Our Largest sign to date. This bad boy is 14 feet long and 4 feet tall. Make sure to check it out in person at the Incline Public House opening very soon.
The place Such + Such calls home got some press today. Thanks City Beat.
Such & Such’s pointedly vague slogan, “We make things,” is probably the best way to describe what these companies do. Because nearly every member of Losantiville holds a degree in industrial design, there is a heavy focus on creating products and conducting business in that field — producing furniture, signs and urban-inspired art. But talents range from The LaunchWerk’s design consulting to Keller’s sculpture and lighting work to Heckman’s intricate wooden ornaments.
Some more Block Clock love! This time from the fine folks at Her Magazine.
Beautifully Carved Block Clocks by Such + Such
Does wood sparkle? I would swear that the elegantly multifaceted Block Clocks, from Cincinnati’s Such + Such studio, seem to glisten like gems as I turn them from side to side or glimpse them from different areas of a room; from one or two angles, in a certain light, they appear almost perfectly flat. The clocks are made by the three industrial designers of Such + Such from locally available hard woods, shown here in black walnut and hard maple. I love that the super-minimal clock face lets the wood sing, with just a small, ticking pop of blue—the second hand—to draw the eye. -Danielle Maestretti
Quan Hapa’s HDU and Wood sign in the wild.
Zach getting PYT’ed for our Cincinnati Magazine photoshoot.
A fancy new sign for QUAN HAPA [OTR]. Coming to a Vine Street near you.
Today we’re working on a sign for our friends over at Quan Hapa. Next up is some color and a stained wood border. More to come…
Stop by Losantiville tonight and pick out your very own Block Clock!
Or if you’re from the internets you can always get them at our shop.
lamp prototypes hanging out at Such + Such.
Etched on our laser!
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