Beth Blair is an industrial designer who lives in Seattle, Washington. She holds a B.A. in Philosophy from Whitman College and a B.S. in Industrial Design from Western Washington University. Born and raised in rural southern Idaho, she has always had a passion for creating and an insatiable curiosity about the world around her. When she isn’t designing, Beth can be found tinkering on her vintage scooter or wandering around with one of her many cameras. You can learn more about Beth's work at http://ballantynedesignstudio.com/
Designer Brandon Perhacs focus is on sustainable design, and he derives much of his inspiration from the organic forms and systems of nature. He views design more as physical poetry and less as market driven commodity, and strongly believes in honoring the inherent qualities of material and process. Check out his work at http://www.perhacs-studio.com.
The making of the Circles of Influence mural painted at Makerhaus in Seattle, Washington by Scott Fuller.
Partnership, friendship and community. A simple hand shake represents the partnership and friendships that are created from working in a collaborative environment. The infinity handshake symbolizes a community and the pattern repeat suggests a larger network outside your own circle of influence.
A hangable tribute to the rugged geography of Washington State, this abstract geometric topo map is laser engraved onto premium reclaimed birch plywood. Only 30 of these pieces were made and they're available for purchase at http://e21design.com. Each piece has its own unique woodgrain and finish characteristics.
20" x 13" hand + laser crafted at Makerhaus in Seattle, WA.