Last month we mentioned some top design trends for 2014 so far. In the following months we’ll go a little more in depth on each of these, providing examples and ways to effectively use each trend. Read more →
Testicular Cancer Foundation is a regular client of ours, and a foundation that is always working on incredible things. This spring two Stage 3 testicular cancer survivors, Chris Olsen and Jason Morton, participate in the inaugural 2014 Go Nuts Tour. We had a lot of fun doing all the branding and marketing collateral for Read more →
The 7 Cooperative Principle Posters—our latest design collaboration with Cooperation Texas—are now on sale! You can purchase a full set of 7 or an individual poster. They are 18″ x 24″ and high-quality offset printed at a local Austin printer. Your walls look bare, no?
En route to visit family in the Bay Area for Thanksgiving, we had the surprise pleasure to land at the brand new “Virgin America” terminal at the San Francisco airport. It was amazing…from the furniture configuration at the gates to the restaurants—everything was designed to a tee! But what stood out the most were the incredible art installations. Their collection was better than any museum I’ve been to recently. The above photos are of my favorite installation—huge, nebulous blobs hanging from the ceiling made of some sort of netting. They could be something both aquatic or celestial—a jellyfish or galaxy. Super cool to walk underneath and around. Read more →
My cousin recently got married in Italy (thanks, Alex!) so of course we had to go! Italy is my absolute favorite country outside the US. Literally everywhere you look you see beauty—old and new, but mostly old. It’s mind blowing when you see patterns, shapes, colors and styles that were created so long ago, yet are still in use today.
So this post is dedicated to a current new trend—STRIPES! …And when I say new, I mean back in style for the umpteenth time since the 1300’s when these puppies were built. So freaking cool, right? Or should I say, Bellissimo!
Stay tuned for more posts sharing some more cool images of design, products and architecture from Italia! Ciao!
Since joining Make ATX—a member-based workshop with a variety of fabrication tools–tools for making things—I can’t stop thinking in laser terms. What can I get my hands on that I can laser? It never gets old watching the machine carve shapes out from the paper, wood, plastic, glass…you name it! It’s such a fun way to make something stand out—like this simple business card I did for a client who’s a Contemporary Art PHD candidate. The idea for these cards came Read more →