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    On December 30th 2014 I received a call from a client who was in a hurry and needed to create some flyers to use them as a reclaim for new client… Read More
    On December 30th 2014 I received a call from a client who was in a hurry and needed to create some flyers to use them as a reclaim for new clients and also that could be used to mark how many drinks they had taken during the party. I accepted the challenge to design them that very morning given I was on holidays. He trusted me 100% and let me full creative control to draw something with the needed info and a vintage appeal. I decided to go through the chalk path, as the name of the venue was Pizarra, spanish word for chalk. It was printed the next morning and used the same night. Nice story with a happy ending, I guess. Read Less
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Pizarra Noches
Flyer for a New Year's Eve party
 
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On December 30th 2014 I received a call from a client who was in a hurry and needed to create some flyers to use them as a reclaim for new clients and also that could be used to mark how many drinks they had taken during the party. I accepted the challenge to design them that very morning given I was on holidays. 
 
He trusted me 100% and let me full creative control to draw something with the needed info and a vintage appeal. I decided to go through the chalk path, as the name of the venue was Pizarra, spanish word for chalk. It was printed the next morning and used the same night. Nice story with a happy ending, I guess.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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The sketch
 


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The the chalk-fied pencil