Ink on paper rules. It is permanent and you can touch it. Posters, post cards and books will be kept for years if they are memorable and beautiful. We design print pieces of all shapes and sizes.
The mission of the National Park Service (NPS) is to preserve natural and cultural resources for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations. The NPS Business Management Group supports this mission by assisting park managers to create meaningful business plans that improve the efficiency of park operations. Blank Space provided graphic design [...]
Golden Tree Hostel, an 1890 Victorian farmhouse listed on the National Historic Registry, has been lovingly restored to provide a welcoming, fun, social environment for budget travelers. Previously called “The Mansion” by locals, owners Ken Katz and Ian Woolworth wanted a name that truly captured the spirit of their vision for the hostel. The name [...]
Information graphics designed for Technical Preservation Services (TPS) weatherization publications. Weatherization means implementing cost-effective measures to make a building’s envelope more energy efficient. Weatherizing a historic building requires undertaking those measures in ways that have minimal impact on the historic building’s design and materials. Air infiltration is the exchange of air through cracks and gaps [...]
On May 19, 2012, Northwest National Park Family Day will bring families to the Rainier Community Center in Seattle, for a day full of education, entertainment, and hands-on fun. “Our national parks are living classrooms that provide a space where families can spend time together and our children can learn things that cannot be read in textbooks,” [...]
The National Parks Conservation Association needed an alluring invitation for the private opening of Exposure—an exhibition featuring wildlife photography by Nathan Myhrvold.
Pacific Crest Middle School needed to communicate their mission to perspective students and parents. We presented their team with two concepts for the brochure.
Gather your family and friends for the Northwest National Park Family Day on Saturday, June 25th, 2011 10am–4pm at The Mountaineers Program Center in Seattle’s Magnuson Park. This free event hosted by NPCA and NPS is filled with fun, hands-on activities for the entire family. This event will feature kid-friendly activities including rock climbing, wildlife [...]
The Wexner Center is as a research laboratory for the arts. The center offers a plethora of entertaining and educational public programs. The community enjoys Teen Arts Fusion each summer. Teens naturally relate to contemporary art. Both are actively challenging boundaries, exploring identity, and grappling with the tough questions no on else has the courage [...]
A vibrant and colorful outreach organization deserves a vibrant and colorful calendar of events. At the Schottenstein Chabad House at Ohio State University, activism based in Jewish heritage blossoms at the speed of youth. The Chabad House quarterly calendar keeps students and faculty abreast on guest lectures (with free food), social events (with free food!), [...]
Re-marks makes fun-loving jigsaw puzzles, bookmarks, and memory games for the whole family. With bright colors and adorable photography, Re-marks pulls your heart strings. Who can resist adorable kittens, precious puppies, and playful penguins? Not many, their puzzles have been the number one seller in over 100 retail outlet for 12 weeks in a row! [...]