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James Jarvis / Illustrator (1970-) - Design/Designer Information (994 words)
When James Jarvis dreamed up a group of bikers as a new collection of the plastic In-Crowd characters he designs for the toy company Amos, he pictured them as “reasonable, sound, sane, wise, balanced, rational, sagacious, prudent, judicious and level-headed”.
Born in London in 1970, Jarvis went on to study illustration at the University of Brighton and then at the Royal College of Art in London.
We made the first toy in 1998 to coincide with the launch of the clothing label Silas with the help of the Japanese label Bounty Hunter.
James Silas: Information from Answers.com (477 words)
Silas was drafted in the fifth round of the 1972 NBA Draft by the Houston Rockets of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Silas played for the Spurs for eight seasons (nine if the one season with the Dallas Chaparrals is included), including five years in the NBA after the Spurs moved into that league in 1977.
Silas was an exceptional free throw shooter throughout his entire career, ranking in the top 10 in free throw percentage in six separate seasons, and finishing with a career free-throw percentage of 85.5%.
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