We’re certain we can all agree that this summer has been quite interesting compared to any other summer in history. What have we learned? Well, we’ve discovered that wearing a mask and trying to sip your coffee is next to impossible, that our phones no longer recognize our faces, and that wearing glasses and a […]

We’re certain we can all agree that this summer has been quite interesting compared to any other summer in history. What have we learned? Well, we’ve discovered that wearing a mask and trying to sip your coffee is next to impossible, that our phones no longer recognize our faces, and that wearing glasses and a mask is next to impossible (unless you enjoy viewing the world through a foggy set of lenses). Here’s to enjoying the last few weeks of summer!

It’s Pride 2020! Vancouver typically hosts a world-famous Pride Parade, but this year celebrations are going online (that’s why we made this adorable 8-bit style balloon). No matter where you are or how you celebrate Pride this year, remember it’s all about strength, inclusivity, resilience and activism. Have a blast Vancouver!

It’s Pride 2020! Vancouver typically hosts a world-famous Pride Parade, but this year celebrations are going online (that’s why we made this adorable 8-bit style balloon). No matter where you are or how you celebrate Pride this year, remember it’s all about strength, inclusivity, resilience and activism. Have a blast Vancouver!

What makes a conversation great? Clear and effective communication. Graphic design is ultimately a work of art functioning as a communication tool and we think that’s amazing. As designers, we love to explore all the various ways humans communicate, from sign language to iconography and everything in-between!

What makes a conversation great? Clear and effective communication. Graphic design is ultimately a work of art functioning as a communication tool and we think that’s amazing. As designers, we love to explore all the various ways humans communicate, from sign language to iconography and everything in-between!

Back in the early 2010s, Sheldon Stenning used to spend a lot of time playing in rock bands and was heavily involved in the local music scene here in Vancouver. Silverstein and The Wonder Years is one of his favourite posters, having had the privilege of both designing the poster and playing the show. These […]

Back in the early 2010s, Sheldon Stenning used to spend a lot of time playing in rock bands and was heavily involved in the local music scene here in Vancouver. Silverstein and The Wonder Years is one of his favourite posters, having had the privilege of both designing the poster and playing the show. These days he still makes music but is certainly much more preoccupied with the design world!

Every once and a while we like to give back to our community by donating our creative skills to a good cause. So we recently spent some time working with Kitsilano Neighbourhood House to refresh and modernize their 12-year old brand. If you don’t know about Kits House, they have been serving the Westend community […]

Every once and a while we like to give back to our community by donating our creative skills to a good cause. So we recently spent some time working with Kitsilano Neighbourhood House to refresh and modernize their 12-year old brand. If you don’t know about Kits House, they have been serving the Westend community of Vancouver with wonderful programming for people of all ages since 1894! Learn more about Kits House click here.

Happy Canada Day to everyone! We could tell you some fun facts about the history of Canada, but this year we’re going to keep it short and sweet. Beyond being a diverse, welcoming country, we produce a whopping 85% of the world’s maple syrup (with 91% of it being harvested in Quebec). Now, if that […]

Happy Canada Day to everyone! We could tell you some fun facts about the history of Canada, but this year we’re going to keep it short and sweet. Beyond being a diverse, welcoming country, we produce a whopping 85% of the world’s maple syrup (with 91% of it being harvested in Quebec). Now, if that doesn’t make you proud to be Canadian we aren’t sure what will! How will you and yours celebrate Canada this year?