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Find our signs in Kootenay National Park, Pacific Rim National Park, L’il’wat Nation traditional territory, Greater Vancouver, and other locations throughout British Columbia.
We designed and wrote 14 signs for Burnaby Mountain trails, using stunning photographs supplied by local naturalists.
There are 30
different Black Cat signs interpreting the natural wonders of the Whistler Valley Trail system.
Our signs in
Radium Hot Springs, with writer Marla Oliver, won the Interpretation Canada Silver Award for 2009.
We are trusted by
our clients in federal, provincial, and local government to craft polished public outreach documents.
Fresh colours and clean typography make this report accessible to a wide audience.
We work with communications specialist Steven Wyatt to convey value and exclusivity in this client’s advertising and marketing.
Our staff writer and editor, David Leigh Stone, has written two books about underwater archaeology and edited seven more. The Wreck Diver's Guide to Sailing Ship Artifacts has been sold worldwide, and translated into Polish.
Black Cat edits, designs, and illustrates
StreamTalk for Fisheries and Oceans Canada. The target audience is British Columbia’s environmental stewardship community.
Centennial Theatre presents evening shows for adults and Sunday matinées for families. We had some fun with colour to give each series its own identity.
The brief: bring Simon Fraser University's 40-year history to life using documents from SFU Archives. The result was two large exhibits and a set of portable displays for use around the city.
These species identification sheets are distributed to commercial fishing and tourism companies to help Fisheries and Oceans Canada track sightings and
The images in this project for Ducks Unlimited were hand-drawn, scanned, and then digitally coloured. Each creature can be resized, flipped, or copied and used in another publication.
We create illustrations in
pastel, watercolour, and acrylic. These pastels were done
for the Maillardville Festival celebrating Francophone culture in the Lower Mainland.
Crisp pen-and-ink drawings reproduce well and can be a refreshing alternative to photographs.
We develop logos
and wordmarks to reflect the distinctive qualities of each client.
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