Busy-ness is a sign of good business, right?
Well, we've been getting busy working on all kinds of new developments.
As with most growth, it takes a leap of faith to make any progress. And as with most things in life, everything tends to happen at once when you decide to make big changes.
The Universe strives for ever greater complexity, which is not without its challenges. But what emerges is always something of beauty.
Since we're in the mode of transitions and transforming our lives for the better with all of our latest efforts, it's only fitting we do this now. It's been gestating for a couple months so it seemed time to begin the big reveal.
Production and Design, Move
Feather & Fox is Moving! Read on about our new location and other amazing changes happening in the Feather & Fox and Fine Balance Imaging Studios world. Hint: It involves being next to ice cream and pizza.....
Decal Design, Production and Design
Feather & Fox is having a party!
December 11, 2015 6:30pm-8:30 pm at the Bayview Cash Store and Feather & Fox
Not only will this be a party, but it's also a special shopping event! Expect 20% off for the first hour and 10% the second hour.
Clothing, Production and Design
If you would have told me a year ago that we were going to transform our retail business into a design-and-make production house, I would have given you a pretty confused look and thought maybe you were being silly. However, over the last few weeks that's exactly what has happened. With the addition of the sublimation printer and huge heat press, our production studio, Fine Balance Imaging, can now add custom fabric printing and clothing design to the growing list of capabilities. FBIS, which started with the singular focus of quality reproduction of fine art for local artists, is now a full service design and production house.
Is it a good sign we sold our first sample t-shirt only a day after making it? It's true. A client walked into our studio and saw it and asked, "Can I buy that?" The first shirt we made with our new sublimation printer didn't even make it into the boutique! I can't say I am disappointed.