The Future is Underground
Printed Annual Reports for Turquoise Hill Resources, an international mining company focused on copper, gold and coal mines in the Asia Pacific region.
That’s Digital Eyeburn
A fully responsive website and campaign surrounding Clearly’s BlueReflect lenses.
The One and Only Chan
We built a new online home for Chan Centre that captures the energy and excitement of Vancouver’s most iconic performing arts space.
Burnkit Wins CA Award
Burnkit's work for the newly rebranded Ballet BC featured in 2015 Communication Arts Design Annual
Updated wordmark for Bocci with subtle refinements to letterforms and typesetting which introduce a more iconic and distinctive quality to the logo.
A Study in Ink
Burnkit gets their hands dirty seeking ultimate colour compositions for the Harmony Gift Wrap project.
Keeping it Lite
Brand new responsive website and online store that is as light and fun as the shoes themselves. Explore the world of Native.
Moving Ballet Forward
We’re working with Ballet BC to introduce a new, progressive brand identity and communications materials for the contemporary dance company.
Alive On Three Stages
Ongoing branding, seasonal campaigns and illustration work for the city’s premiere theatre company.
Burnkit cited in Applied Arts Feature, "Adapt or Die"
To celebrate 30 years of covering Canada's creative marketplace, Applied Arts presents 30 ways it's changed.
Where New Art Comes to Life
Campaign and photography to fund a new theatre centre for Arts Club and Bard on the Beach—bringing the best theatre in Western Canada under one modern roof.
Telling It Like It Is
A client of Burnkit for many years, we’ve recently updated the brand identity, built a new website and developed key print collateral for Vancouver-based investment firm Steadyhand.
Burnkit Opines on the Power of a Great Workspace
In the pages of Applied Arts, Dylan Staniul encourages Canadian designers to ensure that their workspaces serve them well.
Enjoy Your Postmark
Postmark Brewing is one of the latest additions to the Vancouver craft beer market. Produced right in our Railtown neighbourhood, we worked with the brewery on its naming, graphic identity and package design.
We Are Kit and Ace
First iteration website for the newly minted, Vancouver-based apparel brand. Launched to coincide with their summer pop-up shop in Gastown, we designed, developed and produced the introductory video. Watch for the full site in the coming months!
We provide services for graphic identity, interactive, packaging and print design.
No, You’re Weird
Fully responsive and fully embracing the peculiarities of Vancouver’s captain of (shoe) industry.
Where We Work
Since our inception in 2000, our studio space has always been an important part of the Burnkit culture and identity. Learn a bit more about us by seeing where we think, create and answer telephone calls.
Building a Better Bing Thom
A new brand identity and website for the prolific and provocative Canadian architecture practice.
It’s Kind of a Big Deal
Large format special edition newsletter for The Goodman Report. The third edition features several key properties and commemorates 30 years of real estate market intelligence.
Shedding Light On The Casual Use Of Homophobic Language
A simple, hard-hitting website that tracks homophobic terms in real time through aggregated twitter feeds.
Burnkit is a Design Agency
Highly collaborative and committed to the highest standards of design and technology, our approach has been informed by 14 years in the business.