In the Journal
Our friends at the Kookaburra recently opened their newest coffee shop / roastery location just a short distance from our YIELD studio. This morning we caught up with manager and barista Kevin McNeal to drink some coffee and shoot some photos using our double-wall glassware. Our smaller 6oz glass was sized to work within the traditional 5-6oz range of regulation cappuccinos. Prepared right, it's just enough!
Today marks one week since we opened our new Obscura Shop here in St. Augustine. While there's a lot of crossover between what we do at YIELD and what goes into running a retail store, there's plenty that's new for us. We've enjoyed having an opportunity for more face-to-face interactions and direct engagement.
Join us on Friday, March 10th from 6-10pm for our Grand Opening and a first viewing of prints by visiting artist Marleigh Culver.
We are honored to be included in Sight Unseen's 2016 American Design Hot-List. Check out our interview here.
With the start of the New Year, we've been thinking about ways both big and small that we can draw attention to the city we live in and become a better neighbor to those in town.
In collaboration with our friends at Artifact Uprising, we've designed and manufactured custom photo display products to accompany their beautiful photo prints.
Inspired by the striking beauty found amongst the isles of the Mediterranean, the Petra Collection uses natural stones cut and arranged in geometric compositions reminiscent of ancient ruins and natural rock formations.
Photo recap from Andrew Scott Wilson's October show.
We recently paid a visit to the home and studio of Andrew and Sarah Wilson, where Andrew paints and Sarah writes. In advance of Andrew's upcoming show at YIELD, we talk a little bit about process, place, and inspiration.
Leave Paula Deen’s restaurant and the ghosts tours behind and let me show you how to have some southern dirty-dirty fun.