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Things to Hold On To February 09 2017

I've always felt the need to empower the culture of hand-made, artisan products. Those that take time to be created and finalized, not for their complexity, but for the care that they demand from the artist. The demand a relationship that is beyond tasks.

I'm very proud to present a collaboration we worked on with Baat Cheet, a unique film company from Edmonton. 

The video is called  - Things to Hold Onto -  and it celebrates the story and the craftsmanship behind the life and work of my dear and talented friend Sylvia Soo, from Sylvia Soo Leather

 I hope you all enjoy the film.


Benjamin & Julia's Wedding Stationery January 30 2017

 

Julia and Benjamin were very specific with what they wanted. 
And then I couldn't find the exact same colour they wanted for the envelopes, based on a picture they saw on Pinterest.

Good think they trusted what I suggested, and they loved it.

It's great to work with couples that are open to the bumps that may occur during the process, and trust you and your experience.

Thanks Julia & Benjamin!


Business Cards for Baat Cheet January 30 2017

Baat Cheet

Baat Cheet Business Cards

Baat Cheet Business Cards

Very happy with how Baat Cheet business cards turned out. 
Double thick cover 100% cotton paper, 2-sided impression.
The clean design is perfect, and the pop of yellow really makes it stand out.

I had not one, or two, or three, but many clients mentioning to me before that they hear from people:

- I throw away business cards, but not yours. It's way too beautiful -

And that's all I want to hear.


Uppercase Press at Avenue Magazine January 25 2017

Avenue Magazine from Edmonton is really one of my favourite magazines.

I love the articles, the art direction is great, it is the best way to keep yourself in the loop of what is going on in #yeg.

They had a special article about wedding invitations this January and I'm thrilled to be mentioned in the article amongst other artists and designers. 


An #YEG Gem: Pura Botanicals October 09 2015

 

You know when you went to something special when you feel so excited before going to bed that you can't sleep, and when you wake up thinking about what happened the night before. 

That's what happened to me this morning.

Yesterday I had the honour to be invited to Pura Botanical's Harvest Garden Soiree. Lane, the beautiful soul and heart behind Pura, started telling us about her journey, and how a scent can bring back so many memories, and how that had impacted her life.

She shared with us the 3 different notes a perfume must has, and invited us to spent some time smelling different natural oils, and writing down the ones we loved the most. 

Lane helped each one of us to nail down the notes we had selected, and created a formula for us of our own signature scent, which we had the opportunity to mix with our own hands.

What an unique experience, right here on downtown Edmonton! If you haven't heard of Pura Botanicals before, check them out. They create the most beautiful and pure skin care products and custom perfumes.

Lane is not only an amazing dedicated entrepreneur, but I also have the honour to call her a good friend. I wish that she keeps living her dream, and bringing so much light to people around her.

Lane does one-on-one sessions for custom scents. Check out her website if you are interested in setting up an appointment, and enjoy the opportunity to choose the scents that represent you.

I'm beyond inspired!