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I'm James Kindred, a brand consultant and graphic designer based in Suffolk. I have over 25 years of experience in brand development, graphic design and digital delivery.
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Why have you kept a reference of “Custom Bikes Of The Week: 16 December, 2018”?
Greetings! Stumbled upon one of my Pinterest finds, did you? I don't own these images, but I'm proud of my eye for beauty.
Pinterest has revolutionized the way designers discover and curate ideas, making it an invaluable tool in the design process.
Every brand has a unique story, and it's the designer's role to translate that narrative into compelling visuals. The true power of design lies in its capacity to evoke emotions, drive decisions, and inspire actions. Branding differentiates, defines, and positions a company in the competitive landscape, setting it apart from its competitors. The most iconic brands are built on compelling stories, values, and a clear vision. Design is about distilling complex ideas into digestible visuals, making the complex simple and the mundane exciting.
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A killer Cub from K-Speed, a Mash 400 flat tracker from XTR Pepo, a CB500 from Budapest, and a moto-themed balance bike from South Africa. Small ones are more juicy this week. Yamaha XS650 by Greg Hageman Just over a year ago, Yamaha handed Greg Hageman a brand new XSR700 to customize, as part of their Faster Sons program. For inspiration, Greg turned to a build he’d recently completed: this ultra-clean Yamaha XS650 restomod. And now some lucky soul’s just snatched it up, for the bargain price of $13,556 on eBay. The project originally started out as a near-mint 1972 – This was originally posted on Pinterest. See the original