Congratulations to Maria and her family for bringing the CHAU brand to Victoria Drive. We immediately paid a visit when we heard the kitchen was up and cooking! Once inside, the place felt crisp with a wood communal dining table right down the middle. It’s cafeteria style with a numbered and photo menu that you order at the counter. Right away we noticed the metal frame for the chalk board menu with the track lighting, together with the iteration of her signature rooster graphic, the place has a trendy touch. (photo below) Though we didn’t participate in any of the interior design considerations, we enjoyed working with Maria on expanding the CHAU logo, signage and her new label design. (above) – We wish her all the best with this exciting endeavour! CHAU Veggie Express Open! 5052 Victoria Drive, Vancouver. Check it out!
On Friday March 20, Definium Design was proud to be a part of Vancouver Pride Society’s (VPS) Spring into Pride media launch at Vancouver’s Edgewater Casino. The event was to announce Pride’s new three year theme: Educate, Celebrate and Liberate, and to publish their new theme logo which our studio has helped them develop.
As the VPS push into their 30’s, Educate, Liberate and Celebrate is a concept created by the Vancouver Pride Society as a homage to the past, present and future. The VPS and many Pride’s alike did not get to where we are today easily. The GLBT movement has spawned many years. By mobilizing events, talking to individuals and inspiring communities, the VPS is an organization whom at its core is a community educator. Liberating is the GLBT community’s perpetual challenge. Liberating themselves, individuals, communities and the wolrd from discrimination and unequal treatment to all. Celebrate is what the VPS is known for. Parties, loud music, dancing and smiles that memorializes the past while paying tribute to the future and current milestones.
Working with the VPS is always a treat. We hope to personify the things that had long standing value while being a point of remembrance. With a text that resembles a flag standing proud and a mark that has nostalgic point of three decades of reference, we hope newer GLBT generations and current ones can find a point of reference for Pride while they continue the fight from the past, be active in their present and never loosing hope for days ahead.
Educate, Liberate, Celebrate
View our interview on Extra West