Mayday

I’ve lived down the street from Mayday for a while and I’d go there for a show or a brew, but never sat down proper for a meal. Finally took the plunge and must say, their veggie Mayday Dog (caramelized onion, grilled peppers, spicy mustard, house ketchup and relish) hits the spot. Super tasty. Get […]

Spilt idea

Some ideas just need to be made so you can move on. The good news from this exploration is that I had fun trying to make a puddle into the shape of Ohio. Plus also? I enjoyed some coffee.

Bigfoot print

I saw this snapshot of a painted stump by Jessica, totally dug it, but didn’t really understand what it was all about. A week later this post about the I Don’t Believe in You, Either show on the Eight Hour Day blog popped up and everything made sense. And now? I hold what is likely […]

An excuse to be creative

Tom and I took a little bit of time on Friday to create our own concepts and print them before the work whistle blew. You know how an idea is better in your head than in reality? … Essentially my concept was very low brow with mixed entendres. At the end of the day, it […]

R.Ring and me giving a talk about something

I’ve posted about this on our studio blog, but the long and short of it is: Kelley Deal and Mike Montgomery are residents at the South Park Tavern every Tuesday in April. They’re having friends kick off each evening with talks about all sorts of stuff, music, and demos. I’ll be speaking on April 26! […]

a percussion recital and ink on paper

Heather liked this photo of the beat up piano and we made this poster. Here’s some behind the scenes of the whole process. I’m tipping my hat to Tom for making this a reality. (He’s awesome.)

Good things in the mail

This Modern Logger poster is even better in real life than on the web. (I know, it’s hard to tell on my photo here)

Happy

I think the appropriate graphic design response involves the words: kick ass, and awesome. Made by Alexander Bohn.