Posts Tagged: art

In Office Portfolio Review.

The recent student portfolio review at Boise State inspired us to dig into our personal portfolio archives and share them with the rest of the team. With a wide range of history in the office, we had everything from elementary school art projects to art school self portraits to 90’s ad campaigns.  

Playing In The Nursery.

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In preparation for Rizen’s newest bambino, our own Jeremy James has been busy illustrating in chalk. Two of the four nursery walls were painted in chalkboard paint and covered with fun, original artwork. With creative direction from his lovely wife Leni, the nursery is truly one of a kind. We would like to congratulate Jeremy… Read more »

Incredible Illustration.

We never fail to be awed by the creative talent our world has to offer. This week was no exception. We had the pleasure of discovering amazing German artist Andreas Pries. His mixed media renderings of animals/people are outstanding, but his line work is far beyond that. His work is globally known for such brands… Read more »

Local art scene grows (again).

Boise’s creative landscape is getting an international shot in the arm, thanks to local art collective Ming Studios. The new international art center will open May 30 at 6th and Mrytle street. It’s first artist in residence will be Uli Westphal, a German artist that will create while in Boise as well as teach workshops…. Read more »


Next time you stop by to get a fresh cup of coffee from Caffe Dartė on your way over to see us, you’ll be greeted by Boise’s newest public art piece. Litharacnium, by Bruce Poe and Margo and Dennis Proksa, was installed this week and gives the corner a welcome creative flair to match the sculpture… Read more »

Pencil vs. Mouse.

We have been doing a lot of pencil work lately before ever touching our Macs. And honestly, it has been refreshing. The smell of the eraser, the glow of the light table, and the sound of the pencil sharpener has been constant for the last week. Living in that world of lead forced us to… Read more »