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Filip Visnjic (fvda.co.uk) with Just Be Nice (identity)
CAN Logo in canvas by Ricardo Sánchez – November 2010 –
Filip Visnjic (fvda.co.uk) – August 2009-October 2010 (modifications of Matt’s theme – grey palette)
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Casey Reas (reas.com)
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Andreas Zecher (pixelate.de)
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