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Think You Could Match This Guy’s Creativity?

We love a good challenge, and bow to the creativity of Solomon Tsitsuashvili, who in 2017 challenged himself to create a new ad every day for an entire year. Here are a few of our faves: Check 'em out on Facebook, they're pretty impressive!...

Ambigrams That’ll Amaze You

Perspective is an amazing thing, isn't it? It can change the way you think, see, and interact with the world. It can alter our reality, affect emotions, and give us new insights. Ambigrams are a truly unique art form, messing with our concept of words in...

Dear Clients: Please Read This Book

We know, we creatives are a complicated bunch. But hey, here's a new book written just for you! Author and graphic designer Bonnie Siegler has neatly compiled more than 60 tips to help you get what you want from us. Maybe we should give this to...

For the Love of Ampersand

Check out these Creative Examples of The ‘&’ Character compiled by Chris Spooner at Spoongraphics. The Ampersand: "The character with style", as I like to refer to it. ...

Movin’ On Up!

TPVWG has some exciting news: After nine years in our current location, we're moving to a bigger, brighter, bolder space! The construction is almost complete, but here's a sneak peek for you: We're very excited for this next adventure, and hope to see all of you in...

The View from Here

Creative Director, President, CEO, El Jefe, Head Honcho, Master of Disaster. . . whatever the title, Perry's the magic behind the mystery of everything we do here at TPVWG....

Spaces that inspire

    ODA is a New York-based architecture and design firm, that's reinterpreting the stagnant ideas of bix box concepts into living and working spaces that reset the human consciousness and our relationship to buildings, nature, and the modern cityscape....