"The idea is to let people realize that things are still done by hand and we're not just slaves to buttons, even though it seems like that sometimes," Case says. "The owner of Easy Street is very interested in getting that message across; that it's sort of old school and nostalgic, when things still come from people."
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Glenn Case "Thank God for Pearl Jam"
If you live in Seattle, you probably know Glenn Case's work on the walls of Easy Street (or so I hear). MyNorthwest.com published a nice article about his work today complete with homage to an analog world.