We have closed our old location at Avalon Center and are working furiously to get ready to re-open in three weeks!
Our building got a fresh coat of black paint, and now feels more like us. I am obsessed with the view we have of downtown, we are so lucky to have this special location. We are still awaiting awnings, greenery, and signage but first…
An incredible local artist is going to do his thing on our beautiful black canvas. We met this morning, and here are some of the inspiration pictures we discussed:
There have been a few comments and several emails suggesting we keep it black and first off, Thank You!
So glad y’all like it so far and I hear you, I love the black too. BUT the reality of the situation is we have relocated to an area of Houston that is currently trying to become the newest designated arts community- which at its best means its really dynamic and diverse and creative- and at its worst means there is a large chance I will pull up to work one day to see a giant wiener spray painted on the side of my building.
Potential wiener graffiti aside, we are thrilled to be a part of the neighborhood, and for us that means respecting the culture. I am happy to give some wonderfully talented artists a canvas to showcase their talents and add to the character of the area, and also hopefully discourage less artful expressions from occurring on our very large canvas.
Either way- I wouldn’t be doing it if I didn’t think it was going to be amazing, so I am grateful to my new ‘hood for inspiring me to do something a lil different- and I really think even those of you who favor the black will like what is to come!