All images and content posted on this site are original creations of Steve Dressler.

All rights reserved.


Posts tagged ucb


Photo

Jan 6, 2014
@ 10:39 am
Permalink
16 notes


Photo

Jan 6, 2014
@ 10:37 am
Permalink
15 notes


Photo

Aug 14, 2013
@ 6:10 pm
Permalink
20 notes

New poster image for The Law Firm.

New poster image for The Law Firm.


Photo

Aug 12, 2013
@ 9:35 am
Permalink
39 notes


Photo

Jun 8, 2013
@ 6:21 pm
Permalink
66 notes

jakefogelnest:

RIP Arturo Vega. 


An inspiration.

jakefogelnest:

RIP Arturo Vega. 

An inspiration.


Photo

Oct 21, 2011
@ 3:06 pm
Permalink
57 notes

Now this is something I can be proud of.
Way to go boys.
photojuice:

#253: From UCBW Cagematch:
Comedy wrestlers in awe of a legend.

Now this is something I can be proud of.

Way to go boys.

photojuice:

#253: From UCBW Cagematch:

Comedy wrestlers in awe of a legend.


Photo

Apr 16, 2011
@ 4:18 am
Permalink
79 notes

My logos cause press pieces in the NY Times.
Also, this is a pretty great resolution.
anthonyking:

The “Hot Chicks Room” saga comes to an end.

The sign will decorate a compost learning center run by Earth Matter on Governors Island. This “Hot Chicks Room” will feature a greenhouse containing chickens who, in their own way, will teach visitors about the nutrient cycle and waste-reduction practices and help create a fertile soil additive for the island.
 Ms. DeDominicis of Earth Matter said the hot environment of the greenhouse was helpful for the chicks, whose bodies need to be kept at around 93 degrees for the first several weeks of their lives, and for the creation of the compost, which needs to be kept at 140 degrees for three days to kill off some organisms.
“With that high temperature,” she said, “we’re making a quality product.”

My logos cause press pieces in the NY Times.

Also, this is a pretty great resolution.

anthonyking:

The “Hot Chicks Room” saga comes to an end.

The sign will decorate a compost learning center run by Earth Matter on Governors Island. This “Hot Chicks Room” will feature a greenhouse containing chickens who, in their own way, will teach visitors about the nutrient cycle and waste-reduction practices and help create a fertile soil additive for the island.

 Ms. DeDominicis of Earth Matter said the hot environment of the greenhouse was helpful for the chicks, whose bodies need to be kept at around 93 degrees for the first several weeks of their lives, and for the creation of the compost, which needs to be kept at 140 degrees for three days to kill off some organisms.

“With that high temperature,” she said, “we’re making a quality product.”