Interesting UK Designers Blog…

” … Talking of Design … “

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“Welcome. This here is a place where myself and others can gather and type words that hopefully form coherent sentences of some worth (or not) …”

Kev Adamson is in his own words “an award winning freelance Web Designer, Graphic Designer, Animator and Illustrator living in the UK …” whom my friend Bea found and sent me the link to his blog.

I found his blog interesting, well designed and relative in topic to ours soooo I thought you guys might like to check it out!

enjoy : )


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2 Responses
  1. J. Douglas

    His work is really good. Fortunately, he’s in the UK. Otherwise, otherwise our clients could get the wrong idea. What a great accent!

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