Author Archives: Mark Mushet
I really enjoy working for Friends of Chamber Music and designing each season’s posters and digital advertising content. This year has been no exception! I pulled back a little bit from last season’s more abstract approach to include hints of … Continue reading
Sometimes I like to share travel photos. This one is a recent favourite taken on a trip to Alert Bay. If you know anything about the history of the Kwakwaka’wakw people you know of their incredible artistry. This magnificent memorial … Continue reading
This is my latest work for Vancouver’s premier chamber music presenter: Friends of Chamber Music, now in their 71st season! In addition to the street posters I’ve created a new, more abstract look that foregrounds the group and repertoire info … Continue reading
In the last few years I’ve had the opportunity to meet and photograph some of my favourite visiting artists who record for the ECM label in Germany. They’ve also been some of my favourite portrait sessions and I use the … Continue reading
I really enjoyed doing the CD cover for the new release by Vancouver’s premiere saxophone quartet; Saxophilia. It provided a rare opportunity to use a display typeface designed by my friends Marian Bantjes and Ross Mills. Of course, while doing … Continue reading
Here is a selection of CD covers I’ve provided imagery for in the last year. In the upper right is a CD I also designed utilizing my friend Marian Bantjes’ ornate display face “Restraint”.
In April of this year, Haida artist Jim Hart finally oversaw the raising of one of the most important poles in modern Canadian history. The Reconciliation Pole recognizes the Residential School experience of Canada’s First Nations and serves as a … Continue reading