Archive for the ‘Design’ Category
The final step in this build was to install the rear wheel bridge and brake mount. I wasn’t really sure about the best way to go about this, but after a few minutes in Home Depot I found a few metal nuts that I could epoxy into the bridge to give the brakes a proper support. After aligning the bridge and the nuts at the right angle I epoxied them in place and wrapped them in hemp. Once it had cured 48hours later I sanded everything down and drilled a hole through the hemp to expose the metal mount for the brake. Perfect fit.
Are you thinking about filing for bankruptcy? If so you’re in luck!
I just designed a website and business card branding for my friend, California bankruptcy law attorney Andrew B Reisinger. His low fees and legal know how will have you bankrupt in no time.
I recently designed and built a website for FreeTalk, a local current events show concerning issues that directly affect residents of Vancouver and the Lower Mainland.
I co-produce Free Talk with Allison Riley, our amazing muilti-talented host.
Free Talk airs bi-weekly on Novus and VanCity Buzz.
Check it out.
As somebody who designs logos for other companies, I figured it was about time to finally design one of my own. The basic concept was to use my initials (C B) to form the basic shape of a camera.
Thoughts? Love it or hate it?
I was recently approached to design an animated logo for The Liberal Party of Canada. I have ABSOLUTELY no political association with them, but they liked my work:
I recently designed a few logos for an athletic scholarship marketing collective. Check them out at Athletic Recruitment Media, and stay tuned for my new graphic design/animation page… coming soon.
I recently found an old rusty vintage refrigerator at the dump heading for the scrap pile. I scoped it out, and figured it still looked like it might work, plus I needed a new fridge for my home-brew. So I took it home, plugged it in and it clicked on immediately… so I got to work. After a few hours of sanding, painting, drilling and re-insulating… here is the result: