Recently, we had the chance to lend a hand to a “clothing” company called, Filson. This is a very important and exciting client for us for a few reasons. For one, it’s a local Seattle brand and staple. Tons of hometown pride. Second, we just love their products. I’ve personally had this exact same bag for over 6 years now, and I’m hoping to have it for another 20. Everyday, it holds all the tools I use to do my job, and I always have it with me. The wear and character it is accruing is all because of how I use it to do what I love, and I’m glad to have it be a part of my day-to-day. We are really looking forward to working with them more!
We are super excited to announce that we have a new intern on-board, Shelly Miller. She’s settling into her sea nymph role as Assistant Nereid and has been helping us power through perilous storms since she first stepped foot on deck.
I’ll let Shelley say hello.
“Unlike most of the Nereids, this Nymph of the sea was born and raised in the small freshwaters of Southwest Washington. Little did I know that the expansive waters of Seattle is where I would surface. I moved here to study at Seattle Pacific University and will be graduating this Spring with a Visual Communication’s degree.
Wow, this book is bonkers. Ernest Cline (screenwriter for the film Fan Boys) blew our crew away with his debut novel. Yes, it may be hard to imagine that through our tough, sun beaten leathery skin, we have a soft spot for reading books together. Ready Player One is written like a film, allowing you to breeze through each chapter. It’s loaded with 80′s pop-culture references, so get ready to IMDB a bunch of John Hughes movies. Here’s our brief synopsis:
We loved Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty. It’s a phenomenal film with a great cast, you have to see it.
Fresh squid ink for the season! We wanted embrace the holiday season with a print and, well, we done it. Actually, the super talented, Chase Kunz, done it. He hopped on board with us and knocked it out of the park. This giant, orange, cyclopse of a squid can charm the barnacles off a boat. He’s kept our hearts warm this cold winter season. No more yelling “Shiver me timbers” Well done, Chase!