A quick little recap of last month's projects...
First, some new pins for Seattle's oldest camera shop. The otter shirts I designed for them have been a big hit, so we decided to make some little pins of the same design.
These two commissioned prints are for the brand new Danforth Apartments. They'll be permanent pieces inside a common area for...ev...errr.
The first shows a woman taking a very happy dog on a ferry ride, with the Seattle shore in the background. Not sure if dogs are actually allowed on the decks of Seattle Ferries though. I'll have to check. The second is how I picture a sixty-year-old ad for the apartment building.
This month I also decided to turn my "Coffee & Records" design into a pin. It's been used on all sorts of good stuff at Porchlight and I thought it'd be nice to have an even more accessible option for the design. Even accessible to cats.
The third pin of the month was via the promotions/marketing/everything company, Polite Society, who is working with the aforementioned Danforth Apartments. They commissioned a pin with their ad campaign's motto: "Live Well, Do Good, Have Fun."
As always, here are some of my favorite photos that I took during the month of August. Many were taken driving from Seattle to Redding and Seattle to Portland.
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