While we’ve been in our current office for nearly a couple of years now, it wasn’t until just a few months ago that we started filling the walls. Since then we’ve collected some interesting stuff. Here’s a sampling of some of the more noteworthy and eye-catching: — Click photos to enlarge —
This painting was brought back from a research project in Ghana, Africa, by our colleague Eric.
This watercolor of the Portland bridges was done by 5th graders and acquired from a local elementary school auction.
This modern take on the iconic London Tube map is a nod to our colleagues on the other side of the pond.
Our boombox and 80s cassettes on printed wood blocks take us back to the days of big hair and synthasizers!
Speaking of taking us back, it wouldn’t have been the 80s without Space Invaders (which was released in 1978, according to the Google machine)!
Our newest piece is “A Visual Compendium of Sneakers.” We have a few sneakerheads in the office (or maybe it’s just me), and this baby is a beauty! The reflective photo doesn’t do it justice, but you can get your own from Pop Chart Lab.
Finally, our Dialsmith Code, a rulebook of sorts that keeps us doing what we’re doing the way we want to do it. More on the Code in this post.
Well, there you have it. That’s a pretty good sampling of what we all stare at every day. We’ll do this again as more adornments come our way. Would love to know what you think and see what you have hanging in your space.