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History Channel debut for New Concord native

Published: January 9, 2012 8:16 AM
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New Concord native Joseph Warren had his design work debut Dec. 24 on the History Channel.

Inventionland is the name of the pilot reality show, titled after at the Pittsburgh-based design firm where Warren has worked since 2005.

Warrens design work will include the live-sketch logo in the introduction, as well as the product renderings of the client inventions throughout the show.

I am extremely excited to see my design work on national TV, but I am more excited to have my friends and family watch it, he said.

Warrens product designs have sold in more than 100 stores including Walgreens, Kitchen Collections, Bed Bath & Beyond and on QVC.

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If all goes well, I hope to have people tuning in to the History Channel on a regular basis to see the show, he said.

Warren is the son of Rita Warren and the late Lou Warren, and is a 1998 graduate of John Glenn High School.

Warren attended Muskingum University, and holds a degree in Industrial Design from of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.


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