Kyle Duba

August 24, 2015, 9:32 am
Filed under: Climbing, Design, Photo

Fresh out of an icky gooey womb, it’s the Lander guide 2015!!

Buy it and discover the joy and beauty!!!!!


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Don’t Mess With Latexas:
May 15, 2013, 8:50 am
Filed under: Design

Don't Mess With Latexas:

First poster in a while! For Jesi’s art show at Old Town Coffee in July!!

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Dance yrself clean:
November 21, 2011, 1:16 pm
Filed under: Design, Music

All those years of listening to dance music are finally paying off. Paid DJ gig at the bar, weekend after thanksgiving, gobble gobble!

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Itchy Fingers:
June 10, 2011, 12:28 pm
Filed under: Climbing, Design

Finished up a couple freelance design projects, it’s always nice to take a break from final cut and get back to the ol’ photoshop and illustrator every now and again.

Trout Unlimited – “Conserving, protecting, and restoring North America’s cold water fisheries and their watersheds”

My friend Scott over at the Wyoming branch of the nationally run non-profit asked me for a Trout Unlimited logo that was specific to Wyoming. We decided to take the iconic “Bucking Bronco” and add a little twist.

International Climbers’ Festival – Started 18 years ago by climbing legend Todd Skinner, the Climbers’ Fest is a pretty cool event put on every year by the Lander community in an effort to get people out and well… climb and drink beer! I’ve volunteered to help out with their marketing campaign for the past two years now. Here’s this years poster.

Oh. And here are some horses.

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Young Folks:
March 23, 2009, 10:45 pm
Filed under: Climbing, Design

Made another poster for Edgeworks Climbing gym in Tacoma.

edgeworks comp poster

Bran New Love Song:
February 4, 2009, 10:10 pm
Filed under: Design

It’s that time again.  Got pretty bored with the old and it was too much of a pain to update so it only got updated when I was applying for a job…  Also, I’ve been curious about wordpress for a while so I’m giving it a shot, so far I dig.

So, here’s to the new site!  Hopefully *crosses fingers* it being easier to update will mean that I actually make updates more than once a year. *cheers from the audience*