Who doesn’t love a good notepad?

Stack of notepads with map of Orcas on them

Orcas Island notepads available at Darvill’s Bookstore soon!

July 8, 2018

Powered by Opalco and the sun

Water bottle with Community Solar logo on it

Here’s a sweet logo we recently completed for our county’s Community Solar Program. It’s the largest community solar program in the state of Washington!

February 8, 2018


Skipstone logo

Check out the new logo for a long-time client going off on her own.

In order to skip a stone, you need the right stone, the right skill and the right environment. There’s a certain elegance and beauty to stone skipping. The idea that something heavy can be managed so that it’s light and graceful. It’s something we all love to do. Young and old.

January 19, 2018

Jazz Everyone

Homepage of Jazz Everyone website

This is the 1000+ page website and logo that we designed for Jazz Everyone. A place where jazz enthusiasts of all levels can learn how to play bebop music.

We also designed a new audio player for them with an A-B repeat feature that allows users to isolate segments of an audio track to allow them to perfect that before moving to the next segment.


January 13, 2018

Who doesn’t love letterpress

Cards with map of Orcas on them

Now at Darvill’s and Springboard on Orcas.

November 9, 2017

Home <3

San Juan Island from airplane

Flying back home from a client meeting.

July 20, 2017


Felt wall covering with modern furniture

Do you love felt the way we love felt? Well, check out the new site we just wrapped up for Submaterial.


July 11, 2017

Poetry on Buses: Your Body of Water

Streetcar with POB graphic wrap

This is a full wrap (inside and out) of the Seattle Streetcar we did for Poetry on Buses. There are hundreds of poems lining the inside of the streetcar for you to read. If you’re lucky enough maybe you can ride it. You have an entire year to catch it.

June 12, 2017

Women hold up half the sky

Half the Sky Exhibition at the Gates Foundation

We’re super exited about this exhibition at The Gates Foundation Visitor Center that opened yesterday.

It’s based on the book, “Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide”, by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn. It challenges visitors to open their eyes, minds, hearts, and most of all, to take action to improve women and girls’ lives.

It runs until the end of January 2018 and it’s always free.

June 9, 2017


Stormy sky and water from Ocras

Even winter on Orcas is breathtaking.

February 19, 2017
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