After all this time...
CDA Graphic Design is the first solo venture for designer Chris Duncan. His resume includes being the production artist and one of the founders of Southern Voice newspaper in the late 80's, working for a small print shop in the early 90's, and eventually starting a sign and printing shop with Brian Mobley that lasted for more than 15 years.
"After all this time," he chuckled, "the one thing people always asks me about are Luca and Piper. How are they? Where are they? Can we arrange a visit or a play date?"
Luca and Piper are Catahoula Leopard Dogs, and were a permanent fixture at the old shop.
"I'm proud to report that they are curled up on the dog sofa and are as happy as can be," Duncan said. "They get more time to run in the yard, now, and are still just as happy to see old friends."
The Next Iteration
It's no surprise to the people who know him that Chris Duncan's entrepreneurial spirit has kept him afloat during the cross-over from one business to another.
"I have always believed that if you do what you love, the money will follow," he said. "And going out on my own was the obvious next step when the old business closed its doors."
"I am now able to concentrate more on my clients and the designs they commission," he added, "and reconnect with the joy of the creative process."
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