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Arinspunk is a digital–graphic arts studio where we experience, learn and produce.

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Arinspunk

Up until recently, Arinspunk had been a Galician graphic arts studio specialised in record packaging, corporate image and posters. But after 10 years of work, the project was over we killed the project.

Release early, release often, delegate everything you can, be open to the point of promiscuity.

Arinspunk is now a digital graphic arts studio where we experience, learn, produce and try1 to relieve, always with lechy promiscuity, everything that we have experienced, learnt, produced.

Even though we hate rules, there are three that make up the basis of our production:

  1. Vale-tudo2: paper, hardware, code, ink, photography, software, spray, etc.
  2. If there is something that we don’t like, we don’t do it.
  3. Any politically correct thought is bullshit.

Our Studio is open to anyone. You can come in, look around and talk to us. Compliments, nonsense, suggestions, criticism, contributions and explanations are always welcomed.

1 We agree with our customers-partners on the liberty we can take for each project.
2 Anything goes…

									
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Contact

To chitchat, natter or talk about that great project you have in mind, you can write us to salut@arinspunk.gal

Sometimes we go to the bars
@arinspunk Twitter / GNU social

All the works in this site have been originally produced by the members of the digital–graphic arts studio Arinspunk. Unless otherwise stated, we return them to the Public Domain.

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