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02.2011 Boutique – Paper doll print ad

This is a fun little print ad promoting the Halifax 2011 Canada Games gameswear. These ads ran in the Chronicle Herald and Le Courier several weeks ago, and variations on this design are in print again this weekend. Watch for them!Read More

I made the Canadian Design Resource!

I've been a big fan of this site for a while now. The Canadian Design Resource is a constantly expanding library of Canadian design and material culture. It's a blog/archive of Canadian Design—product, graphic, craft, etc.. The 2011 Halifax Canada Games torch was posted yesterday. I'm thrilled to see it up there. A little piece of Canadian cultural history.Read More

Anni & Sammi vehicle wrap

Anni & Sammi—mascots for the Halifax 2011 Canada Games—are riding in style with their very own RV to take them from venue to venue during the Games this February. We designed this vehicle wrap artwork for the RV to mirror the look of their website: annisammi2011.ca which I've described in an earlier post. The vinyl wrap was printed and applied…Read More

I designed a torch!

[caption id="attachment_370" align="alignright" width="219" caption="Halifax 2011 Canada Games torch"][/caption] I'm really proud of this. I've had the opportunity through my employment with the Halifax 2011 Canada Games Host Society to design the 2011 games torch. I'm excited to see the impact and exposure that the torch is going to have over the next year and it's just a great legacy…Read More

2011 Canada Games athlete cutouts

I designed some freestanding athlete cutouts for the Halifax 2011 Canada Games. These were created for the volunteer kick-off and one year to go countdown celebrations over the last week. We produced ten each of the three versions. The gold signs are attached by velcro so they can be easily replaced with current, relevant messaging. [caption id="attachment_203" align="aligncenter" width="610" caption="2011 Halifax…Read More

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