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Matson Graphics was happy to sponsor the Sept. 25th Surfrider Beach Cleanup held at 9th St. in Huntington Beach, CA over the weekend. I actually learned how to surf at 9th St. way back in 1981 when I was just 11 years old. (Wow, that means I have been surfing for 29 years now). So, Matson Graphics (aka: Seth Matson) has been involved with the Surfrider for over 15 years in reality. Surfrider use to sponsor all my surfing events that I...

Mitch Kalamian from Solena Landscape in Huntington Beach was recently honored to receive the 2009 CLCA Cybersoil "Best Of Show" Award for his comprehensive website re-designed and hosted by Matson Graphics! An article was featured in the monthly landscape trade rag. Solena Landscape specializes in high-end Landscape Design, Swimming Pools and landscape construction in Los Angeles and Orange County areas. Matson Graphics is also proud to have designed the Solena Landscape new Logo Design Call Mitch today for your next Swimming Pool or Landscape...

Matson Graphics is proud to have designed the latest girls t-shirt design for the Huntington Beach - Seal Beach Surfrider Foundation Chapter. This girls design is super cool and getting a great response at the beach cleanups. The design was hand painted on paper with acrylic and then scanned in and illustrated using Adobe Illustrator. Then we size is appropriatly and we printed them on 100% Organic Tshirts. To get one of these tees visit http://hsbsurfrider.org/ and click on the events. Right...

So this year Seth and Jennifer Matson of Matson Graphics decided to help cleanup the beaches by running 10 beach cleanups from Golden West St. down to the River Jetties in Huntington Beach, CA with the Surfrider Foundation. The Surfrider Foundation has been great about letting us do this and encourage more people to step up and volunteer like we have. So, I designed some postcards with all the dates: [caption id="attachment_150" align="alignnone" width="485" caption="Huntington Beach - Surfrider Foundation Beach Cleanup Dates and Locations"][/caption] These are...

Ever wondered what the name of your Macintosh OS X version was called? Good luck finding this info on your actual computer. If you point your mouse to the Apple in the top left bar of your computer and choose "about this mac" it will only tell you what version of OS X you are currently running but not the name of that version. Why wouldn't Apple do this? I have had so many issues with other software in the past and it...