Spaces & Places: A Look Inside Minneapolis' Creative Scene
Full of vibrant energy, the city of Minneapolis is bursting with color and inspirational design features. As you travel through the city—likely by bike—the spirit of the city’s culturally diverse population emanates from its wide variety of retail spaces, restaurants, and public parks.
We recently rounded up some of our favorite Minneapolis art spots and local artists, some of whom use Squarespace to showcase their creativity.
An art collective specializing in large-scale art installations and murals, iMPuLSe Creative is always looking to test the boundaries of their craft by experimenting with new mediums and styles. Known for their incredible chalk murals, the work of this talented trio graces a number of local establishments you’re sure to experience when you explore the Twin Cities.
Known for its diverse and multidisciplinary approach to creative expression, the Walker Art Center is a catalyst for the creative expression of artists. Exhibits focus on the visual, performing, and media arts of the time, and ask us to think about the infinite sources of inspiration in the world around us.
A Minneapolis icon, the whimsical Spoonbridge and Cherry was erected in 1985 by artist Claes Oldenburg and his wife Coosje van Bruggen. It’s a pillar of the Walker Art Center’s Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, the largest urban sculpture park in the world.
An award-winning illustrator and designer, Jason Tuttle received his B.F.A. from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design and spends his days making his city more beautiful through art and branding. He’s been included in group exhibitions all over Minneapolis including at Public Functionary, Light Grey Art Lab, and City Wide Artists, and has an impressive roster of design clients.
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One of Minneapolis’ most vibrant neighborhoods, Lake Street is a hub for countless arts and cultural organizations. From theaters and museums to art galleries and production spaces, art and design are indelibly written on the walls.
With experience working in art galleries and creating exhibitions, Caylon Hackwith brings an artful approach to his photography and videography portfolio. Caylon produces a range of editorial and commercial imagery with a focus on fashion, architecture, and food for his clients, all while maintaining a clear voice of minimalism and simplicity that is truly his.
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