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Born in Brooklyn, New York, David Brier is the president and creative director of DBD International, Ltd.
David Brier has received—during the course of nearly three decades—over 300 industry awards for the brands and design solutions he has helped create. Projects include brand identity, package design, and brand launch campaigns for national and international companies as well as regional and local companies.
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