My friend Celeste Prevost uprooted a while back and moved to San Francisco. It was a sad loss for the Denver creative community although she and her hubby occasionally pop back into the scene here in Denver to take part in local design and art shows. Celeste was one of the more talented young designers I had ran into in Denver until she took off on a cross-country try-a-city journey. She was one of my very first MySpace friends back when we still actually used MySpace. She has kept herself busy and held fast to a simple aesthetic building a strikingly simple, colorful and cleanly designed body of work. It appears there have been a few updates as of late and it’s worth dropping in on her site to see what she’s been up to.
Notes On Design has posted an interview with one-time-Denverite and personal friend Celeste Prevost. I think Celeste was my first MySpace friend back when people still actually used MySpace. Celeste recently relaunched her personal portfolio site where she labors under the name Design Is Fine. It most certainly is under hand as well. She was by far one of the most talented young designers I had ever met in Denver and had an unbridled passion for art and design that was genuinely infectious. When she left for greener (or snowier) pastures in Minneapolis, her absence was mourned by the local creative community.
She is married to another talented Denver-expat Rob Angermuller who works under the name Lifter Baron. Rob is a fantastic talent as well. Congratulations on the recent projects Celeste. I miss you both.