Every year, Americans bury enough metal in the ground to rebuild the Golden Gate Bridge, says Vashon Island coffin maker Marcus Daly. His simple, handcrafted wooden coffins are an economical and environmentally friendly burial alternative.
Facing blindness, metalsmith Andy Cooperman renews his commitment to making things worth seeing.
Project V Distillery began speakeasy style with a small still in Mo Heck’s garage. The code name for the project was “Project V”— for vodka. “It kinda got outta hand,” says Mo. “We would show up at parties and our booze would get there before us.” Two years ago they went legit and are now making some of the finest handcrafted vodka in the Seattle region.
iPhone app developer Peak Systems needed a story to help drive their effort to reignite sales of their popular Diptic photo app. Here’s the result of our collaboration.
Jason Silva—whom The Atlantic called “a Timothy Leary of the viral video age”—was so impressed by the sound design of a promo we created for Seattle Interactive Conference this fall, that he invited Visual Contact’s Dan McComb to edit his latest film about technological transcendence. Fasten your seat belt for this one…
We’ve just completed a series of short web videos for Seattle startup Decide.com. The revolutionary shopping service is seeking to arm consumers with all the information they need to evaluate purchases, in the vein of Consumer Reports. Only better. Here’s how it works.
Nordstrom’s certified prosthesis fitters are specially trained to fit women for all intimate apparel following a mastectomy, lumpectomy or other reconstructive surgery…
This promotional piece for the 2012 Seattle Interactive Conference poses “what if” questions that aim to inspire Seattle’s tech and design community to participate in this year’s second annual event.
The latest video in the series we’re making for Seattle Interactive Conference was officially unveiled today. It’s a peek at Seattle creative agency Digital Kitchen, the geniuses who make videos for the likes of BMW and Warner Brothers.
We created this video for Seattle startup Decide.com, to help explain why price-conscious shoppers should make Decide.com their first stop when looking for the best price on consumer goods.
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