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Creative company, HAWRAF, does all things creative and they have a quirky website to go with their ideas.
Based in New York, HAWRAF is a fresh new entrepreneurial effort founded by Andrew Herzog, Carly Ayres and Nicky Tesla. The dynamic trio ditched their glamorous jobs at Google Creative Lab and decided to build a design studio from scratch, without the constraints of a large organisation.
HAWRAF is a vehicle for their overflowing creative ideas and it is a good kind of weird creative firm that goes beyond the traditional design practice. With concept-focused work that deals with communication, interaction and creative accessibility across various disciplines, HAWRAF “makes print stuff, digital stuff, useful stuff, not-so-useful stuff and everything in between”. In other words, they can and will create anything. Of which, creative accessibility is HAWRAF’s wicked initiative to make creative industries more accessible to those not in positions of privilege or power.
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