While living in Manhattan in 1992, Devious Design was born. The studio was founded on the dictionary definition of deviousness: a departure from the straight or regular course. Devious began operation as a fun little studio, which offered personal attention, and modest prices to our clients. Those same principles remain today. During Kenneth's (Creative Director) time in Manhattan, he also served a year and a half as Senior Graphic Artist for "The Late Show With David Letterman" during the move from NBC to CBS. Other clients include: ESPN, Atlantic Records, DKNY, Greenpeace, Eastman Kodak.
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- Logo Design
- Tee Shirts
- Cash Only
|Person||Kenneth W. Davis|
|Address||1333 Arapaho Avenue, Suite A,|
|Phone Number||(225) 572-6912|
Kenneth W. Davis
As the Principal and Creative Director of the award-winning studio, Devious Design, Kenneth W. Davis has been in the design and art direction business for 25 years. Born in Baton Rouge, LA and Graduating from L.S.U., he moved to New York City to graduate from Parsons School of Design. While living in Manhattan in 1992, Devious Design was born. The studio was founded on the dictionary definition of deviousness: a departure from the straight or regular course.
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The best of the best! Kenneth has extensive and diverse background in all forms of media & art.
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In 1992, I founded Devious Design, Inc. in Manhattan. The idea behind the venture was to maintain a "fun little studio, which produced high-quality design work at modest prices". Those same principles apply today. The name devious was a controversial choice with my peers in New York, however, I like the dictionary definition: Veering from the straight or common course. In addition to our work's quality and reasonable pricing, we were the ones to go to when things needed to be done literally over-night in a town that never sleeps: Kenneth quickly built a niche with ESPN on this fact alone, and they became a bread and butter client over the next five year.
From a series of photographs I took as a special projects class at Louisiana state university. The series was taken with a two and a quarter by two and a quarter hasselblad film camera. In 2005, I moved down to key West with not much to do. As the saying goes, "The only problem with doing nothing, is you never know when you are finished". I spent way to much time from this barstool watching this and several musicians that summer before going to rehab. 2006 would prove to be a much more productive year!