Some updates from around the shop!

The gallery space is looking much better than we saw in the last post, shown here with some photography work from Forester Michael and Erica Peterson. The space changes a bit for every artist, but the addition of track lighting and rails for hanging work has really helped. Look forward to a new season of artists on display starting in March for first Friday.

Much has changed, including this new sample display area.  Included are wedding and business stationery, posters and more.

Much has changed, including this new sample display area. Included are wedding and business stationery, posters and more. The current setup may be changing soon, as this small display is already overflowing with new projects and sample work.

Much has changed since moving into the new space, and I'll be eager to get those updates online in short order.  In coming weeks, you'll see new projects and events that made 2013 a very exciting year.

New branding work, shown here on press for silkscreen printing.

New Crossroads Location!

Day one.

Day one.

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When a desk wouldn't seem to do, a bar offers a nice place to meet with clients and a sunny spot to design all day!  Pots are available for sale from potter friend Kate Shroeder, the re-purposed brick piece is from The Jarboe Initiative.  These and other art products will be available in the shop, with more features coming soon.


Shop Detail

The place has certainly come a long way since moving in last month, with much re purposing and cleaning the shop has maintained a certain gritty charm, while becoming much more comfortable and warm.  In the storefront, pots are available for sale from Kate Shroeder, and a re-purposed brick piece from The Jarboe Initiative. These and other art products will be available in the shop, with more features coming soon.
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Business Cards

These little guys are all typeset letterpress, printed on heavy packing material and white cover stock.  A good start to the new studio!

Taking stacks of cards and adding interest has been popular with the use of edging, a process in which color is applied to the sides of cards. By alternating paper weight, size, and color this design achieves a similar effect without such embellishment. A process could be added to a future design, however, in which the sides could alternate between carefully matched colors specified by a client.