In layman's terms, looking at why successful businesses have many customers, but also have many customers leaving; calculating how and when to upgrade, and why customers may leave due to these upgrades (ie, high costs, added effort to upgrade, etc.)
Grandma & Grandad's House
Nonna & Nonno's House
Junk Food, and Puffins, and Plaid, Oh My! 2016 Thesis
Sweets & Treats
Delicious Canadian junk food: Cream Soda, Tiger Tail Ice Cream, and Ketchup Chips! Yum!
Drawer of Plaid
What is something a stereotypical Canadian has? A drawer full of plaid, of course!
Side A of a brochure depicting various modes of transportation. Side B, to be released at a later date.
Don Cherry Hockey Pucks
Hockey Pucks with illustrations of the legendary suits worn by Don Cherry.
West Coast of Canada: Travel Poster
How to Properly Pour Absinthe: A Step by Step Guide
To properly pour absinthe using water, you will need: a glass (a Pontarlier absinthe glass is preferred), an absinthe spoon, a sugar cube, water, and the absinthe, itself.
1.) Pour the absinthe into the glass, equal to about one fifth of its capacity
2.) Place the absinthe spoon on the rim of the glass, followed by the sugar cube atop the spoon
3.) Pour a small amount of water on the sugar cube and allow it to sit for a minute or two. Then slowly pour more water over the sugar cube until it dissolves and the required level of dilution is achieved
4.) Stir your absinthe, and enjoy!
Spot illustrations for strange facts and statistics. (2014)
Average number of extra calories children consume for every hour of television they watch: 167
Estimated percentage by which brontosauruses were less massive than previously believed, according to a recent study: 50