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Again from Ralph Rode, our man from Han­nover (deep in the heart of Ger­many) comes a nice design for a music event. He used CA Trak­tor for the subline.

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Ron from Hous­ton, Texas did this for (hold your pants) ‘The Uni­ver­sity of Texas Health Sci­ence Cen­ter at Hous­ton’. Bug infec­tion — eeeeekk! Oh, by the way, CA Gin­ger Mint again.

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Le Chien Noir. French cui­sine in Kingston? We def­i­nitely think that it has more to offer then the typ­i­cal Ger­man bistros: (some of you know) hard and dry bread or slushy bread. It’s our CA Kiss Kiss Bang Bang that …

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We didn’t saw our font CA Strong­man for a long time in any design. So, Chris­tine Jungo sat­is­fied us with this design. Kisses to the Switzer­land (and to her)!

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Blake Car­illo did this won­der­ful flyer for his band. He used CA Gin­ger Mint and CA Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. What we see here is Eddy, the drum­mer of the band, in his cat cos­tume. What’s new pussy cat?

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Ah, our friend Don­ald Beek­man who also cre­ated our CA Mon­odon did this CD pack­age and used CA Aires Pro for most of the text.

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Tele­vi­sion sta­tions have a fond­ness for CA Gin­ger Mint, so it seems. First FOX then RIPE.TV. You prob­a­bly know them for their lovely ‘Yoga 4 dudes’. If not, take a look. Every­one loves yoga — this kind of.

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A nice poster entirely made with our CA Trak­tor. Seems to be for a New Year’s Eve party. Made by Ralf Rohde.

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CA Aires Pro was used by Arno Hartensveld from Apple­fly for the ‘verhuis-kit’. We say: 10 out of 10 Points!

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Paul Everett of Con­crete­cra­tive has designed the ‘Auck­land Fes­ti­val’, and did so with one of our fluffi­est fonts: CA Emer­alda

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