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Product Etcetera is a San Diego based design studio and brand. When not designing for their clients, they can be caught producing artwork, stirring up passion projects for their San Diego community, and designing merchandise under their PRDTetc™ label.

Since launching their first line of product in June of 2010, Product Etcetera has developed pop-up shops in boutique retailers throughout the West Coast and has collaborated with other high profile brands, stores and organizations to produce exclusive projects and events.

Product Etcetera’s influences range from sports pageantry, corporate identity, religious iconography, national symbolism, gang graffiti, and general study of semiotics.

Product Etcetera is a San Diego based design studio that specializes in full service design and branding. Operating in all forms of visual communication (web, print, broadcast, and the fine arts) their client projects widely range from brand development for small business to institutional identity systems.

When not designing for their clients, Product Etcetera can be caught producing artwork, stirring up passion projects for their San Diego community, and designing merchandise under their PRDTetc™ label.

Originally born in 2004 as a place to house Jordan Stark’s portfolio online, it wasn’t until he teamed up with Tony Martinez in May 2009 that Product Etcetera officially launched as a commercial design studio. A year later, after developing an exclusive project for a high-profile New York boutique retailer, they launched their PRDTetc™ label and first line of graphic T-shirts and hats.

Since launching their first line of product in June of 2010, Product Etcetera has developed pop-up shops in boutique retailers throughout the West Coast and has collaborated with other high profile brands, stores, and organizations to produce exclusive projects and events. In March of 2011, Product Etcetera organized and launched the Bring Back The Brown campaign, which is an on-going campaign created with the grand objective of fostering a stronger loyalty to San Diego and its sports culture.

Product Etcetera’s influences range from sports pageantry, corporate identity, religious iconography, national symbolism, gang graffiti, and general study of semiotics.


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Artistic Intent

People pay us to problem solve. People pay us to make problems. We often do both without being hired.

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