Thursday, May 31, 2018

Throwing It Back: Morino Lodge Identity and Collateral Materials

This was a really fun design project for the Morino Ski Lodge in Japan. I was asked by old pal Craig Oldring (co-owner of the lodge) to design a logo that reflected the mountain environment in Hakuba (trees, powder, and soaring peaks).  As well, he and his partner Matt needed various other bits of collateral including business cards and apparel. Once the graphics were set, I sent the goods over to Kyle McIntosh (another longtime friend) at Popgun Media. Kyle put together a beautiful site for the lodge...and then the snow kept falling...and skiers and snowboarders kept coming. I'll get over there one day...I believe I have a standing reservation for the presidential suite!   



Monday, December 11, 2017

Holiday Print Sale $20 a print!

!Holiday Print Sale!
Just a headsup…if you are interested in purchasing artwork for holiday gifts…I’ve got the goods. See attached image for selection. $20 gets you a fancy piece of artwork, screenprinted by hand…by this guy! 

Text me @ 604 836 6051 or email me at to arrange for pick up...or if we are lucky enough to be co-workers...hit me up at the studio, and we can work out the details.Cash & Carry Baby! Happy Holidays!

-Prints are printed on old timey looking chipboard (heavy cardboard)
-paper size is 14”x14” (image size is 11”x11”)
-prints have been designed and printed to fit perfectly in IKEA ribba frame with matte (framing ain’t cheap…so this will keep your costs down)
-all prints are signed and numbered but are part of an open edition…that means I’ll be printing more eventually…but these low numbers will be worth SOOO much more when I’m dead…lol.


Friday, June 24, 2011



numbered edition of 25

Why so grouchy?...

...because I have crab claws...not real is a major hassle.

That has got to sting...

Final product

Hello World...

In the tradition of great city destroying beasts like Godzilla and Mothra, my fertile brainbox gave birth to this grouchy character. He seems pretty choked... Maybe his bubble tea order was messed up? Or Maybe he is just misunderstood? Anyway...

This is a limited edition of 25 handcrafted, signed and numbered screen prints. They are printed on Stonehenge, pure white, 240 gsm, 100% acid free, neutral ph, cotton rag art paper using non-toxic, acryllic ink. Paper dimensions are 18"x22". Image is 14.25"x 18.25". For you good people they are available for $20.00 each plus shipping. If you are local, I'll drop it off to save you some dough(now that is service!)

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Vancouver 125! @

I recently had the good fortune to be asked to contribute a t-shirt design for an art show / tee show put on by in Gastown. The show was initiated to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Vancouver's incorporation as a city! It was super fun to be a part of! Many thanks to the folks at for putting on a great show, and printing some great shirts. Thanks also to the other artists who participated (awesome work people). If you feel the need to clothe yourself in an old-timey looking, short sleeved garment with a fancy picture of William Cornelius Van Horne on it (the CPR man responsible for making Vancouver the western terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway)...head on over to located at 227 Abbot Street in Gastown. Or...check em out at