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Celebrate the Vancouver Latin American Film Festival

Kihada Kreative is exceptionally proud to once again be supporting the Vancouver Latin American Film Festival for their 13th annual event this year, and this event has to be the best yet! Their spectacular array of Latin American cinema showcasing for the first time in Vancouver inspires a mingling of cultures and encourages exploration into a diverse and colourful part of the world in an artistic and stunningly visual capacity.

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3D Printing: Creativity Takes Shape

By now, you’ve probably heard of this new phenomenon – 3D printing. You may even have already purchased – or even designed – an item created by a 3D printer. Thanks to sites like Shapeways, Sculpteo, and Thingiverse, designing and producing an object using 3D printing technologies is truly as easy as 1-2-3. The question is: how will this explosion of design potential and manufacturing processes impact our creativity and how we create?

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Branding the Kelowna Skating Club for Success

“Inspire. Achieve. Excel” – a slogan that certainly parallels our own design objectives!  Our latest adventures in branding and web design have been with the Kelowna Skating Club, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing skating programs of all varieties to skaters of all ages and skill levels – and our design inspiration lies at the heart of this mission.


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Badu Charged Over Nude Video Shoot

Grammy-winning singer Erykah Badu has been charged with disorderly conduct following a nude music video shoot that took place in downtown Dallas, police officials announced Friday. All Video related to this articles have been taking out from the web, but I found where she got her inspiration!  {youtube}bJkymylTNU4{/youtube} Brooklyn’s Matt & Kim strip down in New York City’s Time Square. Directed by Taylor Cohen and Otto Arsenault.