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Homosapienese – An illustrated study of humans.

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Homosapienese is an illustrated study of humans that was born from the notion that no matter how different we might think we are from one another, we’re all still just human. It was a fascinating thought to find the visually most interesting cultures and do a mash up.

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Big hugs to everyone that came out to our art show opening.

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Big hugs to everyone (and the peeps that couldn’t make it too of course) that came out to our first Vancouver solo art show opening party at WALRUS on Wednesday. We’re very very grateful for having such an amazing group of friends that came and showed their support for our art. There’s obviously way too many people to individually thank but we’d like to give special shout outs to Edwin Cheng for his amazing event photography work, Sophia Tong for making all the delicious finger foods, Stacy Hall of MAKE for donating quality printed Tshirts for our show, Alex Beim of Tangible Interaction for lending us the light projectors, Caroline and Daniel for their support through giving us their space, organization, wine and cheeses.

We’ll be sure to post photos from the show next week so watch this space!