A logo and website for a brand-new Vancouver comedy school. All-seeing, un-seeing and fierce, all at once! "You're gonna hear it roar!" - Katy Perryvisit site →
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It's a sawhorse! It's a swingset! It's a logo! This punchy identity was inspired by running shoes and watermelons, and encourages endless power-clashing colour combinations.4 images →
10 interior illustrations for Grant Lawrence's second book, The Lonely End of the Rink: Confessions of a Reluctant Goalie. Ink on paper with digital halftone. Published by Douglas & McIntyre.3 images →
Brand identity for soon-to-be-launched project studio.
Combining the scenic symbols of a cloud, rainbow, waterfall and reflective sea with a pencil, this logo suggests that creativity is born out of our surroundings. Can you believe it?!visit site →
Responsive website for local Asian-fusion restaurant, Wild Rice.
Wild Rice needed a website to match their newly-updated identity, highlight their farm-to-table philosophy, and clearly identify their two separate locations.
The solution rested in a punchy, bright design to emphasize their slogan, "fun fresh flavours", while still keeping focus on their beautiful dishes and restaurant interiors.visit site →
"Ten feet from closet to computer: a freelancer's life & style blog."visit site →
Custom bookplate design and illustration.3 images →
Responsive one-page website for the second annual Vancouver Art/Book Fair.
Custom built from the ground up, the challenge was to create a Wordpress theme for content that was constantly evolving. The final incarnation manages to be word-heavy, yet punchy, image-rich and easy to navigate.
Identity art direction and design by Pete Florentini.visit site →
Design update for Ora Bags' website and online shop, which was built with Wordpress and Big Cartel a long, long time ago.
Due to time and budget constraints, we bypassed responsiveness and chose to instead focus on creating a clear sales-focused homepage with large imagery and fresh splashes of colour.
The refreshed shop is simply a default Big Cartel theme skinned with Ora's header and footer, allowing the goods to be the star attraction.visit site →
Website for the non-profit group The Community Against Preventable Injuries.
Preventable needed a bold, in-your-face online presence to grab people's attention. The straightforward, persuasive content and strong contrasting colours accomplish this mission.
Produced at Wasserman + Partners Advertising.visit site →
Responsive website revamp for upscale lifestyle mag MONTECRISTO Magazine.
The mandate was to keep a minimal, artisanal feel across all platforms so as to let the content do the talking, and to encourage social media sharing to bring their world-class brand to the interwebs.
Developed by Assembly Digital.visit archived site →
Custom design for 221A gallery's first edition of totebags, two-colour screen printed on blue cotton.
The lyrics are non-lexical vocables from the Sound Choice Karaoke version of "No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature" by The Guess Who.3 images →
Responsive website for a travelling series of international artists' films for children.visit site →
Groove is in the Art →
Identity, flyers and custom web graphics for Access Gallery's annual live-auction fundraising event.
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Curatorial endeavour with Weekend Leisure at Helen/Pitt Projects, resulting in a half-hour public access television show aired on Novus TV. I designed and developed the site, as well as designed a 136-page exhibition catalogue.
Design and development of online portfolio for UK-based motion graphics studio.
Website for an online shop specialising in stationary and children's products.
The store is a custom theme running on e-commerce CMS Big Cartel.visit site →
Mobile quiz for GIB's IN THE KNOW campaign. After answering six questions about Vancouver culture, the user is directed to their resulting knowledge score and a contest entry form.
Live quiz can be viewed on your mobile device at gib.ca/intheknow. Produced at Wasserman + Partners Advertising.1 image →
Website for a Vancouver comedy series presented with The Cultch. The GIANTS identity was a collaboration with Mark Stuckert.visit archived site →
A Vancouver-based action feature film. Hold on to your asses... and your dicks.visit site →
Identity and promotional materials for Vancouver improv comedy group.
Wordmark includes hand-lettered custom text. To create visual impact for their tour promotions, three colourways of posters and flyers were provided for each of three separate festivals in North America.3 images →
A comedic video series for career women, by career women. Created with and co-starring Amber Daniels.watch series →
- Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut Pro, DVD Studio Pro, Corel DRAW X4 (yup!)
- Responsive & mobile first development, cross-browser compatibility & SEO optimization
- Wordpress, Tumblr, Indexhibit, Shopify & Big Cartel front-end development
A whim project. Just share it already.visit site →
Alternately titled "Freelancer's Icon Set", this is a series of icons for the working homebody.
I started making graphics for my new business card but gradually became more and more inspired by my job situation and sweatpants.1 image →
29 interior illustrations for Grant Lawrence's award-winning debut book, Adventures in Solitude. Ink on paper with digital halftone. Published by Harbour Publishing.5 images →
Founded with David Look in 2009.
Although we do commercial work, David Christy and Internet's focus is to provide professional solutions for local, small-budget groups and foundtions.visit site →
Scarves created for a performance by the Norma artist collective, through Artspeak Gallery.2 images →
Identity and promotional materials for art/video/karaoke collective.2 images →
That's my email address. I check it at least 50 million times a day.drop me a line →
Sex Guy online banner graphic for The Vancouver Observer.2 images →
"A blog of nothings and somethings as internetted by one C. Nyiri."visit blog →
Christy Nyiri is an art director who makes websites, drawings, designs and the sporadic wedding cake in Vancouver, Canada.
Along with having red hair, she holds a Bachelor of Media Arts from Emily Carr University in addition to a few AutoCAD drafting certificates from BCIT.
In 2009 she partnered with David Look (and the Internet) to develop online strategies under the moniker David Christy & Internet. She also actively collaborates within the artist collective Norma as well as produces video/karaoke/comedy works with the creative team Weekend Leisure.
Site for CBC broadcaster Grant Lawrence.visit site →
Series of five drawings for a group drawing exhibition at Nouvelle Nouvelle, Vancouver. Curated by Lief Hall.5 images →
Flyer design for local comedy night hosted by the comedic duo Bronx Cheer.2 images →
13 illustrations for A Number of Things, a colouring book by artist Micah Lexier. Ink on paper. Published by Artspeak Gallery.4 images →
A 2-colour poster for the 2008 Music Waste festival. Perhaps this poster is somewhat old, but I still really like it.1 image →
Album cover illustration and typesetting for Payday Millionaire.2 images →
Drawing for the group exhibition 1001 at Lucky's Comics, Vancouver. Curated by Francesca Bennett.1 image →
Weekend Leisure is a 3-person video/art/comedy/karaoke collective. We make lots of videos which you can find through our site.visit site →
Personal work exploring the idea of myself and family as twins.2 images →
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Norma is a 7-person performance art collective based in Vancouver. Norma most recently won a 2011 Vancouver Mayor's Arts Award for Emerging Public Artist.visit site →