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Made Legend is a dedicated design firm that’s been working in the music and entertainment industries for over 8 years. We’ve had the pleasure of working with some great people on some amazing projects. Take a look at our work to learn more.

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Focus on the music, not the merch. Made Legend takes care of the design, production and distribution as an invested partner in your success. Work with us to build a legendary brand for your band and develop the merchandise to back it up.

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We provide bands, record labels promotors and the music industry at large with award winning design and top notch, hassel-free online shopping carts. Take a look at our prices and what we offer and get in touch with us today.

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T-shirts, prints, posters and lots more are available at the Made Legend Studio Store.We're working on new items with new designers all the time so check back often to see what's new and what's on sale from month to month.

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Lotus Rocketman T-Shirt

T-shirt developed for Lotus’ National Fall Tour of 2010. The shirt was a 4 color silkscreen printed on American Apparel and developed along with a poster with the same theme.

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Lotus Mobius T-Shirt

T-shirt developed for Lotus’ National Fall Tour of 2010. The shirt was a 4 color silkscreen printed on American Apparel.

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Lotus Tour Poster 2010

Poster designed for Lotus' Fall Tour 2010. 18 x 22 inches and offset printed in a short run of 150, 50 were signed and numbered by the band.

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Lotus NYE 2010

Their first show in hometown Philadelphia, Lotus sold out the largest venue in the city with their New Years Eve 2010 show. MSTRKRFT opened for the band bringing the in the New Year with a bang. The concept behind the design was based on the hard hitting beats of both bands mixing visual elements of the 80's with the one of Philly's finest venues, The Electric Factory.

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Create Democracy

A poster created for Create Democracy, a poster competition inviting designers and illustrators to submit their visual interpretation on the theme of democracy. Selected posters were a part of an exhibition held in Newcastle, England this October as part of Design Event 09 and published in the exhibition booklet released in February of 2010.

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Pill-Popper

Pill-Popper was a letterpress project that took the form of a post-card set. The set explored the effects of drug usage using illustrations of characters shaped like pills with expressions that mirrored the drug's effect. There were eight postcards total, all of which came housed in box with a blind embossed pill on the front and a belly band to hold it all together.

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Jan-Kristof Lipp

Today while over lunch I came across the online portfolio of Jan-Kristof Lipp.  He has a great collection of posters check them out at http://cargocollective.com/  

Bonobo

In my never-ending quest for good work music, a friend of mine introduced me to the music of Simon Green who goes by the alias “Bonobo”.  After listening to a few tracks on his iPod, I quickly downloaded the Blank Sands album    and it is quickly becoming one of my most listened-to albums.  If you’re like me and enjoy a good...

Designers United

Designers United is a design team that was brought into being by acclaimed art directors Dimitris Koliadimas and Dimitris Papazoglou in order to engage visual research and systematic methodology into the design process. DU creates print and digital graphics that enable businesses, art institutions and other organizations to improve and strengthen their visual language.

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