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Video: Bringing the Canada Mural to life.

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A month ago, we had the honour to paint the Canadian maple leaf at the beautifully situated Canada Place venue in downtown Vancouver. Read More »

Canada Mural for Canada Day. Thanks for everyone’s support.

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Photo by Maurice Li Photography

And it’s done! Thanks to all our friends and supporters for your love. We couldn’t have pulled this ambitious project (super tight deadline!) without all of you. We’d like to give big thanks to our awesome client, The Canadian Tourism Commission , the amazing people at DDB Canada, and the fine and friendly staff at Canada Place for making this mural such a big success.

Also big shout outs to our awesome photographer team Sophia Tong and Edwin Cheng of Osler Zoo Photography for capturing every moment during that day. Big hugs and special thanks to Tom Pettapiece and Scorpio Lam for helping out. We couldn’t have done it without all of you coming down to either help, cheer or just sending us good thoughts!

We’re working hard to put together a video to summarize the entire project but for now check out the shots by Osler Zoo PhotographyRead More »

Proud Canucks. Our little story about Canada for Canada Day.

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Being born, raised and living in Canada my entire life, I can’t imagine living anywhere else. Being a first generation Canadian, my parents first immigrated to Canada in the early 70’s from Hong Kong to start a new life. Like many immigrants, my parents worked hard to bring up both my brother and I in Toronto’s downtown east side in Riverdale. My grandfather, who stayed in Hong Kong, named me 加 生 which literally means born in Canada because he was so proud to have had his first grandson born in Canada. My name Carson, although sounding very English, was actually a happy coincidence since it was just a phonetic translation from my Chinese name, pronounced as Gasun, similar to the sound of my name Carson. Read More »