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Wedding Invitation | Tracey Chang & Mike Beynart

My personal wedding invitation. When you design for a living you would think that to sit down and design your own wedding invitation must seem like a chore. Well this was completely the opposite. Working togethr with my wife to come up with a few moments in how we met and illustate them in a humorous info-graphic, turned out to be one of the best projects I've had the pleasure of working on. The printing proccess here: https://vimeo.com/46343486
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World Tax Comparisons

Tax has an extremely long-established history. The ancient Egyptians appointed tax masters who increased the burden on the children of Israel – slaves under Egyptian domination.

The Growth of Holiday Inn Express

Did you know that Holiday Inn Express serves 15,000 liters of Orange Juice PER DAY? So just how did a small hotel that started in Nashville Tennessee 20 years ago become one of the fastest growing hotel chains in the world with over 2,000 hotels worldwide?

Bridesmaids by the Numbers

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Stick vs Automatic

Knowing how to handle the clutch is a sure sign of a skilled motored. And with one of the highest percentages of manual owners of any car brand, MINI was curious: what else might being able to drive stick say about a person?

Evolution of Storage

The ways in which we store data, music, and photos continues to advance and change due to technological advancements.
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Global Gun Slingers

Have you ever wondered just how profitable war can be? The numbers will amaze you. The world arms trade is an enormous industry dealing with billions of dollars each year. The United States makes a killing by selling a variety of weapons to developing nations throughout the globe. This includes tanks, armored cars, anti-ship missiles, and subsonic combat aircraft. Take a look at the overall arms sales throughout the world and how the U.S. has jumped in market share.
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