• Susan Point Sculpture

    Susan Point’s sculpture, “A Timeless Circle,” is the latest addition to Public Art Program

    WHISTLER NEWS On Tuesday March 1, the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW), Public Art Committee and members of Coast Salish First Nations unveiled the newest addition to Whistler’s Public Art Program. A Timeless Circle by internationally renowned artist Susan Point is a multifaceted bronze sculpture that was awarded through a public competition by the community’s… Read more »

  • New York Times: 52 Places to Go in 2016 / #50 The Southern Gulf Islands British Columbia

    NEW YORK TIMES Always blessed with natural beauty, Vancouver has successfully recast itself in recent years as a luxury destination. But as the Canadian city goes upscale, travelers and locals seeking simpler Pacific Northwest charms are increasingly venturing just offshore, to the Southern Gulf Islands. A short ferry ride (as little as an hour) leads… Read more »

  • Best of Whistler

    Best of Whistler 2015 / Quintessential Whistler

    PIQUE NEWS MAGAZINE By Braden Dupuis Our last newspaper of every year is our ‘Best of Whistler’ issue. It’s one of our favourites to write! This is a snapshot of some of Whistler’s outstanding businesses and people and decisions of the last year, based on votes from hundreds of Pique readers. Reading through the “Best… Read more »

  • A new ‘I do’

    VANCOUVER SUN By Aleesha Harris When it comes to weddings: flowers fade, cakes are consumed and dress styles get dated, but one thing retains a timeless quality: the ring. “Jewelry can be such an important part of peoples’ lives whether it be for weddings, fashion or personal mementoes,” says David French, the artisan behind Vancouver’s… Read more »

  • This is Grow: Javascript Snowflakes


Amazing things can happen when design and technology intertwine. One of these amazing things is a JavaScript Snowflake generator from the people at Grow, a digital agency in Norfolk, Virginia behind several amazing projects.

  • Eastside Culture Crawl

    Studio Addition – The Trotec laser

    We are ecstatic to announce the newest addition to our studio at 936 Clark, our Trotec laser! Prototyping on this machine is as quick as making a cup of coffee. No waiting for parts to arrive or outsourcing overseas, laser cutting provides a cost-effective alternative to traditional fabrication for producing high quality and repeatable parts.

  • The Saint Nick that the kids never knew.

    As a kid, the mystery of Santa Clause was short-lived in my household. The effort my parents put into the farce wasn’t too extravagant, and I think they were happy to end the ruse once I discovered the man in the red coat was in fact my own Mother. I don’t remember myself being too disappointed upon finding out, so all was well.

  • When sport meets visual art.

    As an avid skier I have turned to ski videos to get my pre-season stoke on since I was 8. From Warren Miller films to Matchstick Productions to my local favourite, Canadian film producers, Sherpas Cinema with last years featured film, Into the Mind, these productions keep advancing over time and never fail to blow… Read more »

  • Postcards from Europe — Antwerp / Belgium

    After we finished our studies, a dear friend of mine moved to Antwerp, Belgium and by now settled down in the second largest city after Brussels. Though excavations show evidence that the city had its origin in the Roman era, Antwerp—located in the region of Flanders—was first mentioned in the early fourth century. Today, the… Read more »