As we wrap up our work for the Butcher’s Brother BBQ with Whole Foods we are anxiously checking in on the production of all of the signage and graphic assets. Security Signs has been great with all of our custom signage needs. They didn’t even shrug a shoulder when it came time to hand paint some of the interior assets.
Youn Hee took advantage of our portraits from a recent photo shoot and made us beautiful. Our album art is in place, now we need to schedule our recording session. And write some music. And learn an instrument.
Derek decided to turn it up to 11 today and overwhelm us one-screen schmucks with what he calls “Riding the Pixel Pony”. Nerd.
This is the second article in a three part series. Read part 1.
Not attaching metadata (simple definition = searchable text) to the files in your image library will cost you, accumulatively over a lifetime, 22.7 days of brain-numbing clicking on little blue folders to see what’s inside. Use metadata and you can spend that free time throwing a ball for your dog, knitting a scarf for your mom, or planting heirloom tomatoes in your garden. Good stuff.
Our friends at Williams and Dame Development can now welcome their visitors with a new sign. Youn Hee worked her magic on typography modifications to the existing logo and Jason from I Can Do It installed it perfectly.
We think we are truly blessed that we get to do what we love for a living and we wouldn’t be able to do any of it without our clients. We have been very fortunate to work with such great clientele who have enabled us to get our hands dirty on some really exciting projects. Simply put, we wouldn’t be here today without our clients and we wanted to take a moment to reflect on that idea and thank our clients for being great. Therefore we took some time out of our busy schedule this month to develop a custom thank you card to send out to our current clients to let them know how special they are and how much we value our relationships. We’ve included some snapshots of how they turned out. We are pretty smitten with them. What do you think?
Last week we were working on a proposal for some new potential work it was fun to reflect back on some of the great work we’ve completed recently. Here are a few fun detailed examples highlighting some of custom front end and backend work we did for the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum Website
This spring, Whole Foods asked us to design a community mural for the entrance of their Fremont store. It’s complete! The dedication is tomorrow (Saturday, June 9, 2012) at 3535 NE 15th Ave.
It was a unique project for Brewhouse because to make the magic happen we called in the talents of 90 elementary and middle school students from Sabin School. They were wonderful. The energy they brought to the project gave it a personality and life beyond what we adults could have produced by ourselves. We are all proud of the group effort.