It’s hard to believe it, but Summer’s almost over! While it’s still a bit “sultry” outside, as one of our friends likes to say, we thought we’d give you an update on some of the “summery” things we’ve been working on these past few months!
These shadowboxed vintage swimsuits from the 40’s are a fun addition to a project we worked on down in Panama City Beach with one of our most favorite design firms. As tempting as it was, we did NOT try them on before framing them. They were a little smelly to be honest…
This abstract wave of stylized fish was created by our awesome graphics team for the Laketown Wharf project, and it spans over 50ft. of wall space. Kudos to the installer too, she did a terrific job!
We are asked for affordable sculpture A LOT! It can be a challenge to procure pieces that deliver the visual impact and SCALE required while also satisfying a budget. This piece was commissioned with a California artist who works in glazed ceramic. The craftsmanship on these pieces is absolutely top-notch and the piece is perfectly suited to it’s Miami location.
We are fortunate to be working with a great team of folks on the soon-to-open Hotel Indigo Garden District. The photographic imagery for the murals and framed artwork are all neighborhood based , and really could you ask for a better neighborhood to shoot?. Our photographer had a beautiful few days to capture the area, and this imagery is just AMAZING! We can’t wait to share more of the finished project with you, but we thought we’d post this image-it’s been a favorite of everyone who has seen it.
As some of you know, we lost our beloved Shepherd Mix (and official Art Initiative mascot), Sophie, to cancer, after 13 years together early this Summer. Life is wonderful in the way that it can bring joy while sadness is still present, and Luca is proof of that. She’s 5 mos. old, weighs in at over 50 lbs., and is all goof-ball. She’s here most afternoons, so if you’re here in Atlanta-come on by and meet her!
Hope you’re having a great Summer! Squeeze some more fun out of it while you can! We’d love to hear from you, so give us a call or drop us an email, if you’d like to talk art!