Mod Green Pod's Custom LAB Color Catalog is now available to the trade for $125. This is the color tool we use to match colors for our clients' custom orders and we're now selling them to trade customers for finding perfect color matches for their projects. The LAB color system is printed on our organic cotton groundcloth for final printing accuracy. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in ordering one.
Mod Green Pod has open internships at its Austin headquarters. Multiple opportunities available for 5-15 hours a week to help maintain MGP's swatch library, fill customer orders, and respond to customer inquiries from around the world. Additional projects determined based on experience and interest. Please direct inquiries email@example.com
If you are interested in finding out more about our custom fabric program, check out the info sheet at our website. If you are interested in purchasing the chair, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Anticipate Chair, named for my favorite new Mod Green Pod custom pattern, is currently gracing my living room so I can photograph it for various purposes and, well, just stare at it. Earlier today, It dawned on me that I was probably spending a little TOO much time absorbing its lovely chair-ness because the new palette I was working on was THE SAME: charcoal, white and gold. It's a fantastic, versatile combo, but I couldn't seem to break away from it.
So, as I have been doing more and more, I turned to my daily iPhone photos. On January 1st of this year, I began uploading my favorite photo from each day, sort of as a visual diary. I am a bit of an obsessive iPhone photographer and snap, on average, about 20 photos a day. Sometimes it's hard to pick just one favorite, but I force myself to stick to just one that best symbolizes an important moment in each day. Today marks the halfway point of the year so I took a little break during my long design day to review the previous six months and the 182 photos I've uploaded to honor and represent each of my days. I spent a little time rearranging the color grid I've created on flickr and miraculously, I broke free of my color rut, even if I just added some blues to the same grey, white, gold combo: