Monday, February 1, 2010

Amanda Wachob


We've been gone for a long time. I'll apologize for that. Things just tend to get a little crazy in January and February, you know?

Anyways- I just wanted to share something I came across with you -

How cool is this Tattoo artist? I've never seen anything like this really. Her name is Amanda Wachob. Take a look through her portfolio. I like it.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

can you say "canĂ¼home"?

I know I can...
Designed according to the forest management standards of the CSA, FSC, and SFI (holy TLAs), CanĂ¼home represents the perfect marriage of sustainability and design. It's made to be easily installed on rooftops, in yards, subarban plots, or rural areas (did I mention it's largely pre-fab?); it also meets a whole whack of LEED standards for its construction and through some pretty nifty energy-efficient engineering that uses the shape of the home to manage airflow.

Really though, it's the design that gets me: an open-concept, bowed galley structure (like an upside canoe, hallo?!) with a metallic skeleton and wood throughout that has a fantastic, airy kitchen and living space and Scandanavian-style boudoir with upright washer and dryer.

SMU (sign. me. up.)

Sunday, January 3, 2010

PE Goes Global

Akebonibashi, Tokyo, Japan

Friday, December 18, 2009


Happy Friday Internettles.

I just wanted to share a local blog that I enjoy reading, and think you should too.

Urbanely Urban is a commentary by a single author about her experience mostly in her community or as an individual commenting from a Kitchener downtown perspective on that which she experiences. Read and comment!

Off for a magical weekend with my oldest friends in smalltown ontario.
Here's hoping it bares no resemblance to an episode of Jersey Shore.

Happy Holidays!

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

One more thing...

Don't even try to get me to stop listening to this today:

I mean, COME ON.

'Tis The (holiday card) Season!

Ok, so I might be getting back into the blogging spirit.

Here are some Holiday Cards we just got back from the printer. I had them printed on columned paper, so they look like corrugated cardboard. The client is a children's toy distribution company, so we wanted to do something a little playful and cute for their customers.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009


I wonder if we'll ever blog again.

Things have been pretty busy in these parts, and it doesn't help that I'm taking off for three weeks and handing the reigns over to @marctcameron.

Promise to do better in the new year.