When San Francisco-based retailer The Urban Deer asked about adding private label fatwood and fatdust to its outdoor-focused assortment, we were thrilled to oblige! The shop’s clean aesthetic dovetails nicely with ours, and the packaging turned out great, if I say so myself.
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.
The ghost sign for Saul’s Men & Boys Store features bold colors and jaunty lettering. It’s not old or faded like ghost signs typically are, but the business is gone, so I’m including this here.
If you’re in the Cincinnati area and planning an upcoming wedding or other celebration, you should check out Junk in the Trunk this Sunday at 915 Monmouth in Newport to purchase hand-crafted accessories and gently used wedding decor. Each VIP goodie bag will include a pouch of our Exotic Herbs seed bombs, and every attendee will receive a discount code for our personalized seed bomb favors.
This ghost sign advertising Furniture Carpets Stoves is located on East 9th St. in Newport, KY, right next to Powerhouse Factories, an awesome a rock poster shop and design studio.
Signage around Town: Over the Rhine Edition: a graphic designer ogles all the amazing signage and ghost signs in OTR.
Mushroom House in Hyde Park for Sale: only 349k for one of the most interesting homes in Cincinnati.
Three NKY Cities Awarded Best in Preservation: kudos to projects in Bellevue, Covington, and Newport.
Chelsea Resident Hangs Anti-Tourism Posters Pleading Visitors to Improve Their Manners: “Dear Chelsea, Nice problem to have. Wanna trade? Sincerely, Bedford-Stuyvesant.”
Underground New York Public Library: a visual library featuring the reading riders of the NYC subways.
Bikes, Transit and Traditional Urbanism: a fascinating, detailed look at walking, bike use and public transit in different cities, from Copenhagen to Bratislava.
A Parisian Sunday Walk: checking out street art in Paris.
Have I mentioned before how much I like Monmouth St. in Newport, KY? Yes, I have, but mentioning it again doesn’t hurt. Oh, and also: the old Dine Schabell Furniture Store at 931 Monmouth St. has an interesting tile-filled entry.