We’ve been making and selling seed bombs for almost ten years and it is still fun to introduce people to the simple process so they can make it their own.
Making seed bombs is a fun and easy way to take some direct action to restoring habitat for pollinators wildlife and even for our own gardens. There are countless way to make them and while not all seeds are suitable for seed bombs as a growing medium there are plenty wildflowers, herbs and grasses that do perfectly well. Continue reading
We’ve been following Park(ing) Day for almost a decade and it’s fun to see how it’s evolved. If you’re not familiar with this one day event, Park(ing) Day is now a world-wide event on the third Friday of every September. It is an opportunity for artists, designers, and community members to create temporary mini public parks in metered on-street parking spaces. Continue reading
Welcome to the new digs. We’re still getting set-up, but feel free to look around. Actually we’ve been lurking around for sometime now, but we think it’s time to turn on the lights.We’ve got some great ideas in the works and we’re excited to watch what happens and we hope you join in.
This journal will offer some insights into our process, philosophy and some general ramblings every now and again. And, of course the VisuaLingual archives will be here.
It’s probably no surprise that we love to camp. Being immersed in the natural world is itch that needs to be scratched pretty often. When we camp we like to keep it simple, but it can be difficult to decide what is important and what to leave at home. But when it some to starting a fire, we don’t know what we would do without fatwood. It’s the perfect, no frills, easy-to-use, all-purpose fire starter. We use it at home, when we car camp or when we backpack. It goes everywhere with us.
We had the extraordinary pleasure to attend the The Art Base Gala this past weekend in Basalt Colorado. We were invited to do some live interactive screen printing for everyone to create their own postcards. We couldn’t have been more excited about the opportunity. We met amazing people, and it was great to see such a great turnout for an amazing event that supports the Roaring Fork Valley’s community arts.
We had a blast creating a design that celebrated some of Basalt’s character and cultural icons.