Archive for: Outdoor

Slave Lake Visitor’s Information Centre

Slave Lake Visitor’s Information Centre

This interpretive installation adorns the Visitors Information Centre as you enter Slave Lake, Alberta. The intention is to inform people taking a break about the regrowth of the Boreal Forest after a forest fire. It commemorates the the “flat top complex” wildfire...

Kerry Wood Nature Centre

Kerry Wood Nature Centre

Kerry Wood Nature Centre Interpretive Signage The interpretive sign installation at the Kerry Wood Nature Centre falls under my ongoing Waskasoo Parks signage project for The City of Red Deer. But that's where the similarities end. Kerry Wood included some of the most...

Red Deer Museum Façade Update

Red Deer Museum Façade Update

Red Deer Museum Façade Graphics When John Hull Architect approached us to do the graphics package for the 2016 façade refresh - we were thrilled. This project included squirrel fights (or maybe fights with squirrels), abstract measurements and archival photos. Great...

Waskasoo Parks Signage

Waskasoo Parks Signage

Waskasoo Parks Signage The Waskasoo Parks interpretive signage project is one we’ve worked on since about 2011 - and has run the gambit in terms of deliverables - mapping, design, photography and fabrication consulting are all included. An ongoing project, we have...

Historic Arches Interpretive Signs

Historic Arches Interpretive Signs

Historic Arches Interpretive Signs As a part of the 2013 Red Deer centennial celebrations, we designed the interpretive sign inserts for the Historic Arches project. The Arches are located on teh site of the original rail yard roundhouse that inspires its design. The...

Alexander Way Interpretive Sign

Alexander Way Interpretive Sign

Alexander Way Interpretive Sign This is one of the coolest things we’ve ever designed. Brian offered a concept, really… while working for another firm… and we’re not sure if anyone actually was paid for the concept. In a meeting one day, a concept for a steel sign was...