May 5, 2009


It only took about a month for these to sprout, now they are growing like nobody’s business. I couldn’t resist the pots are so tiny..


My “Hand”

May 5, 2009


Casted Glass, with molded glass bits.

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The Finished Ads for Mill Creek Farm shown above.


Photo of the sign making in progress.

Now that the models are done for each farm, I can step back and really look at them. I personally feel each farms signs still speak the same language when you look at them, they also have the differences that make  each farm unique and stand out. It shows that our system of graphics can work. Each farm can still be their own funky urban farm, but subtly be joined together and recognized by our graphic system.

The man in the way.

April 30, 2009


This guy was just standing there, in the middle of the street as people past by him. It took me a minute to figure out what this guy was doing. Can you tell how different he is then the people behind him? Very clever if you ask my opinion.

Gorillas on parade.

April 30, 2009


If you past a clan of protesting gorillas wouldn’t you snap a picture? I did. The thing I never figured out was what exactly were they protesting about, play more bongos and do the konga?

Urban Farming Signs

April 30, 2009


This is a concept for a paint by number sign going along with the other urban farm signs I posted, and also shown in the system graph below. This is a low budget way to advertise the farm and involve the community to help paint it.

Here is the graph


By having our graph  best explain each different way, whether it be a small community urban garden or an established urban farm, whether  you have 10 dollars or 100 dollars to spend, you can obtain a system of our graphics to unify your farm and link it with urban farming. Our graphic system has multiple options that you can choose and incorporate your own information into, like web site, address, logo…..whatever you want.


April 23, 2009


Keyholes? who dosent love ’em? I sure do!