The ruins of Overlook Mountain House are located near the summit of Overlook Mountain, the southermost peak of the Catskill Escarpment in the central Catskill Mountains near Woodstock, NY. Continue reading →
Stockholm-based photographer Patrik Lindell has an incredible eye for tight composition and strong color utilizing elements of the manmade landscape. Sans people, the viewer focuses on the geometry and repetition in these images. Continue reading →
Hong Seon Jang creates intricate installations, often out of seemingly mundane materials, that reference physical space and the built environment. Type City is constructed entirely out of tiny pieces of lead type. Continue reading →
Self-taught artist Rondle West divides his time between Cincinnati and Palm Springs. His work consists of found references to cartoons, science fiction, and technology, all assembled into mix-media vignettes that are then painted a single color. The results are playful yet eerie, fusing elements of pop culture in a way that suggests critique but does not fully reveal its intent. Continue reading →
Joshua Tree National Park in southeastern California encompasses parts of the higher-elevation Mojave Desert, where Joshua trees are found, and the lower-elevation Colorado Desert, home to cholla cacti. Continue reading →
We haven’t done much client work over the past couple of years, focusing instead on the product side of things. But, a sister isn’t just any client, and her wedding called for a very special invitation design by Michael featuring San Francisco spots meaningful to the couple, printed by Worthington, OH-based Igloo Letterpress. The Del Mar wedding was actually the impetus for our Great American Road Trip.