We are a tiny studio based in Vancouver. In fact, we’re so tiny that we named our company Chairman Ting Industries Inc. just to be silly.
We’re a husband and wife team that sweat the details and pour 100% of our hand crafted work into everything we do. Despite being nano size, we’ve worked on giant global brands like Mercedes-Benz Daimler AG, adidas Originals, Microsoft, AT&T, Jameson Whiskey, The Webby Awards, The NHL, Red Bull Canada, Native Shoes and much more. We hand pick all our projects due to our small size. Every project we take must fit our 'fun' criteria because life is too short for boring work.
Awards & Recognition
Since officially opening our doors in 2012, we have been fortunate enough to be recognized nationally and internationally for the work we do, such as Applied Arts, Communications Arts, The Advertising & Design Club of Canada, Marketing Awards, Lurzer's Archive's 200 Best illustrators Worldwide and more. We have also been written up in the Vancouver Sun, Applied Arts magazine, Scout Magazine, Urban Look, Velo - Bicycle Culture and Design by Gestalten books, Vancouver Is Awesome, Lost At E-Minor, IdN Magazine, Working Not Working, and more.
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About the founders
Carson Ting is an award winning art director that has worked in the advertising business for over 18 years. He began is career in Toronto after earning a Bachelor of Design degree from the Ontario College of Art and Design and has worked on brands such as Lexus, Sony, Honda, Vespa, Nike, Science World, Goodyear and more. His work has been recognized internationally at Cannes, One Show, London International Advertising Awards, New York Festivals, Communications Arts, Marketing Awards, ADCC, Lotus Awards, Applied Arts and more.
Denise Cheung holds a MBA degree specializing in Strategic Management from Wilfrid Laurier University and a HBA from the University of Toronto. With over 10 years of working experience in Toronto, she manages the finances of the studio with a keen eye for detail.
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