Monthly Archives: May 2016

Better Naito
Posted by on May 10, 2016
Posted in: built projects, creative community, events, inspiration, safety, transportation

Last summer, our own Yelena Prusakova was part of a core group of Better Block PDX volunteers that helped pilot a new traffic pattern on Portland’s Naito Parkway. (Read Mo’ Betta Block for a recap) This Summer, #BetterNaito is back, and Yelena has just released a fantastic video that documents the process of transforming the street […]

Lilypad Tiny House
Posted by on May 9, 2016
Posted in: architecture, built projects, construction, projects

The tiny house movement is, in fact, not so tiny, with millions of people either living in less than 400 sf or actively dreaming about doing so. Besides being adorable, what are the benefits of a tiny house? A tiny house allows you to live more simply, cheaply and have a lower environmental impact. There […]

Live Design @ WeWork
Posted by on May 9, 2016
Posted in: creative community, events, presentations, SceneViz

Dug Ketterman of DugOut Design Studio and our very own Joshua Cohen co-hosted a real-time, 3D visualization exercise at WeWork, challenging 40 people to design a music and skating festival. This imaginary event was to take place in the North Park Blocks just outside WeWork’s doors. We brainstormed a tree house stage, hot dog stand, and skate ramp-jump over […]

Summer Internship
Posted by on May 6, 2016
Posted in: creative community

Fat Pencil Studio is looking for a summer intern with excellent 3d modeling and graphic design skills to join our three person team in Portland. Job Description This is a part time, temporary position: 24 hours per week for 8 weeks during Summer 2015. The pay range is $12-$16 per hour, depending on experience. You’ll […]