Posted on January 13, 2015
in Published Work
Sometimes we forget just how awesome our jobs are. We're flattered to hear the responses Arhaus has received for its most recent catalog. These projects are a huge undertaking with even larger rewards of seeing our work "in action".
Big thanks to the Arhaus crew, creative minds and all the staff and crew that have made these shoots successful for many, many years.
Posted on January 06, 2015
We're proud to be on the panel of Corporate Round Table (CRT) event this Friday, January 9th from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. at Cleveland State University’s Student Center – 2121 Euclid Avenue 3rd floor Ballroom 311.
Mike Wasserman will be sharing how KP has, as a small business, taken creative measures to transform an abandoned factory into a sustainable business as a photography studio.
Other noteworthy panelists include:
Matt Gray, Director, Mayor's Office of Sustainability at City of Cleveland
Posted on December 24, 2014
There is a tradition, strange as it may be, that whoever finds a hidden pickle on Christmas morning receives a year of good fortune. We've hidden a few "fortune pickles" in this dinner scene -- can you find all five? (If so, you're way smarter than we are.)
In case you're still looking, we included one for you to hang and spread good fortune to those around you.
Thanks for making this year a great one for K&P. Happy Holidays!
Posted on December 07, 2014
They say the Greatest Generation is the most loyal, selfless and hard-working of all. With each passing year and the rise of new generations, it's easy to forget the men and women who so greatly influenced and sacrificed for today's luxuries.
As the holidays approach and we turn to gifts and sales and TV commercials, it's also easy to forget that today marks a very tragic event in U.S. history -- the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
Jason Feiler, our digital artist, recently dedicated...
Posted on December 02, 2014
in Around the World
Photo Credit: National Geographic. This wartime photograph was published in a 1916 issue of National Geographic with a caption referring to Adam, Eve, and the apple. But more germane is how the image evokes an idyllic British landscape and the childhood pleasure of a snack after play. (A. W. Cutler, National Geographic Creative)
What is it about eating that brings us closer together? National Geographic recently explored the topic in-depth in "The Joy of Food". The article is, in typical NatGeo form, complemented by beautiful photography.
As a food studio, we spend so much time in the details -- building sets, styling food perfectly with tweezers and enhancing the image to its final perfection that we often forget the bigger meaning behind our shared meals.
"Food is more than survival. With it...