Monthly Archives: September 2020

Work in progress shots from our Toyota Supra mural in Richmond.

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We wrapped up our mural for OpenRoad Toyota in Richmond a few days ago. It took us 7 solid days to finish. Much longer than we thought due to the scale and complexity of the piece. Big ups to Mark Illing for his strong assist. Here are a few photos I took last week. Final shots of the mural to come soon. Stay tuned for the official launch details.

These shots were all taken on day 4 of production. Timelapse and video to come soon.

Click here for full project showcase.

Day 4 progress
Chalk outline and notes
Water-based spray paint from Montana used for indoors.
Truly odourless but a little too drippy for my liking.
Lots of taping and masking for the sharp lines. I think we used over 8 rolls.
We just almost 2 gallons of red latex paint. Red is not a fun colour to use as it takes many coats for it to be truly opaque and takes a long time for it to dry.
We just almost 2 gallons of red paint from Sherwin Williams.
Early concept drawings

Herschel Re-Sail Wall Organizer and my serious marker addiction.

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I’ve been obsessed with the Herschel Re-Sail program ever since I found out about it and no, this is not a sponsored post. I made a mental note to pick up one of their aprons (I have a thing for aprons) but of course, life happens and I totally forgot about it until a month later, but by the time I tried to grab one online, they were ALL GONE. Desperate to find anything that was left, I found this wall organizer for $59 bones on the Herschel Supply site. I’m now able to organize a tiny portion of my art supplies with this organizer as I have a serious marker and art supply addiction.

Speaking of addiction, I’m now waiting for a new shipment of markers, spray paint nibs and etc from Bombing Science. With all the art supplies I’ve been amassing over the years, I’m really looking forward to our studio meeting this week about renovations. It’s time we find a solution to organize all our art supplies.

Herschel Supply x Vancouver Mural Fest Instagram story feature.

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I am extremely grateful for all the shine I’ve been getting with all the projects I’ve been working on through my studio. Last week Herschel Supply put out a feature for Annie Chen and I through their Instagram stories.

It was a feature talking about our recent collaboration for our studio mural in the Westend (Nelson and Nicola) for this year’s Vancouver Mural Festival.

Our mural titled ‘Westend Bestend’ features everything that defines the Westend. In particular, my mural features Joe Fortes (A prominent figure in the early history of Vancouver, and the city’s first official lifeguard.) heading west towards English Bay and a great blue Heron taking flight while Annie’s mural is made up of beautiful patterns and cute tiny critters. Both murals converge at the tip of Nelson and Nicola with a two-faced raccoon which you’ll need to see in person for the full effect.

Big thanks to the Herschel Supply team for coming out to document our work and for the interview. Visit @herschelsupply on Instagram stories to go through our entire interview.

Follow us on our art adventures on Instagram.

Full project link: https://chairmanting.com/westend-bestend-vmf-2020

Photo by Stephen Wilde
Photo by Stephen Wilde
Studio crew. Photo by Stephen Wilde
From left to right: Annie Chen, Hubert Kang, Aiken Lao, Leah Gregg, Mark Illing, Carson Ting.
Studio mural by Annie Chen.
Photo by Hubert Kang Photography
A Father and Daughter moment.
Photo by Hubert Kang Photography.

Snoop Dogg x 19 Crimes Canadian launch. The BTS video shot and directed by Hubert Kang.

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Celebrating redemption with 19 Crimes Cali Red with a larger-than-life Snoop Dogg art installation.

We were hand picked by Ashley McKenzie Barnes, an accomplished art curator from Toronto in conjunction with CRAFT, the PR agency to do the Canadian launch in Vancouver for Snoop Dogg’s Cali Red wine by 19 Crimes.

We presented 5 concepts to the client and this ‘Larger Than Life’ art sculpture was selected for the launch. Within less than a few days after presenting our concept we assembled a world class team to bring our creative vision to life.

The initial 3D rendering was done by hand with pencil and paper due to our limited access to Snoop Dogg himself. The artwork on Snoop Dogg’s Larger-than-life sculpture was done freestyle and illustrated freehand on location by Carson Ting using a brush and Montana street inks for longevity and durability.

Full project link https://chairmanting.com/snoopdogg19crimes

FULL CREDITS

Thank you to all of the collaborators and creative partners who helped bring the larger-than-life Snoop Dogg concept to life! Huge shout out to our team here:

Art and Design Chairman Ting

Project Managed Aiken Lao

Social Strategy Leah Gregg

Video production Kindred and Scout

Director and DP Hubert Kang

Producer Amy Jones

Editor Mike Southworth & Raffy Espiritu

Sound Mix & Master Mike Southworth

Music Paul Chin & Mike Southworth

3D Rendering Gamomo Creative Lab

3D Sculpture 3D Custom Foam

Platform Design Willow & Stump

Location Tangible Interaction Studio

Special thanks to curator Ashley McKenzie Barnes and CRAFT PR for bringing us in on this project.


19 Crimes x Snoop Dogg x Chairman Ting, partners in crime.

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Coming soon! Our studio’s collab with @19Crimes for the launch of Cali Red wine, in partnership with @SnoopDogg drops tomorrow. Peep that drip!

Shot by Hubert Kang and directed by Hubert Kang from Kindred and Scout.