Meet Mel and Michelle

We are graphic designers for Deal Current, a daily deal software provider. We spend hours at our computers and this blog is a place where we escape the daily grind and share all of our fun finds about design, art, marketing and more. Blog, Blog, Blog it all!

About Mel:

I love design that moves. I enjoy interactive media but I also thrive on working with my hands. I think a blank canvas is the hottest thing in the world. Live music, lyrical dance and the beach are my friends and often my therapy. I thrive on interaction with new people and my travels have been my inspiration for creation.
twitter: @htm_mel

About Michelle:

I love working in a field that is so rewarding. I design by day and make books by night. I go bananas for simplistic design, white space, sans serif, neons and anything made by hand. Stickers, design magazines and rss feeds make my day that much better. I crave traveling and exploring new places that make me more inspired than ever to create and share my own art.

twitter: @mybell

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18 thoughts on “Meet Mel and Michelle

  1. Hey dudes,

    Just wanted to stop by and say thanks for the write up about us. That rocked. Great blog too. Where are you guys located?

    Wexley School for Girls

  2. Thanks Ian!!! We’re located in San Diego. We love what you guys are doing with Wexley and can’t wait to see what you come up with next. If you ever need a design competition for a client, look no further 🙂

  3. hi mel & michelle,
    love your site. i have been browsing your art section and have come across some beautiful stuff. i too am a huge fan cedric smith. i stumbled across his work while in savannah. not sure how you select your artist, but wanted to see if you might want to check out my pieces. never hurts to ask. below is my artist statement and link to some images.
    have a great day.

    My recent work builds upon the theme of myth vs. memory which has been the focus of past paintings and sculptures. I have used the process of story telling to introduce the viewer my own memory and its conflict with self perpetuated folklore, as it is related to my development as an artist.
    In these paintings, I have literally projected text on to the canvas in an enlarged diary form. These snippets of personal narrative have been abstracted through color patterns and text distortion. Despite the scale, visibility and appeal of color, the abstractions are meant to obstruct. It gets between the audience and the story much like the way romanticism; ego and drama tend to taint our recollections.

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