Posted: July 7, 2011
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Posted: March 17, 2011
I just discovered this inspiring Artist & Designer, Chuck Anderson and I had to share his work with my readers.
I hope you enjoy his work as much as I do.
- Chuck Anderson : Email / 815-685-4770 / Twitter
- Ben Arditti (New Business) : Email / 773-818-4438
- Press & Speaking Inquiries : Email
Founded by artist & designer Chuck Anderson in 2003 a year after graduating high school, NoPattern is an art & design studio creating work for clients big and small as well as an outlet for Chuck’s personal work. Since 2003, NoPattern has collaborated and designed for companies like Microsoft, Nike, Warner Bros., Reebok, Burton, and Target, among others. In addition to this work, Chuck continues to focus on personal art, design, & photography as well as collaborations with non-profits such as Invisible Children, charity:water, WordMadeFlesh, and The ADL. In November 2010, Chuck was named a Design Icon by Computer Arts Magazine. You can read that feature & interview here. View past press on the NoPattern Flickr page.
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