anmar news • week #1

It’s been 9 days since the launch of my design site, anmar*

As this is an evolving project, small changes take place constantly in order to make it easier to navigate and as informative as possible. One of those changes was adding a “latest posts” list on the main page.

So here’s a review in titles of what’s gone up these past days.

Titles & images are clickable and will direct you to the specific post.

Almyra Leaflet

Musical Archive Logo

[A Journey Entranced] Calendar

G. Babiniotis – Dictionary of the Most Advanced Words

Dot Repro • ad

Perraki Papers Leaflet

Sea Turtle Adoption Certificate

M+S Hourdakis • Logo

Illustration & book design G. Cambouraki “Koukos Monos”

Premix Beton • Logo

Homage to the Delphic Festivals

Winter 2003 – 2004 album cover

No comment…

Savvopoulos at KYTTARO

The little crow’s magic pencil will take you to its nest! Click it!

And to my friends who subscribe:

You’ll have the privilege of getting the news first. Our crow is a friendly one and promises not to flood you with useless information. 😉

*ANMAR creative design center came to life in 1994 and it’s the brain child of my father [Anakreon Kanavakis] and me.

Enjoy a great weekend, everyone!

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  1. It’s all a little, well maybe a lot of, Greek to me. They site is beautiful. I’m following. I looked through several pages and you wave a lot of excellent work. Your post on Ανακρέων Καναβάκης is wonderful, Marina.

    • Ah, thank you, my friend. I think I should change the titles so that the English comes first and then the Greek. [already did it for the last sketch I posted]. Everything is in English too, except my dad’s bio [soon I hope]. So happy you liked the work!

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