Thursday, 28 April 2011

Creative Type No. 3

Last week, I attended the opening night of Creative Type 3 at the Palmerston Café and Gallery. Creative Type No. 3 is an annual exhibit of experimental typography, featuring the works of more than 60 artists and designers from across Toronto.

If you're interested in checking it out, the exhibit is running until May 1 at the Palmerston Café and Gallery. Drop-in gallery hours:
12PM – 5PM Tuesday – Friday; Saturday & Sunday 10AM – 5PM.

iPod touch snaps:

Thursday, 21 April 2011

i like stuffffff.

Nice! Old colleagues being used in the print ads. If I still worked at DDB, I wonder if I would've been suited for a criminal shot...hmmm...

Boys, get your summer ties out!

Kul stuff

I need a weekender bag.


Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Social Design - Practice + Perspectives

If you're in or around Baltimore, drop your "Wire" jokes for MICA Place in East Baltimore (814 N. Collington Avenue) on Wednesday, April 27, 2011 from 17h to 19h and learn more about using design as a tool for positive change. I've had a chance to visit MICA, meet some of the panelists and also tour MICA place and it's awesome.

Panelists include Mike Weikert, director of the Social Design (MA) and Center for Design Practice MICA, advisor for Project M, an international social design initiative, principal of Weikert Design and the creator of Small Roar; Ryan Clifford, Faculty Director of the MICA Design Coalition, project manager of MICA’s Center for Design Practice and advisor for Project M; Ryan LeCluyse, former AmeriCorps Vista, co-director of the M Lab, a rural community design studio, and founder of the bicycle co-op, BikeLab; and Becky Slogeris, MA in Social Design graduate candidate with an interest in the role of design in education reform, co-curator of Baltimore: Open City.

A portion of the proceeds from the event will support Baltimore art + design programs for urban youth. For more information please email Elizabeth.