February 25, 2008

The Sword of Excellence?

Our sword, the one we used to give out for excellence each week to a copywriter and visualiser respectively is now a relic. Hell, we don't even mention it, do we? One was recently moved to a more noticeable place, the other one is still reported missing. Don't miss the details of this Chinese piece.

The details of the shield.

And the details of the sword handle.
Don't we miss it now?

2 comments:

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Rage Communications said...

Thank you for dropping by. But is this a comment that was meant for some other blog? It appears so.