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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.

Featured in Applied Art’s Creative Futures ‘Career in The Visual Arts’ magazine.

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Happy to have our studio featured on Applied Arts latest issue of Creative Futures ‘Careers in the Visual Arts’. It’s my subtle way of giving back to the creative community. I’ve always been so grateful for all the advice and mentorship I got from all the amazing people in my life especially from my mentor Glen Hunt. He used to pull up a chair to my desk after work and would coach me on what my strengths and weaknesses are and what I should be focussing on.

Over 14 years ago, I worked for Glen at Dentsu BOS Canada as an art director working on brands like Lexus, Toyota trucks, Canon, Vespa and more in Toronto. During that time I learned so much from him within just 2 short years and I feel like I have this duty to help inspire and mentor the next generation of creatives.

So it’s no surprise that I am very excited to have Emily Rose intern with us at the studio through Capilano University’s practicum program. Emily will be our 4th intern since 2015 where she will be helping us on a new mural project in a few weeks and officially start her practicum with us in Feb of 2019.

Earlier this year we signed on Aiken Lao and little did we know that she turned out to be one of the best decisions we made this year at the studio. Aiken went from intern to a full-time contractor within less than a year and next month she will officially move up to her new title Studio Manager. Her role will be managing all projects coming in for us, Hubert Kang Photography and Annie Chen at Lemoni. We’ll be doing a special interview feature on this blog about Aiken soon. Stay tuned! Exciting times ahead.

Fixie Window Display by Chairman Ting x Tangible Interaction

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This simple video projection window display installation was a collaborative art project between Chairman Ting and Tangible Interaction in Vancouver, Canada.

The installation piece was created for only one night during the popular fireworks event to help maximize impact and generate awareness for Single Bicycles, a quality bicycle brand situated in downtown Vancouver on Robson Street.

From concept to production, this art installation took over a month to prepare, execute and test. The custom music track was composed and produced by Tom Pettapiece.

@Invoke Wall Mural

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A commissioned wall mural by Invoke Media, Vancouver, the founders of HootSuite. This was another collaboration between Mike Nowland of Company Policy and Carson Ting of Chairman Ting. Produced by Leanna Wilson and original music by Tom Pettapiece. More behind the scenes photos is up via Flickr. The project was loads of fun as usual. It was a good solid 15 hour work day. And again, we tripped out on Mike’s paint fumes. Awesomeness.