Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Our veterans

No matter your stance on the war, as an American, it's hard to deny it takes a lot of a person to serve in our military. So, to all the veterans out there, I, along with everyone else at Apply Stuff, honor you and your time spent serving our country.


Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Seriously, it's almost done.

I know I've said it before, but our website is just about ready for launch. Here is a screen shot to prove it:

It should be live and running tonight or tomorrow. (I'm excited).


Monday, November 2, 2009

You'll never have to flush these guys

You can go on vacation without worrying about these fish.

You get a few sheets with all the different aquarium parts--sea weed, fish, and bubbles. Since you lay it out yourself, your sea wall will be unique.

All together, it will take up about 4 ft. x 4 ft. but you can spread it out or compact it as much as you need.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Something to hold you over

We have been working hard to get our new website up, and we are still making some tweaks, but until it's done, here is some new stuff everyone has been working on:

This stylish lamp is from Allen Haselrig.

Kites from Kelli Townsend.

These trees are from Andy Scott.

Friday, October 9, 2009


After all the trouble we have been having, a functioning website should be up next week! This means that everyone outside the three rivers will be able to safely buy our awesome wall graphics from the comfort of your homes.

Just a few more days.....

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Introduction: Keith McCafferty

Keith is the newest addition to our designers. He is another Pittsburgh local with a pretty cool style. We hope to be bringing you a lot of stuff by Keith in the future. For now, check out this robot...
(This isn't Keith. This is Allen doing his best impression of a robot.)

It is about 4 feet tall, and with his arms out, he is just a tad over 4 feet wide. It is broken up into segments, so you can position him however you want (or however the robots demand you to...).

Monday, October 5, 2009

You don't have to be a sailor

Sailors used to get a sparrow tattoo for every 5,000 nautical miles of travel--it was seen as good luck. I don't know many sailors these days, so these sparrows may be able to bring luck to anyone (don't take my word on that, I have pretty poor luck).

With a 24" wingspan, they add bit of character to any space. You get two, one faces right, and one left, so they fill up a wall pretty nice.

They are called "Chippings" and come in yellow, turquoise, and (of course) black.