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Chicago-based designer/illustrator Chuck Anderson, 21, aka NoPattern — who's already got a client list wise beyond his years — has produced an "analog" sampler of his digital work in the form of a 5x7 booklet printed in an edition of 2,000. He's selling it at NoPattern.com for $10, with NoPattern stickers and pins thrown in and $1 from every sale donated to the South Suburban Humane Society of Chicago Heights. The booklet "is a look at some of my work — old and new, personal and commercial," he says. "Over the last three years, I've had my portfolio mostly restricted to my website, and although it's a great outlet I thought it was time to do something in print form. My primary purpose is to get my work into people's hands, literally, rather than in front of their faces on a screen." Some art from the booklet is seen here, leading with the cover. As for the NoPattern name, as Anderson told Creativity in 2004, "I know it's clich