Pedro Barrios and Jaime Molina recently completed a New Belgium Brewery mural located at 34th & Larimer in town. As you can see from the pictures, not even the tiniest details were left out and the result brings both artists’ work to life on the street. Friend and local artist Joseph Martinez stopped by and added a geometric pattern to the mix to top it off. If you're on the north side of town, make the trip to check it out.
SkySight, a Colorado-based octocopter duo who specializes in aerial cinematography, has been hard at work on their new montage of work for the 2013 season. The potential for this new videography style is endless and inspring.
In our never-ending pursuit of turning anything and everything into ad media, we present the very latest: maple tree leaves. The campaign was developed by the ad agency Spring out of Vancouver for their client Kerrisdale Lumber — who wanted to tell people that they were the spot to buy yard work supplies in the fall. The real leaves were stamped with various offers and placed outside the store and in the entrance. Oh, Canada.
Located at Jack Rabbit Hill Farm in western Colorado’s North Fork Valley, Peak Spirits Farm Distillery makes CapRock – a hand-crafted, small batch family of certified biodynamic, organic spirits.
All of Peak Spirit’s products are made with Demeter USA certified organic fruit grown at Jack Rabbit Hill, Gunnison River Farms and Ela Family Farms. The spirits are cut back with naturally pure, soft water from the 10,500ft CapRock formation on Grand Mesa, just 20 miles from the Distillery.
Berger & Föhr created the new identities for Peak Spirits® Farm Distilery and CapRock — along with new packaging for CapRock. For a look at more of the work, click here.
Crafting A Nation — a documentary filmed by Denver's Free Mind Productions — covers economic recovery and the American Dream via the booming craft beer industry. The film visits craft breweries in Texas, Oregon, California, North Carolina and Minnesota, along with following some new Colorado breweries from idea to grand opening. The movie shows these breweries as they finish construction, launch their brands, and open to the public — and focuses on the struggles and triumphs of small business owners. Crafting A Nation tells stories of local economies, where a brewery serves as a catalyst to a chain reaction which occurs from breweries revitalizing a section of a city and providing jobs, and the resulting domino effect that follows with other small businesses that work together to succeed as a result of the brewery.
Crafting a Nation will hold its Colorado debut on May 16th, 2013, at 7 p.m. at the Alamo Drafthouse — 7301 S. Santa Fe Drive, Littleton, CO. The premiere coincides with American Craft Beer Week. Tickets are available here. A reception will be held after the film at the newly opened Renegade Publik House, where ticket holders will get ½ price select drafts.