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Why Two Dozen Pixels?

The name represents an analogous connection between graphic design and the art of cooking. "Could you pick up two dozen pixels from the super market?" They're special ingredients for elegant design.

It also represent how many pixels it takes to create a recognizable image or icon (in our opinion).

It takes a good mixture of ingredients to create something that tastes especially good and that's how we feel about visual communication.

We'd love to make something special for you.

Let's get cookin.

Our Two Dozen Cents

Here's where we highlight inspiration, discuss visual communication and general chatter around the dinner table. Bon Appétit!

Screen Printing at Home

March 9th, 2013
I was recently encouraged to try out some DIY screen printing and I wanted to share the process – especially since I enjoyed it so much. I won’t go into all the details but if you’re interested, step-by-step instructions can be found here. We used the Yudu for most of this process. This was my first attempt but I’ll definitely be getting in some more practice soon on another design for a ...

Desktop Wallpaper

November 9th, 2012
Who isn’t looking for new desktop wallpaper? I get tired of staring at the same wallpaper for weeks or months on end so I created some wallpaper for myself and thought I’d share it with you guys. Hope you enjoy! If you’re interested, I can explain my step-by-step of how I created these in the comments.
So here they are, in all their 32pt glory. Extremely thick and they feel great in the hand. I was very impressed with pricing, turn-around time and the overall quality. I took a few shots of them so you can see for yourself. Compared to most ordinary business cards, Luxe are the gold standard of paper quality – at 32pt, everyone who receives one will experience ...
This is a great showcase of high quality and well designed business cards (also shares printing methods or printing company used):
Just ordered my new business cards from – Looking forward to them coming in – I’ll take some shots and post them as soon as they arrive. UPDATE: They’ve arrived but I haven’t had a chance to take pictures of them yet. Just an extremely short review: They’re awesome! The thickness and stock used is unbeatable at that price – turn around time was great too (only a week).