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Pete Reynolds' Drawings Supply an Old Shipyard with Meaning

 - Jul 5, 2017
References: followthelights & fubiz.net
Pete Reynolds went to school to study illustration techniques, but later shifted paths and focused on design instead. Now, the multi-talented creative is back to illustrating, and has been releasing various abstract projects that showcase just what he's capable of.

One of Pete Reynolds' most recent projects was commissioned by the San Francisco Shipyard, which is looking to modernize its branding and promote its community-minded endeavors to those in the area.

With his illustrations, Pete Reynolds gives new life to the shipyard by showcasing some of the events and activities that it's capable of hosting. As the illustrations make use of a myriad of bright colors and don't make use of many details, they're to the point and eye-catching, which allows them to function as great promotional posters.