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Love the Place You Live Promotes the Power of Place with New Website
LTPYL.com is a movement and a philosophy dedicated to empowering people to show love for the place where they live.State flags speak a visual language. LTPYL refines that language with a modern voice that refreshes its meaning.
By: Dinean Robinson
“At LTPYL.com we believe in the power of place. People form a bond with their states and we want to provide those people with high-quality state flag designs and products so they can proudly showcase this bond," explained Dong-Yun Shin, Founder, LTPYL.com.
State flag enhancements are unveiled via the Love The Place You Live Facebook fan page. Fans can also view and comment on before/after photos, share their own state flag stories and even upload their own designs.
The LTPYL.com creative team used the latest design techniques to refine the detail of people, animals, and landscapes featured in state flags. LTPYL.com maintains the integrity of the original design by relying on research and historical perspective to guide its enhancements.
“When these flags were first designed technology was not what is today. Artists needed to make the designs as simple as possible so that they could be easily copied and printed,” Shin explained. “Today we don’t have to worry about that so LTPYL has added all the detail, depth, color, and texture that we believe the original artists would have included.”
LTPYL.com has collaborated with Zazzle.com and Cafepress.com to provide a diverse product line with items ranging from t-shirts to boxer shorts
Love The Place You Live is a group of creative people who believe in the power of place. It creates engaging community icons, either from scratch or by refreshing the icons attributed to states, cities, towns or neighborhoods. To learn more please visit www.ltpyl.com
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Love The Place You Live is a bunch of creative people who believe in the power of place. We create engaging community icons, either from scratch or by refreshing the icons attributed to states, cities, towns or neighborhoods. To us it’s the ultimate expression of pride. Symbols are a visual language, one we can use to show off the character of the places we love. As graphic designers, we explore how these symbols represent and affect us, and we invite the LTPYL community to do the same.
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