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Founded in 2012 by Nicole Powell (me!) and Treanndis Hurst, YMY Studios began as a process of exploration in craft, design and global relationships. Our mission is to produce thoughtful, functional, and multi layered products that seduce through beautiful materials, colors, patterns, and form.
Totem SF is my forum for exploring the line between art, design and commerce. Using traditional and new dip dyeing methods, the products from Totem SF are joyfully made and meant to bring warmth and love to the body and home.
Hand Dyed Textiles Putting a twist on the traditional Arashi Shibori techniques of hand wrapped and dyed fabrics, Madeleine Ward...
In 2012, Revere was asked to produce a small collection of custom colored scarves to be featured in select Levis locations as part of their "Made Here" collection.
Using non-spatial concepts, primarily light, audio, crowd-sourced content and video, our team created an experience that was dynamic and social. We wanted to do away with the precious qualities often associated with design and get people to actively participate in this charity event.
An Unexpected Experience For the 2010 DIFFA Dining By Design event, our team took an archetypal form, the teepee and...
The Gensler designed West Coast Campus of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania is located in the historic Hills Brothers building in San Francisco.
A New Way to Work 888 Brannan in San Francisco is a wonderful building with the influence of a lot...
As a means to provide a fast and easy way to describe the basis for a new program at SFO, we created a short 'commercial' to let people know what SFO's new AWAP program is all about.
California Home and Design is a publication known for their regionally focused and beautifully curated design and lifestyle reporting.
Daily Serving is a thoughtful, international publication for public art.
The Reach project is a comprehensive study and report about the perspective and future focus of design, architecture and service at SFO.
The look and feel of the Lafaza identity is directly inspired by the companies socially sustainable business practices and the vibrant visual culture of Madagascar, where Lafaza Vanilla is sourced
Harper Valley Ranch is a small operation located in Eastern Oregon near the Idaho Oregon border. The family that owns and operates the ranch believes that raising grass fed cattle in the open plains is truly the only option.
Little Bird Coffee is a brand concept for a mobile drip coffee stand in Boise Idaho.
Salut Studios was an identity for a small graphic design studio in San Francisco.