Concrete Pig on WCCO by Keith Wyman

Local news station WCCO paid a visit to the pig pen. Just in time to talk about what's next now that we've officially gone full time with Concrete Pig. Thank you Ali for dropping by the shop to chat! 

Check out our interview here:

Mpls St Paul Magazine | 2015 Home & Design Honors by Keith Wyman


Truly fortunate to be included in this year's Mpls St Paul Magazine's Design 100 feature.

Just.......  Incredible. What an honor!

This photo taken by the incomparable Eliesa Johnson @eliesajohnson for @mspmag

Check out their top people, places and products for 2015 that was featured in their November issue, here:

Also got a great shout for our Brute Dog Stand, featured as well!

Midwest Home Magazine: Best Twin Cities Shops, Makers & More by Josef Harris

we're so excited to have been name Midwest Home's best furniture concept in the Twin Cities. Read more below:

Established in 2013 by Minneapolis maker Keith Wyman, Concrete Pig has a unique approach to furniture design—combining the clean lines of molded concrete with steel and wood to form modern, functional, and one-of-a-kind furniture designs. Case in point: Its Harlan modular side tables can be flipped on their sides or pushed together to form a coffee table. Industrial and rugged in material yet stoic and elegant in form, these statement-making pieces are right at home in either a North Loop loft or a Minnetonka bungalow.

design milk: a visit to forage modern workshop by Josef Harris

Photo by Wing Ta for Design Milk

Photo by Wing Ta for Design Milk

you pick up that magazine or read that blog and you see the best the design world has to offer... designers. furniture. fixtures.

it's fun perusing the latest technology, design trends and names in the business. easy to get infatuated with an idea of some day being featured in a Dwell magazine, or Design Milk article. something to aspire to.

WELL... forage modern workshop, a local store on the cutting edge of everything, and whom I have been incredibly lucky to have been working with for nearly 2 years already, just got an amazing write up on Design Milk. A beautiful article featuring their store and their movement--a virtual tour of their space.

forage was kind enough to name drop too. feeling very grateful to be a part of it all and to have been included in such a write up:

you should continue to expect big things from forage modern workshop. makes me want to continue to push the envelope, to evolve, to make new and interesting objects. and I will.