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How To Carry Big Foot Home short animation is going to the Whistler Film Festival!

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Super stoked that our short animation for Chris Tarry’s book “How To Carry Big Foot Home” is going to the Whistler Film Festival this year. Animation by David DeHaas. Writing by Chris Tarry.

Thanks for being part of 2014. What an amazing year.

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2014 is probably one of our best years yet with a new studio space, a new mobile app launch, amazing freelance gigs, amazing new clients and projects. Big thanks to everyone that was part of making 2014 such an awesome year. Cheers to 2014 and we look forward to doing bigger and better projects in 2015.

Chill. I see it funny bunny.

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“Chill, I see it funny bunny” is a new mural right by my studio at 1000 Parker. Thanks to the Beedie Group for having me. Hope you guys can check it out during the Eastside Culture Crawl happening Nov. 20-23. I’ll have some of my personal work up for the crawl as well.
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Large Scale Metal Mural Project for Henriquez Partners Architects

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And finally, here’s our wrap up video for our KGMS Large scale mural project for Henriquez Partners Architects in Vancouver that we finished a few months ago. This was definitely one of the biggest and hardest mural projects we’ve worked on to date but also equally as rewarding. With happy clients and work we’re proud of, we’d love to share the final video here on our site.

We’d also love to give a big shout out to Kenji and Joanna for assisting us for the few days before their trip to Japan, Edwin Cheng and Sophia Tong for priming the panels and Bertrand Joyal for all your advice. This was a commissioned mural project by Henriquez Partners Architects for the Kenneth Gordon Maplewood School in North Vancouver. The project took over 200 hours to finish 15 4′ x 8′ aluminum panels. We used Montana Gold spray paint, 1Shot enamels, DTM primers and paint, KRINK and Molotow markers to create the final artwork all by hand.

Photo credit: Albert Law Photography

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Thank you 2013. You’ve been good to us.

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What a year! 2013 was a very important year for us as this was the year where we truly went independent for the first time since opening our doors as a part time experimental creative workshop back in 2008. Through this little creative indie workshop, we worked hard throughout the night and weekends to try new techniques and refine our craft on very select projects while Carson still worked as an art director during the day. This duo life as an artist at night and art director by day lasted for 4 years until the end of 2012 where we finally made the leap to run our company full time.

This year we travelled far and wide. Shooting our independent documentary in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Montreal, and Hawaii, guest lecturing at the Montserrat College of Art in Boston, Massachusetts, artist signing event at kidrobot in New York, Art show collab party in Toronto, judging the Ad Rodeo in Calgary and working with clients in Seattle, LA and Texas really made this year a special one for us. We’re very grateful for everyone who believed in us and allowed us to really flex our creative muscle, whether it’s a mural, a microsite, animation, illustration, photography, or just a silly doodle, we had a ton of fun.

We hope to continue working on projects we believe in and helping others along the way to build even greater creative work for 2014.

We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all our friends at TAXI Vancouver, Spencer and Bloom, Whole Foods, Microsoft, Hootsuite, DDB Canada, The Canadian Tourism Commission, Kidrobot New York and Boulder, Digital Kitchen Seattle, Creature Seattle, Mini Shatsu LA, Edelman, Goo Media, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Montserrat College of Art, BC Business magazine, 123 West, We The Collective design and our friends Jeff Hamada, Henry Chu, Francis Lam, Clay Rochemont, Ryan Holmes, Patricia Seto, Maggie Cavallo, Eugene Kan, Just Williet, Wu Yue, Andrew Bell, Nathan Jurevicius, and more for helping us out in many different ways or with our independent documentary film this year.

Signing off here in Hong Kong. See you all in 2014!

The Picnic Art Table, a commissioned art project.

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The Picnic Art Table was a commissioned art project by the good folks at We The Collective, a design agency based in Railtown, Vancouver, B.C. The table took roughly 24 hours to complete from start to finish using various acrylics and markers.

When I was first approached by Jeremy Burrows of We The Collective to work on this project, I jumped to it with excitement because I’ve always loved the idea of doodling on a table. I’ve secretly mastered this craft as an epically failing young student in school. I’m sure all my school teachers can attest to this. Instead of a failing report card and a suspension letter, I received a gainfully handsome cheque for my services. I can now safely say I got my last word with my high school principal, Mr. Hill. Read More »

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 »