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Making Good Use of Our Print Studio

by Matt Goold

Earlier this year we had the opportunity to work with our friends Beth and Mike to help them rebrand their company on the precipice of their growth. Together, we helped them create their brand for Grateful…
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The P'unk Flavor

by Ilyssa Kyu

Though our door reads “Websites, not coffee,” we have been working on a lot of projects that don’t result in websites for several years now. Several weeks ago, we hosted a workshop in our studio with…
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Getting Out of the Way

by Sloan Miller

How often have you wished that the project team that you work on or with could make more thoughtful and conscientious project-level decisions? What would it be like to have a completely independent, well-informed project team,…
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Dude, where's my car?

by Geoff DiMasi

If you live in a city and share a car with your boyfriend/girlfriend/wife/lover/friend, you probably have a "dude, where is our car" moment every once in awhile (or maybe every day... no judgement). Don't despair! We…
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The Empty Air: An Interactive Sound Walk

by Thomas Boutell

The Empty Air is an interactive sound walk of Rittenhouse Square. "What the heck is a sound walk?" It's easiest to describe this way: Hit Apple's app store and install the app on your iPhone or…
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PlanPhilly: connecting the people with their city

by Thomas Boutell

Engagement with Philadelphia is one of P'unk Avenue's core values. So when we got the nod to redesign and rebuild planphilly.com, we were excited. PlanPhilly "engages and educates citizens on the value of a well-designed city…
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Custom printable greeting cards: Real Cards Win

by Thomas Boutell

I like making custom greeting cards for people. But I hate, hate, hate rotating the individual "pages" and lining them up correctly in programs like OpenOffice Draw. Thus: Real Cards Win. Draw your pages in the…
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The Examined Life

by Alex Gilbert

The start of a new year allows us all the chance to reflect on all the things we did in the last one. In this age of ubiquitous data collection methods, this habit manifests itself ways…
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Holiday Punctuation

by Geoff DiMasi

The year-end holidays are always a good time to spread some cheer. Last year, we silk-screened on coffee bags and worked with local roasters, Old City Coffee, for our gift. This year we took the opportunity…


by Thomas Boutell

Haiku need a home. Welcome to 5seven5. Here we are concise. Haiku must contain Five syllables, then seven, Then five on line three. Sometimes restrictions Excite creativity Through economy. We are flexible: We welcome your deep insights—…

New Work: Gemini the Musical

by Alex Gilbert

At the beginning of the summer, we were approached by Charles Gilbert (yes, relation) to handle the branding and promotion of his newest work: Gemini the Musical. From the summary: When Francis Geminiani comes home from Harvard…

Debtor’s Inheritance Opens Sunday!

by Geoff DiMasi

The Debtor’s Inheritance project that I wrote about in March is going live this sunday, May 6th! I hope you can all make it. We have really enjoyed the collaboration with Katie Murken on this project.…
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Debtor’s Inheritance

by Geoff DiMasi

The P’unk Ave crew is teaming up with fellow artist Katie Murken to create an installation at the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education. Originally, Katie wanted to hire me to help her with an animation in…