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.
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. Continue reading →
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!