This is the view from my new creative home. Jim, Mark and I are sharing a space in the heart of Vancouver’s China Town and we are loving it, the location is alive and the space we are in is turning into a great little spot for design and illustration. I didn’t include any interior shots as it is looking very creative – if you know what I mean.
I was able to be a part of great publication, an institution in itself really – OK maybe. Woo Magazine has four or five issues a year and over the last couple years the design and art direction has been great so when Florence asked if I would be a part of this one I wasn’t about to say no. I should thank Alan for the referal – Cheers.
I have included a couple images in this post but be sure to stop by the school and get your own copy, its well written this time around which is not always the case – you be the judge. I hope no-one was offended by their portrait. Karianne was my favorite one to do.
If you visit Florence Trouong, you’ll see the this issue in an animated form.