Today’s opening: Lise Hansen’s ‘Road to Work’ and her Q&A as featured in today’s SALON (Telegraph Journal) – See you at noon!

A small reminder that our opening for Lise Hansen’s ‘Road to Work’ opens today at the studio.
Everyone is welcome to join between 12-4pm. (Regular studio hours are still applicable 11-5, but Lise will be on site from 12-4pm)
Jump down after the image below to read Lise’s Q & A in today’s Salon in the Telegraph Journal.
After the article you’ll see a sneak peek of today’s show which includes cushions, postcards and prints!
Jump down even further after that and there is a promo of another fabulous event going on today and we encourage you to plan to attend both studio events!

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Please click here to find out more info on Jeneca Klausen and Sarah Jones studio visits taking place today on Duke Street.

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Tuck Studio presents Lise Hansen’s “The Road to Work” – Saturday, Nov 15th 12 – 4 pm.

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“These are some things I see on my way to work that I always notice – for many reasons. As well, “The Road to Work” is how I design, the path I take. Taking everyday things and reconstructing. ” – Lise Hansen
Tuck Studio invites you to attend “The Road to Work’ , illustrations from Lise depicting several Saint John ‘Landmarks’ .  On Saturday November 15th from 12-4 pm we will unveil over a dozen illustrations by Lise taking form on cushions, postcards and art prints.  Please mark the date in your calendar and plan to be there!  Refreshments will be served and everyone welcome.

One last sneak peek until the show!

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Lise Hansen

About Lise Hansen / Creative Director (BonFire Communications)

A creative powerhouse, Lise is recognized as one of the East Coast’s top creative professionals. Her aesthetic is simple and straightforward and her approach is always tied directly to a business strategy. Lise has helped many companies shape their brand into cohesive and impactful stories.

Her creative approach has helped launch several tech startups to the global stage such as Radian6 and Introhive. As well, she has worked with many local and regional brands to develop a wide range of websites, logos, ad campaigns, events, television advertisements and infographics. These brands include New Brunswick Tourism, the New Brunswick Medical Society, UNB, Livelenz, Enterprise Saint John, Fusion Saint John, Mariner Partners and Salesforce.

And, we at TUCK and those who know Lise and her work celebrate her for being a visual artist first and foremost.

 

CONTEST: Light as a feather! Umbra’s new feather decor gets a ‘like’ from us! Share and win.

Umbra has just released a new design by Youssef Sayarh featuring “Feather Wall Decor” – beautifully illustrated decals!
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Set of 18 feathers that mount to the wall with clear adhesives.
Six styles of feather ranging from: 3 x 3 1/2″ (7.6 x 8.9 cm) to 3 x 8″ (7.6 x 20.3 cm)
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Sarah and I thought it would be fun to try out the decals on our studio wall with two different looks to see how the feathers hold up!

Which do you prefer
Left:  Placed with our Gus* Modern Acrylic I-beam, our Globe pendant light and acrylic Vapour Dining Chair.
Right:  placed with our Gus* Modern White Lacquer Pawn Stool, our Norm 12 Pendant Light and white Panton Chair.

Which do you prefer?
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white with wall stickers (1)

CONTEST:

Share this post on either Facebook or Twitter and your name will go in to win a set of Feather Wall Decor for yourself!
You can also pop into the studio and purchase your own set of Feathers for just $15.00!

Born and raised in Morocco until the age of 19, Youssef is an industrial designer who has studied, and worked in several countries across the globe, from Canada to Japan. He has an expansive, eclectic background, which includes experience in business, marketing, and video game and animation design. He is also quinti-lingual, able to fluently speak, read, and write in English, French, Japanese, Arabic, and Moroccan Arabic. Youssef feels that his multicultural background has provided him with well-rounded knowledge, and aids him in comprehending design from different perspectives. He always strives to put forth innovative designs that make a difference in people’s lives.