On Sunday, Jerome Humbert from our interactive team spotted a building on 11th Ave between Pike and Pine that had some pretty cool urban art. Who likes looking at a boring gray canvas anyhow?
Here are some pics from the show (excuse the phone camera quality):
The crowd thickens as the show is about to begin.
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In celebration of all things cool/inspiring/random/awesome/intriguing, we’re introducing a new section of our blog called “Seen Around Town.”
We’ll be snapping up pictures of interesting things and posting them to the blog for your viewing pleasure.
Have something cool that you’ve seen around town, too? Leave a comment with a link to something you snapped up (PG-rating, please).
WHAT: Our client Keeney’s rebranding efforts included a new design for their delivery van that features a cute little sticky note. We’re stoked to see this in person.
WHERE: As seen in front of our building on Fifth Ave NE.
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We’re happy to share the new launch for the Northwest Flower and Garden Show. The site reflects the vibrant nature of the show with colorful images of various plants, peculiar florals and imaginative illustrations.
The show itself sprouted in 1989 and has been blooming annually ever since. Green thumbs from around the Northwest come to enjoy the exhibition booths and to view more than 20 showcase gardens at the Convention Center.
In partnership with ADMARK, we built the CMS site for easier content updates and designed the site so that it would be interchangeable for each year’s theme. This year’s theme, “Great literature brought to life,” used a fun, flourishing illustration with bright, vibrant colors that are also used throughout the website. An intuitive navigation was also built to house the site’s repository of content and resources.
Here’s a look at the site:
The show will be at the Washington State Convention Center, starting next year on February 23 – 27th. Check out their website for more information: http://www.gardenshow.com/.