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SVS Inc.'s video production team unleashes their media prowess to shoot professional music videos, commercials, corporate videos, and virtually any type of moving image. They’ve shot and edited video for the likes of Ballet Idaho and RAWArtists Boise, orchestrating a fashion flash mob spectacle with a phalanx of models. When not capturing video for future music and fashion stars, SVS Inc. works with families to create video greeting cards, which they can upload directly to Youtube or a compatible family member's brain.
6051 Corporal St.
Boise,
ID
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At Knockout Body Boot Camps, former Boise State University football player Brett Denton doles out a special blend of fitness coaching, nutritional counseling, and warm encouragement to help men and women of all fitness levels scale the health mountain. Before commencing your month of hard-core conditioning, schedule a one-on-one consultation, during which he or one of his fleet of trainers will assess your current skill set and propose effective ways for you to turn it into a more sculpted skill set that looks good in a crop top. Challenging boot-camp sessions melt flab by utilizing resistance training to zap calories, tone muscles, and boost confidence. The 30-minute sessions are held indoors and outdoors in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings Monday through Friday; check Knockout's website for updates on camp locations.
6205 W Overland Rd
Boise,
ID
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Up in Pieces prints custom jigsaw puzzles in various shapes and designs, using your personal photos and water-resistant UltraChrome inks, which are said to last 80 years before fading. Puzzle purchasers can tinker with a slew of options on the shop’s website to create custom puzzles ($20 base price for an 8”x10” puzzle) or choose from four unique puzzle-piece styles, with the option to add novelty pieces ($5 each) cut to look like butterflies, words, or famous Lithuanian diplomats. Predesigned cuts allow customers to decorate an 8”x10” cake-shaped puzzle ($25) or beautify an 8”x10” heart-shaped puzzle ($25) with the countenance of a loved one. In addition, an in-house graphic designer oversees every Up in Pieces puzzle order to ensure clients’ photos remain vibrant and are never stretched or skewed.
2012 S Curtis Cir
Boise,
ID
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"We ponder. We innovate. We design. We amaze." This is how the artists at Boise Creative Center describe their day-to-day on their website, and visitors to their business can attest to the claim. The center has three main functions: first, it's a place for art lessons, where formal classes give students the medium-specific skills they need to make masterpieces. Second, it's a casual, BYOB painting center, with evening sessions that are just as focused on burgeoning friendships and big laughs as they are on brushstrokes. Finally, the Center is a collective of artists who do original work on commission, decorating homes and businesses in their community with beautiful murals designed to order.
1204 West Front Street
Boise,
ID
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Get your page-turning finger licked and ready for an editorial exploration of Idaho's history, landscape, architecture, geology, outdoor recreation, and more. Created by and for Idahoans, Idaho magazine shares the stories of the state one month at a time. June's issue featured the first installment of a thoughtful two-part recollection of late wordsmith and conservationist Ted Trueblood, an excerpt from F. Willard Robinson's book Hit the Silk!: How a Boise Native Helped to Save George Bush, Sr., In World War II, and lots of handsome high-end ink. Check the archive to see more past stories.
1412 W Idaho St
Boise,
ID
US
In 1975, photographers Kristen Cole and David Marr founded their eponymous workshops in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, with only a darkroom, some developing equipment, and a classroom that could barely hold five students and a small grizzly bear. After 20 years of educating New Englanders, the talented duo relocated its expanding school to Boise to impart the duo's commercial and artistic expertise to students in the Treasure Valley. Cole/Marr Photography Workshops now illuminates the art of image capture in Boise's renovated Cultural Center, which houses the school's three darkrooms, studio and framing areas, digital workstations, and a photo library. Open to new framers and advanced snappers alike, the workshops' curriculums span fundamentals of both traditional and digital photography, with seminars on topics such as the darkroom process, Photoshop editing, and portraiture. Pupil and instructor galleries inspire with beautiful shots, many taken during photo safaris led by Cole and Marr to destinations as diverse as the contents of a communal diary.
404 S 8th St.
Boise,
ID
US
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