“It could be better” is a phrase thrown around in Post Projects studio. Better? We think this Vancouver based studio work is ace already. With a fantastic body of print work, Post Projects produce useful pieces and programmes which you don’t want to throw away. Just take a look at their sing-along lyric booklet of riot songs for Theo Sim’s art installation The Candahar – a booklet crafted so well you’d rather keep it in crisp in your pocket than rolling it up and batting someone over the head with it while singing “I hate the rich.”
Craftsmanship and process are always considered with this studio and from band posters to calendars, they make creating beautiful print look ridiculously effortless. And with great digital and interactive work to, this studio are tip top across the board.
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