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Brewe Layman, PS ( … not a brewery)

Standing on an extension ladder, roasting in the sun as I painted the signage art on the exterior of the new offices of Brewe Layman, I had to field the constant questions from pedestrians below about the nature of the ‘new … Continue reading

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Concrete Floor Stenciling

At a new sales office for a tech company in Bellevue, Washington, GGLO has included some atmospheric design elements. Many of these are geometric patterns in different scales and materials. For the entry floor leading from the elevator lobby to the reception area, … Continue reading

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Hamburger Vending Machine Debuts

When the managers of the Bellevue apartment tower, The Elements, decided that it was time to install shipping package lockers for their tenants, they thoughtfully invited LunchBox Laboratory to do a bit of branding on them. Branding that couldn’t include … Continue reading

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‘Sea Frond 1’- for Blake Apartments

A new, contemporary apartment building in West Seattle, the Blake Apartments, is just opening for the first tenants. The block features a Northwest, Puget Sound, island theme of sorts; even the name is taken from Blake Island, the small maritime … Continue reading

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Ripple Rotator – Microsoft Building 34

A large building devoted to food service on Redmond’s Microsoft campus has been going through a redo since early this summer. As a small part of the Building 34 project, I was invited to create a water themed piece for one … Continue reading

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