We are still buzzing after the absolute blast we had hosting Patton Oswalt, Jordan Blum, and Scott Hepburn for the launch of their Minor Threats collection in an event sponsored by Revenge Of and produced by FTB.DESIGN, we were running on all cylinders.
MINOR THREATS, Big Rewards
If you're unfamiliar, Minor Threats is a comic series described as The Watchmen meets The Boys. When the sidekick to a superhero is murdered by a B-level villain as a ploy to launch himself into the A-league, the city turns into an indiscriminate hunting ground for any and all villains, no matter how small the transgression or how ancient the past is. A rag-tag group of d-listers bands together to save their own skin, trying to track down the aspiring murderer to quench the thirst of a righteous superhero driven mad with rage.
Not only does the book SLAP, but the creators are absolutely delightful. Writers Patton Oswalt and Jordan Blum attended, and artist Scott Hepburn flew in from Canada to join the celebration.
The recent Lotzilla - ParKing of Paradise event was an absolute blast, organized by FTB.DESIGN for Revenge Of.
There were a plethora of exceptional vendors in attendance, each bringing their unique flair to the event. Notably, Crocodile Jackson left a lasting impression with their stunning artwork and interactive 'shooting' gallery, while Velvet Apparition offered a variety of spooky items and antiquities that were sure to pique your interest. The Psychic Friends Club was also in attendance, showcasing their one-of-a-kind creations, and Purgatory Candles had a mesmerizing display of candles that caught the eye of many attendees. Additionally, Disperse Press was present, launching a super cool 'Last Action Hero' shirt that was a hit among those in attendance. Mystic Dylan, on the other hand, offered readings that were both insightful and thought-provoking. And let's not forget about the delicious food served by Los Cochinitos and the mouth-watering treats from Nomadic Ice Pops.
Suffice to say, the event was a resounding success, and everyone had a phenomenal time.
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The big day has come!
The Centennial Public House is open and ready for hungry customers. This fun project marked the fourth joint venture between Bryan Seifried and FTB.DESIGN.
Read the first review from the Greeley Tribune.
This is the video we shared with the Centennial Team that ended up driving the design forward. Take a peek!
More to come!
The highly-anticipated Jungalow Pop Up has officially opened its doors and is now fully operational for business. This exciting project has been made possible through a collaborative effort between the visionary owner, Justine Blakeney, acclaimed designer Faith Blakeney, and the talented team members of FTB.DESIGN. Spearheaded by owner Jeff Eyser, the project also boasts the expertise of VP of Current Projects Sue Oneto and Construction Coordinator Kevin Mincin. The Pop Up has already seen a tremendous response from visitors and is thriving in its new location.
Justina has written a truly gorgeous piece about the process over on her blog, Justina Blakeney. You really should take a moment to check it out and learn about how the process of this transformation.
We are thrilled to share our latest project with Critical Role: Candela Obscura. The project drew inspiration from the captivating dark Art Deco and neo-Victorian styles, providing a fascinating canvas to explore textures, shapes, and framing. Our team takes great pride in fabricating such a rich and compelling project and can’t wait to see what new challenges to summit on the next project.
We are hard at work on our restaurant project The Centennial Public House in northern Colorado. Here are a few progress shots! Opening very soon. Stay tuned!