Drawings and painting.

It is not all 1s and 0s for us. Sometimes we step away from the computer and create without a prompting from a client. Sometimes those creations end up hung on a wall or in a client project later on. It could start out as a daydreaming doodle or a six-month painting project. One way or another, artwork keeps our creative juices flowing and often brings sense of peace and relaxation.
Mascara Image Bear Image Fred Image Fruit Image Gram Image Cook Image


Stephanie loves having a pen in her hand and a pad of paper on her lap. Looking at nothing for inspiration, the hand begins to move and the work begins to manifest itself.
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Stephanie recently began to use acrylic paints, these paintings are her exploration of control, color and blending.
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Ink and Graphite

Stephanie’s drawings with pens show her diverse styles, some done slowly and meticulously while others were quickly created.
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Mascara Paintings

Each time the mascara was used in a different way, from long strokes the entire length of the paper, to tiny fragmented strokes and finally strokes going every direction.
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These ink and graphite illustrations were created as way for us to continue to practice our detailed drawing abilities, since neither of us were the strongest illustrators in school.
Look at Family


All these people were created solely in Adobe Illustrator, intended to be playful and a little bit silly. Some illustrations have been seen on 11 editorial articles on
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All of these images were created for our personal use in stationary, project slides and weekly wallpapers.
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Scratch Board

These scratchboard works were created as Bryan challenged himself to learn to take away color and reveal shape.
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Mike Barnet

Bryan shot these photos, developed and printed them while in university. He wanted to create a dark photo where one would question what they were actually seeing.
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