We survived DC’s week-o’-apocalypses and Tomas is back from his trip, so it’s all serious business again at ripe (or at least as serious as we ever get).
When Tomas rejoined the studio early in the week we realized that this was actually the first real vacation he’d had in well over five years. He’s a busy guy and all that jazz, but getting a little break now and then is important. A trip, especially to a city as visually rich as Barcelona, is a great way to recharge your creative batteries. And from Tomas’ pictures it looks like he had a pretty great one. Welcome back, Tomas!
Below: Some appropriately weird (yet awesome) looking architecture at Gaudí’s house.
Below: Gaudí’s house – note the fancy pants chimney.
A little later in the week we met up with one of our new restaurant clients, comma, to do a stationery presentation (which we’ll be posting up here eventually), and afterwards Bryan and Tomas joined them over at their location to see how the build-out was going. They’re making good progress, and we can’t wait to see how it all comes together.
Below: Tomas offers some suggestions on how to integrate the restaurant’s brand into their interior.