The Big Don’t Argue

 

The Big Don’t Argue” is a piece of art created for the new Match Bar at Gateway Casinos in New Westminster. Throughout all our design work for Gateway we contribute, in addition to the interior design, ‘touch points’ based on local stories and iconography.

The Big Don’t Argue” was inspired by the “no holds barred” approach of longtime New Westminster Bruins hockey coach, and later owner, Ernie “Punch” McLean.

Vancouver Design Week 2014

As part of Vancouver Design Week we agreed to create a piece that would sit within the tasting lounge space at Main Street Brewery.

Utilizing vitra Algue from Inform Contract, we created a sculptural tree that hangs, chandelier-like, between the two natural trees within the space.

The video below shows the process.

Heirloom Restaurant

Heirloom Vegetarian Restaurant opened late last year and is an all encompassing project for which we were responsible for the interior design, identity branding and custom art work.

Heirloom is located in the Douglas Lodge building (built in 1907) at West 12th and Granville Street. Once dark and introverted, the room has now taken on a light and airy feel through the use of bleached fir, white Vitra Hal Chairs by Jasper Morrison and white-washed brick walls. Repurposed old cabinetry serve as the back bar storage/display, while custom art work brings an element of humour to the room.

For more images visit our web Portfolio.

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blog_heirloom_logoPhotography by Janis Nicolay: All images © 2013 Copyright Janis Nicolay Photography.

Blast Off!

Hot Off The Press is our new poster for Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros.

This is for next Tuesdays’ show in Calgary. If you’re in Vancouver you can catch the band tonight at Malkin Bowl in Stanley Park.

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14″ x 22″ 3 colour screenprint – Limited Edition of 150.

A big thanks to Erin at Sage for pulling the screens.

The Sight Of Sound

If you made it over to “Art On The Pier” a couple of weeks ago, you would’ve seen The Sight Of Sound exhibition, featuring some of our music posters & art created over the years for the likes of The Cure, Patti Smith, and The National, to name a few.

A big thanks to Donnelly Events and Dazed & Confucius for organising such a great event.

Thanks to Pennylane Shen of Dazed & Confucius for the photos.

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