After a good year without updating the website, we (finally) took the time to add some work to the portfolio. These are mainly silkscreens done thorough 2012. We hope that you enjoy them.
Also, you may noticed that we have removed a bunch of work. We thought they didn’t reflect what we were doing anymore. But stay tuned, we have some stuff coming.
As you may have heard or noticed, Jeremie Claeys, formerly part of Edustries, has just launched a new website for his (not really new but now specific) career in illustration. You should check his work as it’s worth seeing! More on www.jeremieclaeys.com.
We loved working with Jeremie and hope we’ll collaborate on some future projects. In any case, if you read these lines, good luck in these new ventures!
If we announced a Portfolio Update part. I, it’s because more was coming… well, more is here! So be sure to check out the Pata’Dôme Théâtre’s brochure, Ambacht Zone’s new logo and tons of new funky posters! Enjoy.
Oh, and by the way, don’t forget to check our blog – there are some cool silkscreening for sale! So, don’t miss out!
Sometimes, change is good. And there is some change happening at Edustries.
To offer you a better service, we decided to separate the activity. This is why a new company is created with a new partner: MW Inc.
Essentially, Edustries will refocus on its initial target: the cultural world. Bands, labels, festivals, associations… We are here and will remain to serve you.
On the other hand, MW Inc. will concentrate its efforts to serve in the best way corporate clients, and them only. You will shortly hear more about that new company.
The king is dead, long live the king!
You may have noticed that the front page of the website changed a little. Yes I know you did… Well, we just switched from a custom CMS to a customizes WordPress. Why is that?Simple.
First to have only one administration interface to manage the entire website (we had two before, because of the blog).
Second, because it allows us to show a customized website with specific functions that is made on WordPress, as a lot of people think this is only a blog tool.
Hopefully you’ll like it.
PS: in the mean time, the mobile version isn’t working like it should but we’re working on it, just many other things in mind as well…