also perform – for those of you non metal heads – in a hugely successful and innovative band named Demon Hunter. The band recruited young photographer and videographer Cale Glendening to join them on the road and produce what looks to be a breathtaking 3-dvd documentary about Demon Hunter, called 45 Days. You can view the trailer here

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