YOU GOT THIS: Amberella

May 21, 2018 | posted by kyle

we're excited to announce the return of our original, iconic stir-fry container — available now at all locations!

when brainstorming the return of the stir-fry box, we wanted to elevate it beyond just a container for our stir-fry. We wanted the box to, in some way, represent the creative elements + artistic pairing of flavors you'll find inside once you open it up while sending a motivational, empowering message. Hence, for the first time ever, our collaborative artist series was born!

visual thinking: Dutchess + the Queen

Dec 15, 2017 | posted by kyle

minigrow is an experience—from the food, to the team, to the energy of the space, we want each visit to our minigrow locations to feel (+ taste) unlike anything New York has ever experienced before. To further elevate this experience, we wanted to feature artists who push boundaries + challenge the viewer with intricate, colorful + playful imagery.

full disclosure: NDA Street Art

Jul 10, 2017 | posted by kyle

upon entering our Fishtown HQ, you'll be greeted by two vibrant murals created by Philly-based contemporary artist, NDA. As longtime fans of NDA's work in Philly + beyond, we approached him for these internal pieces because we felt he could deliver thought-provoking, unique artwork which would help continually inspire the creativity which we, as a company, thrive on. The murals, complete with his signature silhouettes, impossible objects + abstract designs, delivered just that.

urban geometry: Rubin415

Apr 6, 2017 | posted by kyle

New York has no shortage of artists, which made choosing just one featured artist for our new Brooklyn location almost impossible. . . so we chose two! Complimenting the beautiful architectural design by our friend Jennifer Carpenter, sits a breathtaking mural by reknowned artist Rubin415, accompanying several photos from Joseph Michael Lopez (editor's note: blog coming soon!).

screen time: JD Deardourff

Feb 13, 2017 | posted by kyle

each of our locations feature a different artist local to the area—it's our way of further connecting with the community + reflecting its importance in honeygrow's story. Our Chinatown DC location is the first to feature a bright, sprawling mural running the length of one of our walls.

love in art: Michael Owen

Dec 21, 2016 | posted by kyle

through an ever-increasing presence of public, street and community art, Baltimore is redefining + improving upon its perception + reputation, further reinforcing it as a city built on love + community. One of the key figures in this art movement is Michael Owen, creator of the renowned Baltimore Love Project.

local inspiration from artist Nosego

Dec 28, 2015 | posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Yis Goodwin, aka Nosego, is a Philadelphia-born mixed media artist + illustrator whose work is known for being layered and energetic. Using vibrant colors, characters and his surrounding environment, he creates expressive designs that are reflective of his childhood. While being known for his paintings on the Philadelphia streets, he has also collaborated with many artists and companies from LA to the UK. He joined us for a one-on-one about his work and what the future holds.

behind the Open Source for Mural Arts project

Sep 28, 2015 | posted by Jen

If you've been catching up with your street art you've probably come across RJ Rushmore's blog Vandalog. He sat down with us to give us an inside look at his day job at the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program as the social media / marketing manager, where lately he's been working on their upcoming public art exhibition Open Source.

hg: is your hometown Chicago where you and your father started seeking out street art?