fabric banners

House of Vans - Vancouver + Vans Park Series - Montreal

We recently did the printing for the House of Vans event in Vancouver and the Vans Park Series event in Montreal. These events were so much fun for us to be a part of! We were involved in helping prepare a number of venues in each city for the events. From coroplast printing to die cut stickers you saw on the ramps to mesh fabric printing all around, you name it we did it! We enjoy being a big part of the production team for national campaigns like these ones. Following events that take place in more then one city and one venue are very exciting for us to work on and watch unfold before our eyes. A lot of time, sweat and hard work goes into every aspect of putting together these kinds of events for our clients. It is all great fun and excitement for our team, from seeing the first vision on our computer screens to seeing the printed versions come to life while we install them! Skateboarding is in our blood and we are happy we had the opportunity to be involved in such amazing skate events put on by Vans.

We did a whole load of print and installations for the House of Vans event that took Place in Vancouver this past June. Here are some pictures and videos of the things we did. We really do love our job!

Vancouver, BC

House of Vans

Montreal, QC

Vans Park Series


Our owner Allan Louie was featured in an Article which talked about what it takes to put together an event like the Vans Park Series that took place in Montreal. Click HERE to check out the article by Love Skate Mag.


Here are some pictures from the Montreal Vans Park Series event showing all of the different things we did there. What an amazing event put on by the Vans team. We look forward to working with them again in the near future for the next big skate event!

Saxx International Sales Meeting

We set up some displays for a Saxx international sales meeting that they had not too long ago. Here are some pictures of some of the print work we did for the meeting.

There are canvas frames with 2" think wooden profiles and double sided foam core strung up along with fabric banners hanging as a backdrop display.