A new illustration called Loopity Loop, inspired by late-night walks through the city.

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Excited to share a new and fun illustration commissioned by Kiaro. Really honoured to be part of their launch and story. A few behind the scenes shots by the talented Albert Law at our studio in Westend of Vancouver.

Title: Loopity Loop

Inspired by late-night walks through downtown Vancouver, Carson celebrates the freedom of stepping outside the analytical mind to find answers in the humour and beauty of your surroundings.

“We all have a tendacy to overthink things, but nothing happens until you set things in motion.”

Animated gif by Aiken Lao.

Whether it’s procrastinating during the creative process, worrying about a complex project at work, or mulling over a big decision, we all have moments in life when we get stuck in a cycle of over-analysis. Woven through the surreal mix of shoes, stairways and lightning bolts, Carson’s piece suggests a simple solution to this problem; let your mind wander. For Carson, this can be exploring the city and finding inspiration in the sights and sounds of his surroundings or escaping an analytical mindset by simply sitting down and getting started. The answers are there, you just need to give yourself the space and freedom to find them.

The rough pencil sketch that was presented to the client prior to final art.
An earlier version without the constraints of the shape of the letter K.
Behind the scenes shot by Albert Law at our studio in the westend of Vancouver.
Behind the scenes shot by Albert Law at our studio in the westend of Vancouver.
Behind the scenes shot by Albert Law at our studio in the westend of Vancouver.