Category Archives: Murals

Pinch me. ‘Pinch Me If You Can’ is finally done!

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We can’t believe we finally wrapped up our biggest hand painted mural project to date. 100′ x 19′! Pinch Me If You Can was commissioned by the False Creek Fishing Authority to help celebrate and kick off this year’s Spot Prawn Festival. We honestly wouldn’t have been able to pull this off if it wasn’t for the fearless helpers we had.

We’d like to take this opportunity to give a huge shout out to the following people, Kenji, founder and creative director at Gamomo Creative lab, Efrain Perez, Aiken Lao, Shay Klassens, VNSTNO, Alex Beim, Hubert Kang, Annie Chen, Pierre Dalphond and everyone at the False Creek Fishing Authority who always greeted us with smiles and kindesss. Also a big shout out to Stu Ross who made this whole project happen!

We’ll have a time-lapse video available soon as we’re working around the clock to finish other mega projects we are currently working on! Read More »

We’re doing a new mural for the Spot Prawn Festival 2018!

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We’re stoked to be invited to paint our biggest mural yet for the Spot Prawn Fest by False Creek’s Fishermens Wharf by 1505 West 1st, Vancouver right by Go Fish. We’ve teamed up with the super talented art director and designer, Stu Ross.
Come see us paint this giant octopus measuring approximately 100′ x 19′. We’ll be prepping tonight with the amazing help from Kenji Rodriguez from Gamomo Creative Labs and our amazing intern extraordinaire, Aiken Lao. We’ll be painting from Friday to Saturday and then a little bit on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Come by to say hi!

The Bro’Kin Yolk’s new mural in Calgary.

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New mural work for the good folks at Bro’Kin Yolk in Calgary. If you’re in town, you’ll need to head over to their grand opening tomorrow! TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 2018 from 7:30AM-3PM! Address: 1410 7 Mahogany Plaza SE Phone: (403) 457-5955

Powershifter agency mural Installation progress photos

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This past weekend we were able to check out the installation of our mural work at the brand new Powershifter agency office in Mount Pleasant (some call it Mount Pixel). It was so fun seeing our larger than life mural pieces get installed in the beautiful space, designed by Leckie Studio – Architecture and design Inc. We’ll be sure to post more photos once it’s all the pieces are installed. Read More »

New mural work for CMPNY in Coquitlam.

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Here are 2 of the 3 completed murals we hand painted in Coquitlam. The third one is in the works and we plan to finish it later this month. CMPNY is a coworking space built by BOSA properties. With CMPNY coworking spaces in both Burnaby and Coquitlam, and Vancouver being the next, we’re super stoked to be part of this cool coworking space concept.

VEGA’s HQ mural process video.

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VEGA HQ Mural process video from Chairman Ting on Vimeo.

A short little video showing the process of illustrating VEGA’s HQ mural.

New mural project for Vega’s new HQ expansion in Burnaby.

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It’s been a busy month! Super pumped to be creating a massive feature mural for the Vega HQ office expansion in Burnaby, British Columbia. Big thanks to my 2 year old daughter, Audrey for clicking the remote on command while I manual focussed the camera and my wife Denise held the prop. Now, that’s what I call a true family business.

And of course, big props to my little Kidrobot Dunny Tings for being such amazing models.