Visiting Grave Markers and Logos

I went to visit dead people last weekend.

It was a journey I knew I would eventually take; yet one for which I was in no hurry.

My mom died in 1996; my dad in 2002. They are buried in my hometown of Vallejo, California, next to the closest person I had to a grandpa.

They call Vallejo the “gateway to the Napa Valley.” This term has always struck me as accurate, since Vallejo’s only claim to fame is quite appropriately the gateway to somewhere else.

If I am not for me; who will be for me?

It's not every day that we are the featured interview in such a great online publication. So I gotta brag a bit.

Isn't that what DDCC does for companies every them communicate with public relations campaigns, stand out collateral, social media, websites, distinctive branding, sharp presentations and employee/customer publications?


That one house on your street…you know the one. It’s overgrown with dry weeds, its paint is chipping and the roof is missing a tile or 20. It brings down the value of every house on the block…including yours.


Values Hold Firm from Babies to Branding

Charlotte Rose was born last night to the DDCC family; all 6 pounds of her. She’s our production manager Alex’s first baby. He watched her come into the world and he cradled her in his arms that first night for hours so her mother could get some sleep.