Meet the Ballistic Arts residents!
Nestled in the suburban jungle known as Coquitlam, the Ballistic Arts asylum houses many of Vancouver’s most talented creative minds. We are constantly fantasizing about video production, hallucinating about effective WordPress web design, craving a good piece of graphic design, or needing to score some photography. As a patient of Ballistic Arts, you’ll be working with our creative minds to get you back in marketing tip-top shape in no time.
Typical symptoms patients exhibit before being admitted into the Ballistic Arts asylum are:
- Frustration from wasting time and money on having a multitude of suppliers work on different parts of their marketing.
- Paranoia that their competition’s advertising and communications looks better than their own.
- Hysteria from unreliable suppliers who miss deadlines and constantly come in over budget.
If you suffer from any of these symptoms or are generally having marketing panic attacks, you may be showing early signs of “ugly design syndrome”. It is advisable to contact a Ballistic Arts practitioner immediately.
Practicing since 2002, Ballistic Arts is the collective brainchild of creators Takehiro Kawana (aka “Tak”, “Invisible Man”, or “Hey That Guy”) and Theodore Lau (aka “small cap ted, large cap LAU”, “Johnny Nightmare”, or “Hey That Other Guy”).