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The architecture of the dandelion is a useful metaphor for our approach to achieving beautiful design and efficiency of purpose.
A close look at an unfolded dandelion reveals silvery seedpods radiating from a central stem, and ready to take flight. Each pod is a spokewise structure too, of delicate plant fiber, designed to ride the slightest breeze as it propels and protects the seed at its hub.
Like the form of the dandelion, each publication or element of a communications system we design, is structured as part of a greater whole—always centered on our client's vision, goal, or mission.
The Spokewise logo is a group of colorful, loosely-drawn boxes bursting outward from a center-point. Abstractly, it conveys the strength and energetic vitality of visual systems united by a singular identity or purpose at its hub. Spokewise is an old English term that means “radiating out from a center, as the spokes of a wheel.”
Here are the quotes that are rotated on our Home page. They inspire us. We hope they will inspire you also.
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