All posts and stories tagged with 'Minneapolis'

14 Apr
Martha and Dan’s clean, bright and alluring space which houses MAD, allows for these two creatives to fully submerge themselves in multiple projects simultaneously. “Even though there are a lot of interesting things happening in Minneapolis it still manages to fly under the radar and we like that about it — it leaves plenty of room to work quietly and remain anonymous.”

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16 Dec

One of Minneapolis’s favorite and ever so humble couples, Max and Johnna Holmgren of Bear Fox Chalk, seem to be familiar with taking risks. “You just have to be bold enough to put yourself out there.” Their success within the last three years is no surprise, as more of Minneapolis is now appreciating handmade art and locally owned businesses. Read the story…

21 Oct

Asha & Quinn
Q + A

The child of two opposite but equally creative minds, Q + A  is exactly what this city doesn’t have… until now. “We’re passionate about all things design and collaboration; working with musicians, fine artists, graphic designers and more to translate concepts and ideas into imagery. Each artist we feature has full input in the concept development process and final project execution.”  

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30 Sep

Amber Rose
Makeup Artist

After years of working as a freelance makeup artist in the Twin Cities, Ms. Rose has a plethora of clients ranging from stunning brides to Minnesota’s own: Prince. “Although we are all trying to make a living doing what we love and naturally there will always be competition, we all look out for each other.”

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09 Sep

Forrest is devoted to a fair and old fashioned standard of craftsmanship; and has dedicated his life to many trades including sign painting. “Minneapolis has a long and continuous history of sign painting which has helped the receptiveness and popularity.  My trade did not start in art school.  In my opinion, it comes from the streets.” 

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26 Jun

Although she had only picked up her first camera a year ago, Colleen Eversman has been making quite an impact in the Minneapolis photography community. With her inviting and empowering personality, it is no wonder she has made herself known in such short time. “I’ve met so many wonderful and inspiring folks with unique stories and perspectives in the past year and I owe it all to taking the leap of faith into photography.”

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03 Jun

When Ben Vanden Wymelenberg started to make his own wooden phone cases, he just thought it might be fun to sell it to family and friends: WOODCHUCK was born. Fast forward one year, he runs his own company. “Minneapolis has been an amazing platform for launching my company and will be the platform in which it operates. The creativity, energy, drive, and authenticity of this city is unlike any other I’ve ever been.”

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