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Bryce Licht is in the building

Bryce Licht is in the building

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Here is a bright smile, large shoulders and a perfect hair cut. Here is Bryce Licht, the quaterback of the football team you had in your high school, coming from Colorado, US. His sociabilisation in Fabrica didn't take as long as obtaining his Visa, and the happiness he brought in make me think "thank you America! Thank you For sending us this graphic designer badass angel". (introduction by Alize!)


How did you come to learn about Fabrica?

I bought my first issue of COLORS on my way down to Chile in 2004. I was studying Spanish literature at the time, but I was slowly shifting to design and photography. Somewhere among the last pages was an ad that said ‘wanted creativity’. Divine intervention, an epiphany, whatever you want call it, but around that time it occurred to me that it might be fun to work in a creative field. So, I dropped out of school, changed to an art school where I majored in graphic design, sent my portfolio to Fabrica, and here I am.

What have you been doing before now?
I was a graphic designer at a small advertising agency (www.tdaadvertising.com) in Boulder, Colorado. It was fun.

What do you expect to get out of this experience?

I'm looking forward to meeting / collaborating with creative people from all over the world. I want to learn Italian so I can say, 'ciao vecchio!' and sound cool. (grazie Lorenzo)


What will you miss from home?

Friends, family, and the mountains. And my sister's dog Luna. It took me two years to build her trust to the point where she stopped barking at me. I'm going to have to start from scratch when I get back.

Anything else you'd like to share with us?
Gabo and I found a bike at the train station. It's black and old and it was abandoned–I hope.
Also, it took me five months to get a visa. FIVE MONTHS!!!! (read: I'm really happy to finally be here)


Check Bryce's work here

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