Tallmadge Doyle Public Art

This September, Lane Transit District is scheduled to begin work on the West Eugene EmX extension.  A portion of the budget for this project will be spent on art, and Tallmadge Doyle was one of the artists invited to present their ideas. Hopper D + I created renderings showing the proposed art in context of […]

Eugene Skate Park Realized

Eugene Skate Park Realized

Well, almost. But yes, it’s really happening! After a decade of politicking and fundraising, Eugene will have its own world-class skate park. When complete, it will be the largest covered and lighted skate park in the country. The park’s home, a historically underutilized and underappreciated location beneath the Washington and Jefferson Street overpass, used to […]

Salem Cafe Yumm! opens

To commemorate Cafe Yumm! Salem’s opening, here are a few glances at the design process from October/November 2013. Like all sketches, things changed a lot from these first ideas. These digital model shots are unrevised. Notably, the nook bench seating and branding panels shown here were dropped from the final installation. The branding panel, shown […]

An Exciting Location

The foundation forms are up at the corner of 18th St and University, within sight of Hayward Field and Old Mac Court on the edge of campus. A great location always helps an illustration shine.

Mixed-use in Alameda

This is a building collaboration with architect and friend Daniel Hoy. Our illustrations have generated some buzz for this project, which we hope will become a reality in Alameda.

H Boutique Grand Opening

On Wednesday night, the H Boutique held a gala grand opening for their new concept jewelry store located inside The Inn at the 5th in Eugene. We assembled a great team for this one. It’s a pleasure to work with such a talented group of creative people, from initial concept to finished store. Enjoy the […]

Tokyo Exhibit

About the award: This concept for a children’s museum won an Award of Excellence from ASAI in the Sketch Category.  It was one of approximately sixty pieces chosen from a field of over four hundred international entries to be included in a traveling exhibit of outstanding architectural illustration.  The show opened at Pola Museum Ginza, […]