GREENPEACE MURAL ACTION2019
A suite of publicity materials for a mural painting event in Vancouver organized by Greenpeace Canada. The suite includes a print poster, a flyer, and a digital banner for social media use.
Poster for an event offered by Maisonneuve magazine in conjunction with Carleton University, about self-indigenization in eastern Canada. The event addressed this trend’s occurence in Quebec specifically, as settlers claim indigenaity to access hunting rights. The poster depicts a moose whose antler is shaped like the province of Quebec.
A series of posters created for Yiara Magazine’s 2017-18 academic calendar of events, including the magazine’s call for submissions. The posters are largely text-based and draw from similar colour palettes to ensure flexibility in the approach for each unique event.
Yiara is a Montreal-based undergraduate magazine that deals with themes of art and feminism in the broadest sense of both terms. The project includes various events intended to engage the Montreal community in explorations of gender and art, as well as an online presence and a print magazine, published annually.
An event poster created for Bouteloua, a Montreal-based music collective aimed at supporting Indigenous-led resistances against resource extraction on Turtle Island.
HALIFAX WALKING TOURS2017
This poster was created to advertise the free tours of downtown Halifax, led by Halifax Free Walking Tours. The iconic clocktower marks the beginning site of the tour, and acts as a landmark meeting spot for the group.