It was great working with the wild animals at Wildfang! Go visit their new flagship store and check out Spencer Staley's cnc milled plywood tiles that The Good Mod produced on the back wall.
Photographs by Retail Design Blog.
Check out some of the awesome press Wildfang and the shop have been getting here and here. And check out the store at 1230 SE Grand Ave in Portland! It's filled with awesome work from other Portlanders like Eric Trine and Mark Searcy.
Please join us on August 1st to enjoy a musical & visual performance taking place in The Good Mod freight elevator on NW 13th between Burnside and Couch.
Starting around 7:30pm.
Analog & Digital music + Geometry Synthesis Video Projection
Presented by THE GOOD MOD
Super Mega Garage Sale July 13 14
Don't miss out on our huge one-weekend-only sale of super cool stuff! We'll be in The Good Mod Annex (the freight elevator) on 13th St between Burnside and Couch THIS WEEKEND with huge discounts on all kinds of rad decor for your home or office. There might even be some treats.
Planetary Sculpture Supper Club, July 13th
We're super excited to host our first dinner club event here at the Good Mod on July 13th!
The Planetary Sculpture Supper Club
The Center for Genomic Gastronomy and Heather Julius of the Special Snowflake studio invite you to a 6-course experimental supper club for Portland's beta-tasters, gastronauts & adventurous eaters.
The Planetary Sculpture Supper Club is an evening of art, research, food and stories that connect human food systems to the changing biosphere of planet Earth. The upcoming supper club event is scheduled for July 13th at 7pm, hosted at the Good Mod: 1313 W Burnside St, Portland, OR 97209. Tickets are available for $75.00 per diner, with drink pairings included.
Since 2011, the Planetary Sculpture Supper Club has been held in Europe, the U.S. and Asia. At each dinner food and storytelling are used to:
* map food controversies
* prototype alternative culinary futures
* and imagine a more just, biodiverse & beautiful food system.
On July 13th, the Planetary Sculpture Supper Club will dish out unusual cuisines and exciting conversations around topics such as the de-extinction debate, GMO wheat in Oregon's fields and a national dish for Cascadia.
The Center For Genomic Gastronomy: firstname.lastname@example.org