Showing the proof at a meeting and the final images swaying in the warm breeze.
If you drive down to Port Coquitlam, you see the banners I designed everywhere.
My posters for the PoCo centennial are almost ready. Ready for the May Day celebrations around 200 banners will go up all around Port Coquitlam. They feature citizens of all ages, and decades who live or have lived in PoCo.
There will also be a website featuring the banners and a portrait picture and a little blurb.
Here are a few shots of the Telus boxes wraps I designed.
Commemorating Veterans Day.
Today I attended the Sixth Robert R. Reid Award Presentation.
The award went to William Rueter, of Aliquando Press.
William Rueter is a private printer, hand binder, and printmaker living in Dundas, Ontario.
He established his private press, The Aliquando Press, in 1963.
It was just great to hear him speak about his influences,work. Very inspiring. I loved his love for books.
I love the interview conducted by Rollin Milroy of Heavenly Monkey press. It was so nice listening to their exchange. It felt like eavesdropping to two old friend chatting about their love of books and printing.
Outside the conference room we did what printers do best and hung up a few broadsheets.
I had my own piece up there printed with my own letterpress.
SFU Harbour Centre
Here is the poster I designed for a great event taking place Sunday March 3rd, 2013. The a fundraiser for the Patrick F. Daly School in Brooklyn, NY flooded after Hurricane Sandy.
Enjoy a great evening with “Stand up for Mental Health”
The fundraiser takes place in New Wesminster in the Lafflines Comedy Club. David Granirer and his cast of comedians have kindly donated their talents to the effort. Stand up for Mental Health.
The event is orgainzed by Diane Moran. Check out her site here.
books for brooklyn
We wish you all a happy, healty, peaceful year with loads of inspiration.
Merry Christmas and a happy new year.
In the next few days I will reveal the big surprise…..
Laughingeye design has some exciting news to share. It’s about design, it’s about production. Enough said for now. More will be revealed in the next couple days.
Here are some trading card I made for the Port Moody art center. I added some drawings to them and they are now drying after applying a nice protective layer of mod podge.