Identity for a Vancouver design, construction and woodworking studio.3 images →
Identity, transit shelters, printed gallery guide and responsive one-page website for the 16th annual Swarm festival, taking place in September of 2015.
Swarm is a 2-night event that marks the launch of Vancouver's artist-run centre programming season. The site's event feed is pulled from hashtagged social media, hence the # in the identity.3 images → visit site →
Scenery is a clean, simple and scenic WordPress portfolio theme suited for artists, designers, filmmakers and writers. It was created as a solution to the lack of dead-simple, lightweight portfolio themes on the market.
This theme is currently not publicly available, but you can learn more about its features here.visit site →
Responsive one-page website for the fourth annual Vancouver Art/Book Fair.
Identity by Pete Florentini.visit site →
Rebrand/art direction for Vancouver's international Capture Photography Festival.
We refined Capture's identity for 2015 by focusing on a simple blue and white colour palette. By removing images from the majority of the print collateral we focused on promoting brand recognition, and instead utilized the artists' names as a graphic strategy.
Creative direction/production by Assembly Digital.6 images →
Responsive website redesign/build for Vancouver Artist Run Centre 221A.
Though visually quite similar to 221A's previous site, this new iteration boasts a completely reworked administrative backend, allowing content to be easily added and cross-referenced.visit site →
Responsive website for 15th annual arts event.
Swarm is Vancouver's launch of the Artist Run Centre (ARC) programming season. Fearing the multi-day event had merely become a party in recent years, the site's purpose was to remind the public of the importance of ARCs, and the significant impact they have on the cultural ecology in Canada and around the world.
Swarm identity by Jaz Halloran.visit site →
Identity for Saskatchewan brewery Nokomis Craft Ales.
The branding draws inspiration from Canada Parks Board signage, topographic area maps, recreation and local folklore.6 images →
Identity and website for the Or Gallery's 2014 danceathon fundraiser, Don't Stop the Dance.
Contrasting vector lines with scanned brush strokes, the poster was designed to take advantage of a two-colour Risograph print process.visit site →
A logo and website for a brand-new Vancouver comedy school. All-seeing, un-seeing and fierce, all at once! "You're gonna hear it roar!" - Katy Perryvisit site →
It's a sawhorse! It's a swingset! It's a logo! This punchy identity was inspired by running shoes and watermelons, and encourages endless power-clashing colour combinations.4 images →
10 interior illustrations for Grant Lawrence's second book, The Lonely End of the Rink: Confessions of a Reluctant Goalie. Ink on paper with digital halftone. Published by Douglas & McIntyre.3 images →
Brand identity for soon-to-be-launched project studio.
Combining the scenic symbols of a cloud, rainbow, waterfall and reflective sea with a pencil, this logo suggests that creativity is born out of our surroundings. Can you believe it?!visit site →
Responsive website for local Asian-fusion restaurant, Wild Rice.
Wild Rice needed a website to match their newly-updated identity, highlight their farm-to-table philosophy, and clearly identify their two separate locations (although they have since closed the Vancouver restaurant).
The solution rested in a punchy, bright design to emphasize their slogan, "fun fresh flavours", while still keeping focus on their beautiful dishes and restaurant interiors.visit site →
"Ten feet from closet to computer: a freelancer's life & style blog."visit site →
Responsive one-page website for the second annual Vancouver Art/Book Fair.
Custom built from the ground up, the challenge was to create a Wordpress theme for content that was constantly evolving. The final incarnation manages to be word-heavy, yet punchy, image-rich and easy to navigate.
Identity by Pete Florentini.visit site →
Design update for Ora Bags' website and online shop.
Due to time and budget constraints, we bypassed responsiveness and chose to instead focus on creating a clear sales-focused homepage with large imagery and fresh splashes of colour.
The refreshed shop is simply a default Big Cartel theme skinned with Ora's header and footer, allowing the goods to be the star attraction.visit site →
Website for the non-profit group The Community Against Preventable Injuries.
Preventable needed a bold, in-your-face online presence to grab people's attention. The straightforward, persuasive content and strong contrasting colours accomplish this mission.
Produced at Wasserman + Partners Advertising.visit site →
Identity, flyers and custom web graphics for Access Gallery's 2012 annual live-auction fundraising event.2 images →
Responsive website revamp for upscale lifestyle mag MONTECRISTO Magazine.
Winner of Best Online Magazine, 2014 Western Magazine Awards.
The mandate was to keep a minimal, artisanal feel across all platforms so as to let the content do the talking, and to encourage social media sharing to bring their world-class brand to the interwebs.
Developed by Assembly Digital.visit site →
Custom design for 221A gallery's first edition of totebags, two-colour screen printed on blue cotton.
The lyrics are non-lexical vocables from the Sound Choice Karaoke version of "No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature" by The Guess Who.3 images →
A Vancouver-based action feature film. Hold on to your asses... and your dicks.visit site →
Identity and promotional materials for Vancouver improv comedy group.
Wordmark includes hand-lettered custom text. To create visual impact for their tour promotions, three colourways of posters and flyers were provided for each of three separate festivals in North America.3 images →
A comedic video series for career women, by career women. Created with and co-starring Amber Daniels.watch series →
A whim project. Just share it already.visit site →
Alternately titled "Freelancer's Icon Set", this is a series of icons for the working homebody.
I started making graphics for my new business card but gradually became more and more inspired by my job situation and sweatpants.1 image →
29 interior illustrations for Grant Lawrence's award-winning debut book, Adventures in Solitude. Ink on paper with digital halftone. Published by Harbour Publishing.5 images →
Scarves created for a performance by the Norma artist collective. Produced with Artspeak Gallery.2 images →
We've KJ'd for several groups and events including the Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver Olympics, PuSh Fest, Fringe and the Jazz Fest, as well as events in Seattle and Portland.visit site →
Sex Guy online banner graphic for The Vancouver Observer.2 images →
Series of five drawings for a group drawing exhibition at Nouvelle Nouvelle, Vancouver. Curated by Lief Hall.5 images →
A 2-colour poster for the 2008 Music Waste festival. Perhaps this poster is somewhat old, but I still really like it.1 image →
Album cover illustration and typesetting for Payday Millionaire.2 images →
Drawing for the group exhibition 1001 at Lucky's Comics, Vancouver. Curated by Francesca Bennett.1 image →
Weekend Leisure is a 3-person video/art/comedy/karaoke collective. We make lots of videos, which you can find through our site.visit site →
Personal work exploring the idea of myself and family as twins.2 images →