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Carter Reagan designed the MidCentury Modern Finds logo and website. Here's to hoping 4:30am Flea Market arrivals and master carpentry/upholstery techniques rub off on us. Cheers Carlos and Christine.

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After the destruction of many a pair of shoes, Milo got to art direct his very own project. Shot and edited by Tim Schafer. Music by Tony Fregarrio.

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Using its identifying moss ceiling installation by artist Misako Inaoka as a foundation, Carter Reagan designed the Johansson Projects website. We think this progressive Oakland art gallery is one of the best on the West Coast.

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Tim L. Schafer works and lives in California Iceland. He has no tolerance for dairy. Carter Reagan designed his portfolio website in exchange for $8 million.

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Open Door Trade procures furniture from a small town deep in mainland Mexico. Carter Reagan developed a minimalist web gallery that does not get in the way of showcasing their beautiful, one of a kind pieces.

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Redwood (RMC) is a full-service consultancy house founded by Bay Area hospitality expert, Josh Sperry. Carter Reagan completed Redwood's branding and company launch site.

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Volts, Amps, & Ohms was the web catologue of San Francisco design consultant Onethousandohms™. After a quality, two-year run of daily updates, the owner decided to pursue new ventures. VO&A was built on Tumblr.

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Life and Craft is an ongoing, self-initiated project that involves simply cutting up selected photos from the Life Mag Archive, adding some type, and slapping the result on brown craft paper.

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Oakland artist, Alex Case, is a good friend of Carter Reagan. We designed his portfolio site in trade for a mixed-media machine gun piece that is hanging in our office. Case's site is very simple in design and uses the Flickr API to showcase photos of his work.

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Carter Reagan designed the branding, the first and only clothing season, two special edition zines, and the website for Ok.mediocre. Hard, honest work all in support of Matt Shearon being on a T-shirt.

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Dunce Cap Quarterly is a culture and arts magazine comprising of a frequently-updated online version and a print edition published periodically in New York City, San Francisco, New Orleans and Portland. DCQ's opinions do not in anyway reflect those of Carter Reagan.

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