In his Design Spotting column, Zahid Sardar writes about his trip to Seattle. He met with Lee Rhodes of Glassybaby, who grew a small business (started to help out cancer research and support organizations) into a $2M a year company with 26 glassblowers working seven days a week. Rhodes will be selling Glassybabies in SF tomorrow...
She'll be selling Glassybabies at the Presidio from 3-9. It's her first attempt to sell the lovely colored translucent glass candleholders this way.
Sardar also visited the cool Seattle Central Library, the Seattle Art Museum, the Olympic Sculpture Park, and the office of architect Tom Kundig.
Read the whole article here.
Image: Mark Woods
• Glassybaby Grows Up