• PechaKucha Vol. 15 and Afterparty at the Vancouver Art Gallery

    PechaKucha WE Vancouver
    We’ve been hosting Vancouver’s PechaKucha Nights for three years now and the whole process is finally starting to feel like a well-oiled machine (minus a few remote control difficulties early in the evening that were handled with aplomb).

    We somehow managed to sell every seat in the Vogue Theatre in a matter of days for this last one, which says a lot about Vancouver’s interest in good ideas and culture. It didn’t hurt that all attendees got into an exclusive Vancouver Art Gallery after-event with DJs, drinks and access to the Ken Lum and WE: Vancouver exhibitions.

    The next PechaKucha night will be on April 28 and tickets are already on sale (and going fast). For tickets, please visit, the Vogue Theatre and for more info the PechaKucha Night Vancouver website

  • West Vancouver Museum Brochure

    West Vancouver Museum brochure

    We were very happy to create a brochure for West Vancouver Museum to visually communicate the many things that it does to educate people about art, history, architecture and culture.

    With its varied gallery, annual west coast modern home tour and architectural and art classes for elementary and secondary school students, it’s not a surprise that it won a community award from the BC chapter of Architecture Canada.

    We are also thrilled about our upcoming PechaKucha Night in June in partnership with the Museum centered around the theme of West Coast Modernism.

    For more about the Museum of West Vancouver, please visit

  • Jacqueline Conoir Fall/Winter 2011 Fashion Show

    Jaqueline Conoir lookbook

    Our recent rebranding of Jacqueline Conoir to reflect its modern and confident Spring/Summer 2011 collection and to celebrate its 25th anniversary was just the start of our work as brand stewards for this leading Vancouver fashion house.

    Stay tuned for a big announcement at Jacqueline Conoir’s Fall/Winter 2011 fashion show on March 29th at the Ferrari Maserati of Vancouver Showroom. Visit for more information.

  • The Rebrand of Modo – the Car Co-op

    Modo - The Car Co-op
    Formerly known as the Co-operative Auto Network among many other things, we were tasked with giving the co-op a fresh face and a brand that lives up to the service they provide.

    The launch of the new brand took place at City Hall on March 11th and mayor Gregor Robertson was there to welcome this Vancouver institution into the spotlight. Check out the new look and how carsharing can improve the way you get around at

  • TownShift – ideas competition for Surrey


    As the final stage in our Townshift initiative for the City of Surrey, we designed this collection of five publications. The sixth book and a commemorative box is currently with the printer and will be ready for distribution in the coming weeks.

    The box set illustrates the two year process that began with an international design competition and has evolved into a city-wide initiative to actively explore, discuss and imagine a better future for Surrey, which will soon be BC’s largest city.

    If you happen to be visiting Mayor Dianne Watts anytime soon, please ask her for a set. If you’re nice, she might just give you one.