Once in a great while we and our clients are so in tune that we think of the same idea at the same time — independently of each other. Such was the case this week, when our friends in Eau Claire emailed us snapshots of some fish graphics they found in a Minnesota tourism brochure that they were considering turning into wallpaper. It just so happened that Kurt had pulled out the same brochure only a day before, thinking it would pique our clients’ interest. It turns out that the brochure in question was published in 1955 by the Department of Business Development’s Publicity Division. Kurt can’t recall where he picked it up — but it’s been in the office for years, waiting to serve a purpose.

We know it’s cliche, but we have to say it: “great minds think alike” from your friends at Shelter

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