Two for One
We’re extremely honoured to receive the 2017 Communication Arts Interactive Annual Award, and the 2017 Vancouver UX Award for our work for the Port of Vancouver Discovery Centre. We worked with a team of talented individuals ranging from architects, engineers, developers and designers to create a experience that is compelling and immersive. The 2017 Vancouver UX Award ceremony took place on November 16th, 2016 at the Imperial on Main Street in Vancouver. Our entry for Communication Arts will be appear in the Interactive Annual 23, the March/April 2017 issue of Communication Arts.
Burnkit x Inform Interiors
In December 2016, Burnkit collaborated with Inform Interiors to produce a holiday window display for their busy Gastown storefront. Read more here.
Studio Feature on The Design Kids
Creative Director, Dylan Staniul talks with The Design Kids about inspiration, success through process, and how one should embrace deadlines and enjoy the pressure of coming up with new ideas.
Burnkit Featured on Dwell
Burnkit's modern and open workspace was recently highlighted on Dwell's new online platform.
Another CA Award for our Printed Reports
We are pleased to receive a CA Award for our Turquoise Hill 2015 Annual Report. The report titled “The Future Is Underground” highlights the vast scale of one of the world’s largest copper and gold mines located in Mongolia. The report employs bold typography, a strong black and copper colour palette and is printed on heavy uncoated stock with an accompanying envelope.
Burnkit Wins CA Award
Burnkit's work for the newly rebranded Ballet BC featured in 2015 Communication Arts Design Annual
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.
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.
A Study in Ink
Burnkit gets their hands dirty seeking ultimate colour compositions for the Harmony Gift Wrap project.