Street banners for Honda Celebration of Light

The 23rd Celebration of Light fireworks competition is coming up soon! A staple of Vancouver summers, you can watch them from your favourite vantage point on July 27th, July 31st, and August 3rd.

Right now, you can catch the street banners we made for them on the Granville Street Bridge.

Celebration of Lights Street Banners

See more banners we’ve made for major events in our gallery.

Khatsahlano! is this weekend

With Khatsahlano, Vancouver’s biggest free music and arts festival coming up on Saturday, July 13th, there’s been some last minute scrambling around the office to get all of their signage out the door. In addition, Susan has been going to press conferences in her role as president of the West 4th BIA.

Here’s a few places she’s been quoted or pictured so far:

We’ll post photos of the festival next week!

Photo from BongoJack Media

Canadian Transgender Pride Flags are here

Canadian Transgender Pride Flags

We are honoured to be a manufacturer and supplier of Canada’s Transgender Pride Flag.

Designed by Ottawa graphic designer Michelle Lindsay, this unique Canadian transgender flag flies to show support and inclusion of the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) Community.

This transgender flag was first used for the Trans Day of Remembrance (TDOR) on November 20, 2010 and was unfurled by the Ottawa Police Services. In later years City Halls, Fire, Paramedic and By Law Services have followed suit. As word spreads, the flag is showing up in more Pride Parades and events.

You can read more about its history at http://transflag.com/.

There are a few variations of the transgender pride flag out there, but this one was designed and manufactured in Canada.

We have the 36″ x 60″ i.s. flag in polyknit and the 4″ x 6″ stick flags printed on 100% recycled paper in stock right now with the lapel pins coming later this month.

You can buy them in our stores and online.