BarkerBlue Supports Arts in Education
Amidst the holiday bustle, we often forget the season is meant to be about giving and a special time for kids. At BarkerBlue we recently paused to remind ourselves of that by contributing to the 2017 Sandcastle Classic, the biggest sandcastle competition in Northern..
GOING SOFT ON BRANDING IN 5 PLACES
It sounds like the kiss of death: letting your brand or image go soft. But often that’s exactly what’s called for. Especially when “soft” means displaying your brand or image on fabric. Most people think T-shirts or clothing when you suggest branded textiles,..
Acrylic Wall Displays
Acrylic wall displays deliver super saturated color and formal look to your artwork. From brand assets to fine artworks - acrylic can provide a high impact look. This display for our friends at Square archives their ongoing T-Shirt designs. Designs from many..
SF MoMA Installation
As part of our latest installation at SF MoMa BarkerBlue installed a large wall to ceiling graphic of Mike Mandel. This image was a temporary graphic which will be taken down for the next exhibition, but what makes it clever is that it was a part of a series of art..
This week BarkerBlue helped out with a summit event for Pagerduty. The event was held in downtown San Fransisco and for the marketing of the event BarkerBlue was commissioned to help out with the decorating and event stands. We created large hanging banners for the..
Fall is here!
Fall is here and with it comes a change in seasons for all retail stores! BarkerBlue in a continued positive relationship with Macey's was able to lend our services by redoing the interior signage and window banners just in time for back to school. Check out the work..
Menlo's magnetic motivation!
Menlo Athletic's got crafty with us by having BarkerBlue create magnetic printed boards for each sports team where students, teachers and coaches alike can post notices, sign-ups, awards and honors for the rest of the school to enjoy! Great idea Menlo!!
"Revolt, They Said" Andrea Geyer
"Based on a continually evolving drawing, Revolt, They Said is a wall-sized diagram that takes the viewer through a network of 850 women who made an indelible impact on the American cultural landscape. Geyer’s hand-drawn lines chart professional relationships,..
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