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.
Missing your favorite Vito’s bartender? That’s because they’re at Rumba, the newest gastro-child of Tango’s Travis Rosenthal.
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.