Archive: Mar 2014

  1. Thursday Salute to Originals: Sushi Couture

    As trendy (and delicious) as sushi is, it does tend to generally look the same from restaurant to restaurant. You know the drill – filling rolled in rice wrapped in seaweed. Done. If the wasabi and ginger aren’t quite cutting it for you in the “embellishment” department (surely a common complaint amongst sushi-lovers, right?), never […]

    Read more
  2. Thursday Salute to Originals: Taking Structure Out of Sculpture

    Museums are inspiring places. Being surrounded by the antiquated works of artists who have expressed themselves in ground breaking ways is truly moving. Sculpture is particularly awe-inspiring. With subjects painstakingly carved out of a solid blocks of stone, it’s compelling how sculptors have managed to harness the power of such a rigid medium, creating the […]

    Read more
  3. Thursday Salute to Originals: An Artistic Spin on Submersion

    As the title of our company blog not-so-subtly alludes to, we are drawn to delving into that which lies “beneath the surface”. This can be in the form of a thoughtful engineering detail, a glimpse behind the scenes into the design process, or our personal spin on architectural news. What we don’t often come across […]

    Read more
  4. Thursday Salute to Originals: Progressive Prosthetics

    Though constantly breaking ground and pushing boundaries, the medical field isn’t usually a hotbed for aesthetic advancements. That’s really how it should be, though. After all, time, money, and energy should be spent saving lives, not debating on the proper metal finish for the stethoscope or whether or not the color for surgical gloves matches […]

    Read more
  5. Back to Basics #1: Form

    Submersed in creation day in and day out, it’s easy to become immune to the fundamental concepts at the core of design. Becoming so ingrained in our being, their simple existence registers involuntarily – like we’re running on auto-pilot – and we can overlook their individual relevance in the visual realization of an idea. Overexposure […]

    Read more