Many cliients go to a certain designer because they like "their style." Developing a set style was never really a goal of mine when I set out.

As an artist I've always forced myself to work in 

as many different styles and mediums as I could 

remain skilled at. I wanted the same thing for Spader Creative when I started it. While there is nothing wrong with developing styles as an artist, I enjoy switching things up and keeping my projects diverse and interesting. In doing so I learned two things about myself and the things that I create. 1: The designs tend to always be clean, bold and legible.  2: Having no set style is in fact, a style of its own. By not limiting myself and the company that I have built to work in one industry or one form of media, I am able to grow as an artist on every project. 

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“The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.” 

Pablo Picasso 
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