Little Free Library

Little Free Library in Indianapolis

Take a book. Return a book. What could be a lovelier, more neighborly gesture than a DIY library in your community? The Little Free Library is a network of small, weatherproof boxes, started in 2010 in the town of Hudson, WI and now spanning the globe, including a couple I’ve recently come across in Indianapolis.
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Custom Favor Pouches by VisuaLingual

Custom Favor Pouches by VisuaLingual

Over the past few years, we’ve become known for our personalized seed bomb favors, which are popular for summertime weddings and other celebrations. Every once in a while, we get a request just for screenprinted pouches — in this case, adapting the couple’s monogram from their wedding invitation. You can fill these muslin pouches with candy, soap, or any small keepsake. We love these kinds of custom projects; contact us to discuss details!

Private Label Products by VisuaLingual

VisuaLingual private label seed bombs for the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

We moved from Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati to Brookside, Indianapolis just over a month ago, and we’re still in the midst of setting up our new production space, but that hasn’t stopped us from working on awesome projects for great clients like a line of private label seed bombs for the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe.
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Noted without Comment

Noted without Comment

This chalkboard is in my new neighborhood of Brookside in Indianapolis, across the street from the awesome food co-op. While I appreciate this as a platform for neighbors’ thoughts, I can’t help but feel that the issue is one of spelling more than anything else. Convenience stores may be nothing to brag about, but I believe that they have a place in an urban retail ecosystem.

VisuaLingual Seed Bombs in Good Housekeeping Magazine

VisuaLingual Seed Bombs in Good Housekeeping Magazine

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!