Designing furniture for the modern Seatttleite.
Furniture store owners will be the first to tell you that Seattleites are a peculiar lot. Our tastes are far from perfect. Quirky, sure, but our taste derives from a confluence of conflicting factors such as empiricism, ecological interest and ultimately, irony.
This creative branding agency represents the forefront of Seattle’s design scene.
Creature might have a blue room (for inspiration) or a red room (for spreadsheet tedium). Select clan members might spend their weeknights unleashing creativity with
Kristen Rask is lucky, her passions and obsessions have become a lifestyle.
Plush enthusiasts, indie crafters, designer toy-makers and eccentric hobbyists congregate underneath Kristen Rask’s large umbrella of indie art influence. Within the scope of her influence, designers jockey for a position in her workshops, exhibitions, literature and
This creative gift-ready boutique is Seattle’s finer alternative.
To give exceptionally, one must always have their ear to the ground; aware of what’s vogue and representative of the recipient, the receiver and the culture that binds them. It’s a practice in mindfulness.
High concept, low art: The Foundry perfects the look.
The Foundry has a Nissan Xterra parked centimeters away from their front door. Neurotically, I picture the rampant fire hazards contingent upon a place known as “The Foundry.”
As night falls, the Seattle canvas calls.
Commercial and residential developers continue to stake their claim on Seattle. Cranes are everywhere. It’s a rush to impose personal will on a bustling metropolis, to carve out a piece of skyline for pocketbooks and posterity.
Create something awesome with digital DIY — a hackerspace right on the cusp of innovation and creativity.
Minimalist techno plays at a low level, punctuated intermittently by mechanical moans. Machines bellow their responses to a man in an unbuttoned white lab coat and gauge earrings. Richard, an electrical engineer-in-training at Seattle Community College
Skim, design, design, skim — Northwest summertime style meets flatland skim.
Board sports have always played host to avant-garde designers. Since the older design punks bedded with the skateboarding/Thrasher movement in the eighties, design and board sports have forged a symbiotic relationship
This northwest architect designs timeless structures in an accelerated culture.
An exacting rendition of Western popular culture enjoys recognition for rendering a phenomenon that’s constantly in flux, inert. America’s collective consciousness, in turn, rewards each memetic creator with the temporary sensation of actualization and accomplishment in American zeitgeist.
Exploring the evolution of color through the lens of twentieth century America.
Come Tuesday, April 10, Seattle Design Center is betraying their usual Thursday lecture series to accommodate the arrival of Leatrice Eiseman, co-author of Pantone: The Twentieth Century in Color and executive director of the Pantone Color Institute. While her agenda will primarily revolve around