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25 Apr '17

Chocolate Pearl opens in Duncan

And so it came to pass, in 2016, when it was clear that a new, uber-chic chocolate shop was required for the emerging centre of Old Town Duncan, British Columbia.

If you don’t like chocolate, then you can stop reading … Read More

05 Jul '16

Taiji work graces Times Square in New York City

It’s not every day that a Canadian branding firm’s work is featured in New York, let alone in Times Square. Our Panamanian-based client, Open Blue Cobia, wanted to make a big splash (pun intended) in the US market and, for … Read More

13 Jun '16

Cobia: The Movie and the Dish

Our Panama-based client Open Blue is the leader in open-ocean aquaculture and the world’s largest producer of cobia, a high protein fish renowned for its rich, buttery taste and meaty texture. Recently, we helped Open Blue with the launch of a virtual … Read More

04 Apr '16

Taiji’s latest work spans continents

For a number of years, Taiji has been involved with “Coaches Across Continents”, an international organization that has become a global leader in the “sport for social impact” movement. With sport (particularly soccer) serving as a way to support … Read More

21 Dec '15

Adventurous Taiji Advent Calendars

For those of you who grew up with holiday advent calendars, it’s unlikely you’ve forgotten the precious payload hidden behind those flimsy numbered doors. The fact that each chocolate morsel was likely to be old and stale was more … Read More

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