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Canstruction – Unicycle Creative helps sustain food banks with food selfie art

May 5th, 2016 · No Comments

What does a stack of 3500 cans of food look like? Almost anything you can imagine. Unicycle Creative was proud to join the 2016 Canstruction event, as part of a team with Omni Engineering, to help make a super sized dent in the needs of the Vancouver Food Bank. The show theme was ‘Who’s Hungry’, […]

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Tags: Events · Social Media · Unicycle Case Studies

Metro 2040 – The best regional plan you never heard of.

November 21st, 2014 · No Comments

If you didn’t know we had a 25-year regional plan, don’t feel bad. Most people’s brains rust over when faced with terms like ‘Regional Context’ and ‘Transportation Demand Strategies’. But ‘Metro Vancouver 2040 – Shaping Our Future‘ is a plan so thorough, it was adopted unanimously in 2011 by 21 municipalities, a treaty First Nation,  […]

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Tags: Green Points of View · Green Politics · Research · Sustainable Lifestyle

Gesamtkunstwerk – German for ‘here’s how to create a REAL sales experience, dumkopf!’

June 1st, 2014 · No Comments

Over the past few months in Vancouver, an intriguing idea was spelled out at the North end of the Granville Street Bridge. The word Gesamtkunstwerk was emblazoned in tasteful neon, atop a copper-clad building easily visible to all southbound traffic. So what was the meaning of this 15-letter German Scrabble masterstroke? Gesamtkunstwerk is defined as […]

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Tags: Brand Identity · Sustainable Businesses · Uncategorized

How do you open the door to responsible redevelopment on the edge of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside?

December 5th, 2011 · 1 Comment

Launching a real estate development in Downtown Eastside Vancouver opens some doors. 21 Doors.

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Tags: Green Creative · Green in the Economic Downturn · Green Politics · Sustainable Lifestyle · Sustainable Products · Unicycle Case Studies

It’s time to get the biggest bluebox in the world on site.

November 28th, 2011 · 4 Comments

The answer to lazy non-recycling construction workers? The World’s Biggest Blue Box.

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Tags: Environment · Green Points of View · Sustainable Businesses · Sustainable Lifestyle · Sustainable Products

Bringing a Sense of Fashion to Zero Waste (and we’re not talking dress size)

November 25th, 2011 · No Comments

Making zero-waste look good with clean green branding and a high-fashion recycled runway show at Pacific Centre in Vancouver

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Tags: Art · Green Creative · Sustainable Businesses · Sustainable Lifestyle · Sustainable Products · Unicycle Case Studies

Chicken Power saves big commuting buck-buck-bucks.

September 13th, 2011 · 4 Comments

Discover the hidden secret of sustainable commuting. Hint: It’s a bird….

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Tags: Art · Green Creative · Green Positive · Social Media · Unicycle Case Studies

Green Briefs flashed in Vancouver City Council Meeting – The Official Transcript of my speech on the Greenest City Action Plan

July 15th, 2011 · No Comments

GreenBriefs blogger Lorne Craig stands up in front of Vancouver’s Mayor and Council at City Hall to share his Green Capitalist vision of Vancouver. See the speech here!

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Tags: Green Points of View · Green Politics · Published Articles · Sustainable Businesses · Unicycle Case Studies

iPhone Photo of the Week – If only All Vancouver Rezoning Applications were this transparent.

July 13th, 2011 · No Comments

No Photoshop – this actual sliced sign was spotted in Yaletown. My favourite part – the line at the bottom. Glad the Director of Planning advised it!

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Tags: iPhone Pics of the Week

IPhone Pic of the Week

December 23rd, 2010 · No Comments

The horror of Christmas Shopping… — Post From My iPhone

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Tags: Art · iPhone Pics of the Week