An ever-changing collection of classic and curiously unique designs, NU KIND, designed and produced in Vancouver, is the embodiment of influence, inspiration, love, and self-exploration. Each piece is designed with utmost simplicity in hopes that it will be worn and styled however desired, with no limitations, and that their wearers—and even non-wearers —will feel the spirit and passion behind the brand. This fall, NU KIND has taken their three classic pieces and incorporated the timeless quality of vintage denim.
ION Magazine and Grolsch are proud to present the sixth installment of CREATIVE DIFFERENCES, a series of interactive art competitions where teams of artists compete against each other for 2 hours of live painting on large canvases. The guests determine the winner of the competition, and the prize is $1000 in cold-hard-cash. Creative Differences started in 2014, with parties in both Vancouver and Toronto.
This Thursday celebrate the power of music at Strike A Chord, a benefit event for Music Heals Foundation, that promises a memorable evening of entertainment and special guests, including Chin Injeti and the Lifetimes, Coastal Sound Youth Choir featuring Dan Mangan, Harpoonist and the Axe Murderer, Andrew C. Kilgour, Scott Jackson, Tonye Aganaba, Kytami, and hosted by Prevail.
Pilsner Urquell is giving you and a guest the chance to join them on their Vancouver Trolley Tour on October 22nd, 2015. The evening will start out at a secret location where you will join the tour for a frosty Pilsner Urquell, food, and some mingling before you are taken to your next three locations via a historical trolley.
The fifth edition of interactive art series, CREATIVE DIFFERENCES Presented by Grolsch and ION happened in Vancouver on October 1st at The Hindenburg, and there was some tough competition in this round. Five art teams had two hours to complete a mural with the theme of fear, phobias, and horror.