For 15 years, RECREATE has been providing in-house creative services! Keep an eye out for our 15th edition apparel dropping later this year and thanks for all the support from our clients, friends and family.
Check out our RECREATE 2019 typeface designed by @RyanMcKayDesign and happy new years!
We recently upgraded her website with a 2017 wordpress theme, updated her team information and spiced up her graphics with some new pictures.
3 years ago, from idea to execution, we helped Carrie develop her brand identity, logo design and website development. Today we are proud to continue working with Carrie and her team of Arizona loan professionals to help improve and upgrade technology, creative direction and website strategies.
Learn more about her professional team, history in the Arizona loan industry and her commitment to providing her clients with an exceptional service at www.CarrieHughesTeam.com
Thanks to Carrie Hughes and her team from the entire RECREATE staff!
Wed February 1st we had a chance to attend the Legal Issues for Graphic Artists at the Edward Cela Art & Architecturewith Greg Victoroff esq. of California Lawyers for the Arts
The following is a write-up from our founder and lead @RyanMcKayDesign from that event, transcribed by Graphic Artists Guild Western Region admin:
Event Review as seen in the Graphic Artists Guild Western Region Newsletter
Legal Issues for Graphic Artists
by Ryan McKay, Western Regional Rep
On Wednesday February 1, 2017, I attended an exciting workshop hosted by the Graphic Artists Guild and California Lawyers for the Arts. Led by Greg Victoroff, esq., the presentation covered important legal topics in the creative industry.
The format allowed the audience of designers and lawyers to view example slides then give their opinions of infringement, fair use and how copyrights are compared in different examples.
Mr. Victoroff went into detail comparing examples of piracy and fair use. He left us with a set of guidelines to help decide whether an artist is infringing or displaying fair use.
We discussed design contracts, work for hire contracts and what to remember when collecting money from clients.
I concluded the evening talking about the Guild’s online resources, how the Pricing and Ethical Guidelines Handbook is a necessary tool in the creative industry and the importance of utilizing organizations like the Graphic Artists Guild when determining pricing and project contracts.
Many thanks to California Lawyers for the Arts and the beautiful Edward Cela Art Gallery.