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Port of Raleigh

Creative Offices Of For Port Of Raleigh Postcards

$20.00

Port of Raleigh

Creative Offices Of For Port Of Raleigh Postcards

$20.00

Contemporary Raleigh postcards designed by Creative Offices Of exclusively for Port of Raleigh. 

Pick a favorite or choose one of each in a pack of 5. Printed on beautiful thick card stock that makes them great for keeping, framing, and sending to people you love.

 

Dix

A view from Dorothea Dix park, the beloved Downtown Raleigh park, showing our city that seemingly grows from the trees. Designed by Joshua Gajownik.

 

Eatings From Raleigh
Featuring some of the most recognizable and beloved foods from local restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops, and chocolate factory - we can’t help but say YUM. Designed by Gino Reyes

 

RLGH

Featuring several of Raleigh’s most recognizable architecture and scenes - all in this city we are building together. Designed by Joshua Gajownik.

 

Flag - Raleigh

A contemporary take on a flag for Raleigh designed according to the principles of Vexillology, the study of flags.

Red - the color of Sir Walter Raleigh's coat of arms. 

A central square - representing the Capitol Square. 

An 8-sided, or compass rose, in the center - the city shining in all cardinal directions and intermediate points. Designed by Gino Reyes.

 

Flag - North Carolina

A contemporary take on a flag for North Carolina designed according to the principles of Vexillology, the study of flags.

A green triangle on the left represents the mountains to the east.A blue triangle on the right for the ocean to the west. And center, a white triangle representing The Triangle and our capital city, Raleigh, as the compass rose shining in all cardinal directions and intermediate points. Designed by Gino Reyes.