With our latest front panel, Designer Jade Cole encourages us to reach higher, “with a nod to the recent super moon.”
And below, the new panel in its natural habitat...
Of our new front panel, Senior Designer Riva Powers writes, “This concept celebrates apple picking season with a nod to vintage illustration and graphic styles and a wink to Chase’s history, with the line ‘For Over 50 Years.’ Any chance to break out the watercolors is welcome – both the apples and type are hand painted. I am also very inspired by vintage typography so I was glad to be able to incorporate that into the design as well.”
Early Saturday morning, September 24th, Senior Model Maker Tanner Gjersvig had just two peaks to go – Esther and Whiteface – to become an Adirondack 46er.
Chris, Peter, Andy, Tanner and Jon on the summit of Esther Mountain
Senior Design Director Bill Finch contributes our latest front panel, and notes, "As a dad of five children, summer has always meant early morning soccer fields… watching the kids go from a 'swarm' mentality' to actual soccer skills! I chose that theme as my summer window motif. I like flat, intense swatches of color, and wanted an almost silk-screened look to this art, even purposefully out-of-register to achieve a spontaneous feel. The squiggle lines are my favorite part."
On Saturday, September 10th, Jill Wilson, ChaseDesign’s Cybrarian (who keeps our digital assets neat and tidy), cycled 100 miles through the countryside around Cayuga Lake. The occasion was the AIDS Ride for Life, a fundraiser for Southern Tier AIDS programs which annually brings together hundreds of riders, volunteers and sponsors. In its 15-year history, the Ride has raised more than $3.5 million for HIV/AIDS prevention programs and services.
In early August, the ChaseDesign Adirondack High Peak Hiking Club scaled the heights once again, and two more members drew to within two peaks of becoming official Adirondack 46ers: Jonathan Fitch who has just Colvin and Blake to go, and Tanner Gjersvig, with only Esther and Whiteface remaining.
This week, Chris Andrews, Jon Cammarata, Jonathan Fitch and Tanner Gjersvig challenged the trails of Bear Swamp and emerged triumphant. The evening ride covered 11 miles with 1,100+ feet of elevation gain, and benefited from perfect weather.