It won’t always be like this

The window of Cryptogram in Northside with beautiful analog slices of color Jon Flannery of Cryptogram has been teaming up with Joe Walsh to entertain the notion of chance and creation—as they call it, Take a Moment. They’re always up to something and this display in the window is a solid moment indeed. Sidenote: Jon […]

Makit & Bakit

We made these growing up. Maybe not this exact kit, but the one we had did include the dove of peace and trio of candles, for sure. I love everything about this. The vibrant colors. The lockup of Makit & Bakit. The gradients. Heck, I even like their use of Hobo. I scoured eBay to […]

The Neon Museum

I’ve been to Vegas, oh, three times? And I’ve wanted to visit the Neon Museum each trip. Turns out? It’s not that far away from the bustle of the strip. There are two parts: a garden of signs mostly no longer working visible day and night, and an evening experience called Brilliant that brings signs […]

Eye patch

These eye patches are for the second edition of PhotoScouting, hopefully a collection of perspectives from around the world tackling photography prompts. If you’re not on the email list, scroll to the bottom of the website and get on there!

Tether Cincinnati

Tonight was the launch of the Tether Sourcebook, bringing together photographers, wardrobe stylists, makeup artists, hair stylists, models, creative directors, and fashion designers in Cincinnati and celebrating their work. There was a huge mountain of donuts so I didn’t take a ton of photos, but this was among the favorites.

Mastercharge

MasterCard has evolved their logo over the years, but for my money? This Master Charge card was the epitome. I couldn’t find a good photo online so I bought an old one on eBay to document. For giggles I added my name. I wasn’t old enough for credit in the late seventies, but somehow I […]

Logo Modernism

I’ve got more than my share of books collecting logos. But this one? This, Logo Modernism is encyclopedically chunky and wonderful.

This loaf of bread

I assumed this was a classic package design for this Irish bread company, turns out it was actually a refresh done in 2014 by Holmes & Marchant. Looks good to go for a good long time.