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. Continue reading →
How much do I love terrazzo signs? A lot. This one in downtown Ferndale, MI is for the old Innes J. Davidson Jeweler, and the color and lettering are so beautiful that we should ponder this lovely O before moving on to the whole thing. Continue reading →
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. Continue reading →
Carmel, Indiana is a posh New Urbanist community located just north of Indianapolis. If you know me, you know that’s not necessarily the kind of place where I might find myself, although I recently did on a rainy Saturday afternoon, where I stumbled on a few public sculptures from the Man on the Street series by J. Seward Johnson Jr.. Continue reading →
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. Continue reading →
Earth Day is coming up on Wednesday! Here’s a project we designed and produced for the Skandalaris Center at Washington University in St. Louis to celebrate Earth Day and promote interdisciplinary innovation and entrepreneurship.