We met in art school. After graduation, we spent a cold Ohio winter designing a modern map to help visualize our future travels. When the first edition of 50 silkscreen prints sold out instantly, we asked ourselves a big question:
What if we could make a living by making art?
For the past five years, we’ve been doing just that. After the debut of our first Modern World Map, we designed a complete collection of city, state, and world map art prints. Since 2010, we've sold tens of thousands of maps to customers in all 50 states and over 40 countries.
Today, we’re experimenting with new ways to make things. Starting in April, we’re challenging ourselves to make a new limited edition art object every day for 100 days. During this project, no idea, process, or subject will be off limits. This new collection will be a celebration of the creative process and an experimental exploration of the future of These Are Things.
When we're not making things, we're usually lifting weights, playing video games, planning our next big trip, or hanging out with our cats, Will and Dill.
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