Every Memorial Day weekend the Intervals team likes to take a break from the digital realm of computers and code. For three days we go analog, drawing on the ground with chalk. We have been participating in the annual I Madonnari Italian Street Painting Festival in Santa Barbara, California, for over fifteen years. This year’s rendition is from the September 1929 cover of Popular Science magazine, an […]
The Intervals team have always been artists at heart. Every Memorial Day weekend we like to take a break from pushing pixels and cranking out code to get our hands dirty while drawing on the ground with chalk. We have been participating in the annual I Madonnari Italian Street Painting Festival in Santa Barbara, California, for over fourteen years. This […]
The Intervals Web design and development team likes to do more than just tweak pixels and grind out code. We love us our extra curriculars, especially when we can venture out into our community sharing our love of tech and the arts. Our company, Pelago, has had the privilege of participating in the annual I Madonnari […]
This year’s 8'x8' square at the Santa Barbara I Madonnari Italian Street Painting Festival, sponsored by Pelago, paid tribute to Charles Sheeler. Our rendering of Classic Landscape, 1931, was chalked by myself, Thomas Hashberger and Lloyd Johnsen. The chalk drawing will be on display at the Santa Barbara Mission for the next few weeks, so […]
For this year’s I Madonnari Festival at the Santa Barbara Mission Pelago sponsored an 8’x8′ square. We’d like to extend our thanks to Thomas and Lloyd for filling in as artists, and for executing a brilliant rendition of The Floor Scrapers by Gustave Caillebotte. The chalk drawing will be on display at the mission for […]
Pelago and its employees have been participating in Santa Barbara’s I Madonnari Street Painting Festival for the last ten years as artists and sponsors. Here are some pictures from this year’s drawing, based on a vintage cycling poster from the early 1900s. Thanks to Dale Weber for the photos. Click each photo to view larger.