Hello I'm Ginette, I do graphic design, art, illustration and surface pattern design.
Here on my blog you can see the pictures i've been making, stuff I've been up to and the inspiration I found in my current home Whistler, Canada.
You can also view my portfolio for more of my design work, find out about bespoke wedding stationary and take a look at the cards for sale in my shop.
By Ginette, Jul 27 2017 08:12PM
Here is a collection of recent snaps of 'people enjoying the scenery'. From Whistler mountains and lakes to Stanley Park, via Tofino and The Chief. Enjoying the scenery has been my main activity this summer, it's very enjoyable and surprisingly easy, anyone can give it a go!
By Ginette, Jul 27 2017 08:55AM
Here's a doggo I met at Rainbow Park with some wise words.
By Ginette, Jul 27 2017 07:00AM
Here is a few pages from my sketchbook in Whistler; mountains, lakes, cabins, bears and all that
By Ginette, May 6 2017 11:57PM
Here are some colourful scenes from white and powdery days on Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, and also an early morning at Green Lake as the last of the ice was melting in spring.
By Ginette, Feb 3 2017 08:32AM
I have been working on some tshirt designs inspired by retro sportswear and the wonderful skiing in Whistler Blackcomb, and they are all available to buy on ginette.threadless.com hooray!
By Ginette, Jan 23 2017 08:59AM
The first full moon of the year was pretty in purple here in Whistler, it was also approx. minus a million degrees celsius, flippin' chilly!
By Ginette, Nov 20 2016 08:32AM
The other day I went on a really fun hike to the train wreck near Function Junction. We followed the Cheakamus river with dramatic forest and waterfalls then found the old wrecked train carriages in the woods, covered in always-changing colourful graffiti. My friend Hannah has written all about our hike on her blog Bear Stories with lovely photos and lovely words, plenty more adventures to come on there.
By Ginette, Nov 20 2016 06:28AM
Here are a couple of illustrations of Whistler. There are idyllic little cabins around every corner, and I spotted this one looking across Alta lake, with a canoe on the jetty and the descending snowline on Blackcomb mountain behind. Hopefully soon Whistler village will have a nice blanket of snow.
By Ginette, Nov 17 2016 07:30PM
Last week in Whistler I went with chums to the Re-use It Centre, an amazing thrift store with anything you could want or need; retro ski gear, niknaks, cooking utensils and plenty of crutches for injuries on a budget. But what we really needed was exact change for the bus fare to get there, so the first purchase was a change collecting pot for future bus journeys. So we got the Sharpie markers out and I decorated mine with the forests and mountains and lakes that i'm going to visit when I collect lots of change. It turned out quite well so I made a little pattern collection too called 'Ticket to Ride'.
By Ginette, Nov 9 2016 08:34AM
So here is something a bit different, I tried some landscape painting with acrylics inspired by all the wonderful artists around Whistler and the Sea to Sky area, here are a few of my faves on instagram: Vanessa Stark Kate Zessel Greta Van Campen RP Roberts