The Argentine creative scene seems to be on fire at the moment - there's so much great animation, typography and graphic design coming out of Buenos Aires. One small studio in the city that seems to be burning red hot is POGO. With just four people and a whole lot of passion for creativity, they've been going for less than two years, but have already grabbed the attention of a range of clients both large and small.

POGO describes itself as a design and art boutique. "We do both commercial and non-commercial work," explains cofounder Ardi Carlos Grygierzcyk "All the non-commercial work we do is simply an excuse for us to create things, and mix different fields. It's a kind of therapy where we can express how we feel, without any boundaries or any rules to follow. The good thing about being boutique in size is that we can maintain strong contact with each of our clients. Communicating with them is important, so we know their brands and their needs."

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