I remembered this fact yesterday when a project I managed for over a year was finally photographed. We drew just about everything in this place down to 1/32 of an inch and the level of craft was about as high as I believe possible. So yeah, I like details.
I would usually like to mention the client and the office where I worked but I'm pretty sure I shouldn't be posting these images at all so... fair use right?
Need to mention a collaboration I've been working pretty hard on lately with longtime friend Jeremy aka 'The Heat' of Tacklebox. This past winter we somehow decided our shared upbringing amongst tractors and forest-bound-boats was the perfect foundation for a fashion accessory line.
We started with these prints on totes:
Jeremy curing an early test print. Ties are optional but recommended when screen printing.
I look like I am doing something incorrectly here.
Here are some hopeful bandana candidates. We have developed and printed about 10 of these and are currently working on a tool tote, ties, and leather items.
So all in all it's been a welcome outlet for two architect's creative surplus, a great way to take advantage of the resources of the studio, and a great testing ground for perfecting new processes. Stay tuned for more and check us out at Smith + Butler.