It’s time for the annual VL Gift Guide and, as always, the focus is on the talented independent designers whose work we admire. If you’re looking for gifts this holiday season, here are some unique ideas. Continue reading →
Tonight Over-the-Rhine hosts Final Friday, a neighborhood-wide celebration that includes gallery openings and extended shop hours. We’ll be at the Main Street Merry Market along with other alumni of SpringBoard, a business development course offered by ArtWorks.
For more shopping destinations, please see the list of VisuaLingual stockists, which includes awesome stores from Seattle to Saint Augustine, from San Diego to Portsmouth.
We’re really excited to make our debut at Craftin’ Outlaws in Columbus, OH this Saturday. The daylong event will feature 90 design and craft vendors from all over the Midwest, plus concessions, giveaways and DIY stations.
Here at VisuaLingualm we’ve been diversifying our product range! These brand-new unisex screenprinted scarves depict landscapes as patterns made up of simple geometric building blocks. Continue reading →
Hot off the VL screenprinting press are two brand-new t-shirts that celebrate one of Michael’s favorite activities: fishing! We were lucky to be able to head down to Red River Gorge in Daniel Boone National Forest for a location photo shoot. Continue reading →
This summer’s trip to Yellowstone National Park was one of the highlights of the year, and I came home with a bazillion awesome photos. Today I want to share with you what you see when you don’t think about the landscape or the natural phenomena that created it, but simply focus on the form, color and pattern before you. Continue reading →
NOTICE: A Flock of Signs by Kim Beck is a recent installation at 100 Acres, the awesome outdoor sculpture park in Indianapolis that opened a few years ago. You can stumble on clusters of these arrows in several spots as you wander through the park. Continue reading →
What, nature, what! Devils Tower National Monument rises almost 1,300 feet above ground in the Black Hills area of Northeastern Wyoming. To get a sense of scale, note the tiny person in the teal shirt on the right side of my photo. Continue reading →