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.
This post has nothing to do with the famous Spanish restaurant, really, but I gawked at the elaborately tiled façade as I wandered through the historic Ybor City neighborhood of Tampa one morning. Wow! Continue reading →
In 2003, artists Betsy Kopshina Schulz and Pat Welsh, along with a team of volunteers, created a mosaic mural for the wall outside the Del Mar Public Library at 1309 Camino Del Mar. The mixed media mural combines sculpted ceramic elements with rocks and other found objects. Continue reading →
2012 was an awesome year for us: VL work kept us busy, but we were able to take a few amazing trips. The Great American Road Trip was the highlight of the year, and it took us from Cincinnati through the Southwest, and all the way to San Diego. On the way, we camped in Joshua Tree National Park. Mind blown, and self humbled. Continue reading →
The Southwest US seems filled with what I might call shackitecture — warehouses, stores and even homes are often contained within structures that seem more like shacks than buildings. I spotted Welding Works in the Little Italy neighborhood of San Diego. This shop closed Saturdays. 4U2C. Continue reading →
The Honest Kitchen is a San Diego-based natural pet food company that is celebrating their 10-year anniversary by offering each customer a parsley seed bomb free with any purchase over $5. Just enter SEEDBMB5 as the coupon code when placing your order. During the month of July, all products are also 20% off. Continue reading →
I spotted this Ben-Hur Coffee ghost sign on the corner of Ivy and India Sts. in the Little Italy section of San Diego. According to the San Diego Reader, this building was once the sales branch for a coffee company, which opened in the 1920s. Continue reading →
This is specifically to the fine states of Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, California, Arizona, Texas, and Oklahoma — thank you all so much for your hospitality over the past couple of weeks. We had a fine time on your roads, from interstates to dirt roads to a bit of Route 66. Your natural wonders are amazing, and your cities are as varied as your terrain. We’ll definitely be back, though we probably won’t visit all of you again. Continue reading →
“TrustoCorp is a New York based artist (or artists) dedicated to highlighting the hypocrisy and hilarity of human behavior through sarcasm and satire. TrustoCorp targets areas in the public domain typically reserved for messages of trust and authority and subverts them with messages of mayhem and absurdity hijacked from the visual style of our authorities.” Continue reading →