We are a Vancouver based design studio specializing in branding and packaging design that communicates personality. Our clients trust us to produce design solutions that tell their stories, and enhance their products. In turn, we view our clients as collaborators, and working together we can create beautiful things.
We offer a suite of services tailored to the needs of your project.
Research provides the context and clarity necessary to create meaningful, lasting design. By learning as much as possible at the beginning of each project we're able to make informed decisions later.
We design well-informed brands that encapsulate each client’s unique perspective. Through research and iteration we hone our solutions to communicate the exact tone and impression each identity requires.
Logos & Trademarks
We devise professional packaging solutions that extend your brand into the retail space.
An identity is only as good as it’s weakest application. We make sure your brand works as good on paper as it does in presentation.
The difference between good and great is in the details. We can help make your physical space a considered part of your overall brand.
An essential aspect of any modern brand, we craft websites that deliver targeted content across a broad range of devices.
Website Design & Development
Social Media Direction
Introducing The Canadian Greenscape
We’ve collaborated with some of Canada’s leading cannabis consultants to produce the first ever map of the Canadian cannabis space; The Canadian Greenscape.
Designing an emerging industry: The future of cannabis branding in canada
It isn’t very often that we’re able to witness the creation of an entirely new product category. However, with cannabis legalization soon becoming a reality in Canada we’ll be witnessing the birth of not only a new category, but the development of an entirely new visual language.
Dear Matt and Katherine (circa 2002)
Hi. We’re writing to you from the future so we apologize for the awkwardness of this letter, considering you haven’t yet met each other and won’t for another three years. You’re both about to begin your design education, and we wanted to share a few pointers that might help you, or any other new designers, stay on track over the coming years.