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GraphCom writer Dave Stewart is featured in an Arts on PEI mini-doc film by Will Beckett. Click here for some insight into how he creates "And Yet I Blame Hollywood", his "movie review in comic strip form".
Graph Com's Dean Johnstone and Dave Stewart are presenting to Holland College's Business of Crafts class Wednesday, February 8. Topic: Branding. For information about the Business of Crafts: more info...
The Jan/Feb 2012 issue of the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce’s publication Chamber Business Magazine features PR advice and business profiles from GraphCom Writer/Project Manager Dave Stewart.
Congratulations to GraphCom’s Administrator/Bookkeeper Marg Younker on her granddaughter’s graduation from the Commerce program at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax. Congratulations Maggie Frizzell.
GraphCom recently designed a brochure for Study Abroad Canada. To see the brochure and read more about the language training facility, click the link for a story from Charlottetown's daily newspaper, The Guardian. Link
GraphCom graphic designer Keith Mullen presented the Visual Artist of the Year Award to Lorne Miller on January 13 at the Coffee Art Crawl during Music PEI Week. GraphCom supports Music PEI Week as a sponsor, and we congratulate Lorne on his award.
We've just received this photo from the Greater Summerside Chamber of Commerce. Pictured is Graphic Communications Group President Dean Johnstone and winner of our iPod Shuffle draw, Gloria Askew, RRN, at the November 10, 2012 Chamber Business Mixer/Silent Auction. Congratulations, Gloria. Photo by The Greater Summerside Chamber of Commerce.
Graphic Communications Group writer helps judge city window displays. Christmas Window Decorating Contest
The December issue of The Buzz is out with new a new "And Yet I Blame Hollywood" cartoon and a new "Horoscopes for Islanders" for all you Sagittarians, both by GraphCom's Dave Stewart. Pick up a copy of The Buzz at outlets across the Island, or read it online at www.buzzon.com.
GraphCom Web/Multimedia Developer and Balloon Fairy in her own right, Alex Price (Fairy name: Misty) has just returned from Edmonton where she created Balloon Art for the Local Union 488 Christmas party this past Saturday, November 26. She was joined by fellow Balloon Fairy Cam Huff (Fairy name: Clover) in entertaining between 50 to 60 kids an hour each. While in Edmonton, Alex entertained at three smaller (and shorter) Christmas parties. Of the weekend, Alex says, “The three most popular balloon sculptures were the penguin, the snow man, and the dog. The coolest/most complicated one was the hockey player.” Check out Alex’s Balloon Art website at: www.balloonfairy.ca.
KUDO #6 Ariana is knowledgable and friendly! I took the training to learn to promote our small business...
~ Sara Roach, Executive Director, Women's Network PEI
KUDO #5 Craig and team are a pleasure to work with, always professional, timely and go above and beyond...
~ Monette Connaughton, Account Director, The Dunne Group
KUDO #4 Graphic Communications has provided us with excellent customer service and have been totally a pleasure to deal with...
~ Barry MacLeod & Amanda Stewart, Golf PEI