Fresh Fruit Bike Racks by VisuaLingual

Fresh Fruit Bike Racks by VisuaLingual

Some projects take a while, and we actually sketched out these bike rack concepts a few years ago, revised and finalized the designs last year, and they were recently fabricated and installed in front of two Kroger stores: the one in our neighborhood of Over-the-Rhine, and another location in East Price Hill.
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VisuaLingual at the Crafty Supermarket

City Critters: Rat print by VisuaLingual

We are so excited to participate in the Crafty Supermarket this Saturday at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center at 3711 Clifton Avenue [corner of McAlpin, next to Fairview German School]. The event is scheduled for 11am-6pm, and there will be 50 art, craft and design vendors, DJ and food vendors, many from Cincinnati, plus a few from Dayton, Columbus, Indianapolis, and Pittsburgh, among other places.
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