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Get to Know Alex and Alex of SPACEFILLER

Get to Know Alex and Alex of SPACEFILLER
This month in the Concept Shop we are thrilled to welcome artists Alex Miller and Alex Nagy for art walk. Yes, they're really both named Alex, and yes, they get asked that a lot (as you'll find out in their interview). The real question here is how did two people named Alex come to form the artistic collaboration that is SPACEFILLER. Keep reading for a glimpse into the brains of these self-proclaimed computer nerds whose dream project includes developing a line of children's toys and making beats for Jay-Z. Continue reading

Father's Day Gift Guide

Father's Day Gift Guide
What to buy your dad for Father’s Day is a daunting task. What to buy your dad who already has all the ties, watches and BBQ accessories is even more impossible. This June, before that familiar “what do I get dad” panic sets in, let us guide you through the gift-giving process with intentional, handmade and original gift ideas that dads are sure to love. Continue reading

Intentionalist Discovers MOO-YOUNG

Intentionalist Discovers MOO-YOUNG
Imagine if every time you bought something you were supporting a local business? Or a minority owned business? Or a LGBTQ owned business? Imagine no more, there’s a new kid on the Hill and they’re here with intention. Continue reading

Interview with Kelsey Melville

Interview with Kelsey Melville
Originally from North Carolina, Melville is a visual artist living and working in Seattle, WA. In 2010, she graduated from Appalachian State University, receiving a BFA in Studio Art with a concentration in Ceramic Sculpture. Working with a variety of materials and processes, the central idea behind her work deals with human emotion, thought, experience and connection. As a nature lover, and avid traveler, Melville gains constant inspiration through the ever changing landscapes of our world. Continue reading

Maker's Interview: Natasha Alphonse

Maker's Interview: Natasha Alphonse
We've been graced to hold the ceramic art of Natasha Alphonse in our space for the past month. Currently working in Seattle, Alphonse originally hails from the Black Lake First Nations reservation on the Northern tip of Saskatchewan. Much of Alphonse's work is inspired by her nature infused upbringing. Her technique is unwavering and each piece radiates a thoughtfulness that can only be found in handmade objects. Continue reading