Although it hasn’t opened yet, we thought we’d share some snapshots of our team at work installing displays for Polygon’s Lakeside neighbourhood within their Sunstone community in North Delta.
We’re pleased to work with Polygon, BC’s most successful multi-family home builder, and to have the opportunity to show you the kind of attention to detail we bring to every one of our projects.
MDC sometimes gets pigeon holed – oh they’re the ad guys, they just do brochures, or they just do web – when in fact we cover the full creative services spectrum, including signage and presentation centre displays like this one.
We’ve been in the business for 20+ years and in that time we’ve learned how to keep projects on time and on budget, and looking good too 😉
One of the cool things about being a boutique creative company is working with different designers. Because each has a unique style, we can provide the right creative flavour for every project and every client.
Who are these talented designers? We’re glad you asked. Every now and again we’re going to introduce you to one of them. First up – Linda Ganzini
Rod first worked with Linda at Robertson Pick Advertising 20 years ago. In fact, they both posed as models in a Parklane Homes brochure!
Linda’s got heart. She’s Italian so that’s a given, and the warmth she exudes extends to her work as well.
We’ve worked with Linda on various projects including Concord Pacific’s Park Place towers and Charity Trucks, a local non-profit.
Linda’s not just a feel-good designer – no, this gal is fast! And she can sing! Her ode to Vancouver became a huge YouTube sensation. Click here to see and hear.
In addition to being gorgeous and multi-talented, Linda has created her own t-shirt line, called Undefined.
She says undefined is a way of being. “It’s for those of us who will not be constrained by a world that feels it knows us, who we are and where we are going.”
Linda’s shirts are made of naturally sustainable bamboo and are soft, light and translucent. They are naturally hypoallergenic and moisture wicking without any chemical treatments.
By Roderick MacDonald Happy new year one and all. Some folks are glad to be rid of 2011. We, on the other hand, quite enjoyed it. Since 2008 our revenue has increased every year and 2011 was no exception.
In addition to our record-breaking volume of client work, we took on some pro bono assignments, as our way to give back a little, including creating a new logo for the sports teams at Sir Winston Churchill high school here in Vancouver.
It seemed like a simple enough job in the beginning but we soon discovered the school needed an initial logo (something like the SF Giants or NY Yankees) plus the full Churchill name plus a bulldog icon – all designed to work on red or blue or white jerseys! Three different versions of each element.
As soon as the first jerseys are delivered we’ll show you the real thing worn by a real student.