Monday, August 24, 2009

I met Pete Vogel through my husband Dwight Jaynes they both worked in the media together. Pete let me know that he was a typographer and if I ever needed some old looking handmade signs made to keep him in mind. Well be careful what you wish for! I designed the interiors for 16 condos for Grand Lodges at Lake Collins resort and engaged Pete to make signs for the units. He did an outstanding job and gave some old world charm to the units. Below is a little bit about Pete in his own words.
"Media design, art direction and deadlines have been my career for nearly 30 years now. Typography has always been at the heart of my love for graphic design. I am also an avid woodworker. This new venture weaves my passions into an outlet that has me madly creating interior sign products intended for home, urban living and business decor. Less stress and the smell of fresh sawdust — I can’t think of anything else I’d rather be doing. If you see something you’d like to purchase for your home or business — or have an idea for a sign you'd like us to make — e-mail us at
Our first commercial order. 78 signs were ordered by Grand Lodges resort condominiums at Mt. Hood. Nostalgic, “old-lodge” signs of various sizes (a few shown above, and below) were designed and fabricated by Nutmegger Workshop and installed throughout 16 luxury condos in Government Camp!"

1 comment:

Peter Vogel said...

Kim: Thanks for posting my work on your blog! I have great plans for more elaborate signage for interior use. I'll keep you updated as I design and produce.