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Spring 2013

Michael Cina

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Rest in My Side, acrylic on paper, 12″x14.5″

Michael Cina is an accomplished Creative Director that is currently leading the multi- disciplinary design studio, Michael Cina Associates. Michael is widely known for starting YouWorkForThem, a graphic design boutique, and it’s sister company, WeWorkForThem, an award-winning design studio. His work is commissioned and constantly sought after by many of the Fortune 500 companies and has been featured in hundreds of publications. He is often asked to speak around the world about his passionate vision for design.

One of the reasons his unique career has been so successful, is because he has experimented and mastered many aspects of design including, typography, branding, art direction, illustration, fine art, motion, web, photography, and even creating typefaces. Cina constantly pushes his work to new levels and that is why he is often named as one of the leading designers of our time. [via GhostlyInternational]

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Stop Before Begin, acrylic & minerals on museum board, 12″x12″

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A Series of Insurrections, acrylic & emulsion on paper, 16″x14″

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Draw Aside, acrylic on museum board, 12″x12″

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