Dick’s (Wallingford) by Rachel Maxi
Painter Rachel Maxi is originally from Cincinnati, now based in the Seattle area. She describes her work as “a diary of the mundane” — quiet vignettes whose humility becomes monumental through the artist’s attention to often overlooked spaces, places and objects.
I spotted all this in downtown Cincinnati’s Oneida Alley, and my gut tells me they must be related. Yes? No? Christian from Spring in Our Steps called it “thought-provoking nonsense,” which is quite an apt description.
We’re thrilled that our Salad Greens Seed Bombs are included in the March 2015 Good Housekeeping Magazine. It’s too cold to garden in most parts of the US right now, but you can grow these seed bombs on a sunny windowsill and enjoy your mini crop in just a few weeks!
Located at 2001 Broadway in downtown Oakland, I. Magnin was once a luxury fashion and specialty goods department store. This stylish sign remains on what’s still a glorious Art Deco building, which was once the company’s flagship location.
We were honored to produce custom seed bombs for the Philadelphia Flower Show, taking place 28 Feb-8 Mar 2015 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Hosted by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, this is the longest-running and largest indoor flower show in the world!
Elizabeth Murray‘s Stream is a series of glass mosaic murals located in the long passageway inside the 23rd St.-Ely Ave./Long Island City-Court Square MTA subway station in NYC.
I spotted the ghost sign for Wholesale Prices on the corner of 10th and Emerson Sts. on the East side of Indianapolis. Judging by the state of the building, this hand-painted sign may not be up much longer.