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Ampliphone Maker: Fritz Rud

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Ampliphone Maker: Fritz Rud

West Seattle local Fritz Rud pairs salvaged vintage equipment with his own custom woodworking to create sculptural objects for listening to music on your phone. They sound alarmingly good – better than a lot of bluetooth speakers on the market – and look even better. The horns come from a variety of vintage speaker cabinets, gramophones, and other curios. We caught up with Fritz to hear his thoughts on process and inspiration:   How would you describe what you make? Custom passive amplification for hand-held devices.   Can you tell us about your favorite piece in the current collection? Swinger! It just...

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Kari Gran Pop Up June 3rd

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Kari Gran Pop Up June 3rd

Kari Gran is a local West Seattle gal who has turned her personal obsession with natural skin care into a simple, clean product line. Meet her at Click! this Saturday, June 3rd 2–6pm where you can sample her creations: concoctions that clean, tone, and protect your skin, and a collection of natural lip balms for the protection and care of your lips.    We caught up with Kari to hear about what she makes, how she makes it, and the joys of living in the neighborhood:   How would you describe what you make? We color a bit outside the lines of the traditional beauty industry. Most products...

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PNW Veg Party with the People, guest post by Kim O'Donnel

PNW Veg Party with the People, guest post by Kim O'Donnel

PNW Veg Party with the People When my husband Russ and I were packing up our place in the “other” Washington in 2008, our friends Tai and Daphne, who run an equally groovy home design/housewares shop in D.C., had one thing to say: “You have to meet the Smershes.” We dutifully heeded our friends’ advice and promptly tracked down these Smersh people in their first location in the Admiral district (aka “Click Classic”) . Nine years later, Frances and John remain part of our West Seattle family. They’ve hosted me many times at the store for my first and second...

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Konzuk Trunk Show May 5-6

Konzuk Trunk Show May 5-6

May kicks off with Karen Konzuk joining us for a trunk show to debut new work. Her work in concrete, diamonds, steel, and precious metals has made her a favorite among architects and engineers and a solid best seller at Click!. Meet Karen and view her latest at a preview event Friday May 5 from 5–7pm and all day Saturday May 6 (10am–6pm). A limited number of private consultations are available for special order rings; contact us for details.   We asked Karen a few questions about her work and her process: How would you describe what you make? Short...

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Featured Artist: Rachel Austin

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Featured Artist: Rachel Austin

In May, our floral art theme continues with new paintings by Rachel Austin. Well known at Click for her paintings of birds on maps, Rachel has recently been taking inspiration from the plant world.  Rachel is our featured artist for the month of May, but we are hosting a preview showing Saturday April 22 from 2 – 4pm with an opportunity to meet the artist and chat about her new work. We asked a few questions in advance: How would you describe what you make? For the work I’ll be showing at Click in May, I am painting a series inspired by my...

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