Alright, so we've been a little busy. A long winter of steady orders eased into a long spring of steady orders. And now, just as we were getting ready to stumble into a leisurely summer kicking back poolside at Camp Tillman, more orders. Sure, the adults among us are thrilled that our business has become bona fide, that the thing seems to be working, for real. But seriously, the adults among us are a bunch of kill-joy douches. They expect us to stay focused and on task. Even if we've made the thing a hundred times. Even on a Saturday. Even in May in Denver (which has been crushingly lovely, by the way). Enough already. It's time to make something new. Thankfully, we've got a good reason (beyond creeping boredom) to make it—a show at the DAM. Specifically, we've got a third of Design Lab: Three Studios, pulled together by curator Darrin Alfred and set to run in the Martin and McCormick Gallery on level two of the Hamilton Building (that thing in the photo above) from July 27 through September 2, 2012. The other two studios in the show are MATTER and tres birds workshop—worth the price of admission all by themselves. In case you just can't wait, we'll be filling up the Sandwiches section of the site with show teasers and miscellany over the coming months.