Curiosity, Movement and Gathering—Fig Spring Issues

by Rebecca Fowler

Here’s a look at the Fig Spring 2016 issues from Lancaster, Bethlehem, Kennett Square, West Chester and Columbia, South Carolina.

FB Spring 2016 CoverFig Bethlehem—The Curiosity Issue
The warmer weather brings with it a feeling of freedom to explore. Be curious in your own town—it’s time to try new things, visit new places, expand horizons.

The cover uses antique German books from Brownstone Design. Texture, mystery, and discovery are conveyed through these found objects and a moody color palette.


Fig West Chester Spring 2016Fig West Chester—The Education Issue
“Education is vast and the way we learn is different but always vital,” said the Director of Fig West Chester. In the spring issue, explore the ways education, information, and a lot of heart play a big role in West Chester.

The cover features a microscope that was owned by Benjamin Franklin and is on display at the West Chester Historical Society.


Fig Lancaster Spring 2016Fig Lancaster—A Very Social City
Inside the pages of the spring issue, you will find everything you need to throw a great party or host a gathering. Plus, this issue showcases brilliant collaborative spaces in the City—people and places that make it easier to work together and share ideas.

The cover incorporates spring pastels —blue-green, pink, dove gray, gold, and metallic copper—feeling fresh and elegant.


Fig Columbia Spring 2016Fig Columbia—The Hospitality Issue
The South is famous for its hospitality. Inside this issue, find everything you need to make your guests, or yourself, feel right at home. Shop local this spring.

On the cover, mid-century kitsch meets traditional southern hospitality. We commissioned a jello mold and dressed some beautiful local models in retro attire.


Fig Kennett Spring 2016Fig Kennett: Gear Up and Get Moving

This issue is a tribute to the outdoors and pastoral culture of the area surrounding Kennett Square.

The cover features steeplechase jockey Annie Yeager to celebrate what it means to get out and get moving—as it relates to Kennett Square.

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