Any Graphics People Around?

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Sup dudes,

My main gfx guy is total N/A mode as usual - which annoys me.

If anyone's interested, I need some physical graphics done (not digital).

If you're good, send me a PM with your work.

Will get back ASAP.


#internet marketing #graphics #people
  • Profile picture of the author Bev Clement
    Steve try Karl Warren, he should be starting the day there in the UK
    • Profile picture of the author KarlWarren
      Originally Posted by Bev Clement View Post

      Steve try Karl Warren, he should be starting the day there in the UK
      Thanks Bev.

      Steve, I can help... I don't keep a portfolio of my physical work online, but I've worked with a couple of warriors on their printed work - if you need to get in touch with them before making a decision, ask, and I'll PM you their names.

      I may not be able to guarantee delivery today, just because I've got a fairly full diary, but I can guarantee 48 hours if you've got your spec ready. I will also guarantee that it is worth the wait.

      My 'online' portfolio is

      Kindest regards,
    • Profile picture of the author Tirmizi
      not that I could be able to help , but for most who can , you need to tell more about the nature of work that u required
  • Profile picture of the author esh
    Hi Steve,

    i'd be of helpful to you, i can get the digital media and you can get it printed.
    Reply me with the details and let's begin to work.


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