All Hail Taxi
Our offices are located in an old warehouse district of Denver in a live/work community called Taxi. With views of both the Rocky Mountains and downtown, the area—known as the River North Arts District—is on the leading edge of the city’s urban development program.
We’ve always thought a workplace should feel like your home away from home—a place where you can be your most productive and creative self, with the full support of the people around you. The Taxi community is that kind of environment, with artists from web designers to photographers to architects working creatively all under one roof.
Though to us, 34° Crisps is a work of art, only one of us (our Graphic Designer Don Strailey) is actually a professionally trained artist. But the difference in our mediums doesn’t seem to matter. Especially since we care almost as much about the design and functionality of our packaging as we do the quality of the crackers in the box.
It’s a very good thing—coming to work each day feeling inspired, not just by the work we do, but by the other young entrepreneurial companies in Taxi like Creative Instinct, the agency that designed this website, and Fuel Café, where Chef Bob Blair puts our crackers on the menu.
For more information about Taxi and the innovative, sustainable architecture behind its creation, visit: www.taxibyzeppelin.com.