Track the designer down at the Maritime Labour Centre on December 8/9 for the annual Got Craft? Holiday Edition market.
We caught up with Alberta Randall during the silly season to talk about - among a great many other things - her journey so far...
In this long-form Q&A, we get to know a local creative whose sustainable and ethically-sourced textiles go to the fibre of her being.
The latest edition of our 'Vancouverites' series is a Q&A with local designer Alex Henderson, who you'll find at TOQUE this weekend.
This long form Q & A will introduce you to the talented young woman behind the East Van accessory company, Your Bag of Holding.
In this long read interview with local artist Christine Moulson, we talk process, inspiration, family, branding, beer and more.
This wide-ranging interview with one half of local firm Scott & Scott covers design both big and small, and life at large in Vancouver.
In this expansive interview we get to know a Vancouverite who's been helping to breathe fresh life into BC design.
Feel the sunshine in this in-depth interview with Tess and Tom, the duo behind Hawaiian food and hospitality company, Hanai Family Table.
The group first served up their gif-y goods at a buffet-style event at Lucky's Comics this past summer and we're hungry for more...
Shaun Seihachi Inouye, Programming Associate at The Cinematheque, is slated to speak at the next PechaKucha (October 18th).
Check out his latest exhibition of drawings, "Crowland", on the walls of Luppolo Brewing in Strathcona this weekend.
Chill out and learn more about the local brand aiming to steer the design of cannabis culture into the future in this Q & A.
An insightful and introspective long form interview with one of Vancouver's most prolific and talented photographers.
With their in-your-face colours and bizarre scenarios, the bold art of this local illustrator and music demanded our attention.
Sara Khan, Bunnie Reiss and Pennylane Shen put down their brushes and cans to answer our questions about their work and much more.
One of Vancouver's most interesting young artists talks life, work, inspiration, past and future in this long read interview.
Durrell's debut doc is screening at The Cinematheque from July 5 - 11th. Don't miss this fascinating entry into Canada's film canon!
...where we discuss dreamworlds, misplaced nostalgia, Wandering Albatrosses and a (possible future) career as a whale tattoo artist.
The interdisciplinary artist, activist and Tahltan First Nation member's works are visually compelling and politically pertinent. Take a look:
The typically wine-loving chef explains the inspiration behind Chicha's 2nd beer dinner with Strange Fellows Brewing, happening on May 29th.
Meet the woman behind the local line-up of personified jams and find out about her seasonal, personal and fictional inspirations.
She's mastered the food pun so be sure to have a couple in your arsenal when you see her at East Van's upcoming Got Craft festival.
Experience the artist's robotic cinematic experience via 'Watching and Dreaming' at the Surrey Art Gallery, now until June 10.
It's an exciting time for a former cook whose line of all-natural, cannabis-based products (eg. "Orgasm Oil") is about to enter a new realm.
Proudly self-taught, this young artist illustrates and addresses her inner ogre in a style that's crude, colourful and hard to look away from.
We turn the questions on the artist whose "Should I Be Worried?" installation currently queries the city from False Creek.
The talented young chef of Vancouver's finest veggie-focused restaurant dishes on food, music, inspiration and more.