Built in 1884 and located at 1043 Virginia Ave. in Fountain Square, Indianapolis, the G.C. Murphy Building anchors the heart of this vibrant neighborhood. What was once a five and dime store is now the Murphy Art Center, housing galleries, artist studios, offices, and retail.
We moved into our first house a few weeks ago and, while it’s not quite ready for its closeup yet, this song has been on repeat in my head lately. Coincidence?
A few weeks ago, we relocated our home and business from Cincinnati to Indianapolis. In the middle of our move, we got an amazing custom order from Burt’s Bees for custom seed bombs to be given away at this Saturday’s Cultivate Festival in Phoenix. Producing this order was a bit of a rollercoaster, but we’re so pleased with the result and only wish we could attend the event ourselves!
The ghost sign for McPike Drug Co. — 6th and Howard Sts. in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood. Such pretty lettering made out of freeform tile squares! This corner storefront is now home to the Yerba Buena Market.