Colin Harman

The following items are merely a plethora of…

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I suppose if I had to describe myself in a few words I would have to say I am always eager to learn, I love forward thinking and planning for what will be next. I strive to leverage the internet to grow myself and others.
I am the art director at North Point Ministries.

Never stop learning. Ever.


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It takes a lot of time to get good at something. It takes longer to get great at something. It takes a lifetime of remembering you’ll never arrive at where you want to be, because as soon as you’re there, you’ll want to be farther.

Party Matters with Carl Winslow

In case you need to reference/set some guidelines for you Super Bowl Party tonight, here is a great place to start.

I wish I could live near these fellows in Los Angeles to support their amazing commitment and love for their craft. • Aardvark LetterpressMcManus & Morgan Paper

Zeitgeist 2011: Year In Review

– by Google.

This is one of the best advertisements for this Christmas season I’ve seen. A small illustration of a better side of Christmas.

Sometimes when you make things, they have a plethora of sizes…

Address Is Approximate — by The Theory

Story: A lonely desk toy longs for escape from the dark confines of the office, so he takes a cross country road trip to the Pacific Coast in the only way he can – using a toy car and Google Maps Street View.


This is incredible. I love the creative thinking it took to not only think of this idea, but to carry it out.

Also, I’m suspiciously sure this is what happens in my office when I leave at night.

This is one of the greatest commercials I’ve seen in a long time.

Plus I’m a sucker for a Dubstep drop like that from Mord Fustang's song A New World.

Amazing.

I would love a print of this.

The Decemberists poster by Sean Freeman.

It’s so sick…

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