Locally designed stationary and text-based things! Regional Assembly of Text is a gift shop that also has its own letter writing club (free typewriter parties!) and a little cozy nook named ‘lowercase gallery’ which features a library of handmade art books and zines!
Website
assemblyoftext.com
Address
Regional Assembly Of Text, Regional Assembly of Text, Vancouver, Canada
Current city: Vancouver
Janice Wu is a visual artist raised and based in Vancouver, Canada. Currently finishing up her Bachelor of Fine Arts at Emily Carr University of Art and Design, she primarily works in pencil and gouache on paper. Her current body of work consists of a collection of watercolor renderings, which deal with material culture, artifacts, and the everyday.
 

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What every coastal town should have! From time to time I get these serious cravings for fast food, yet, I don’t really like when it gets to greasy. That is why I love Go Fish! Go there on a sunny day and just dig in to a pile of freshly deep fried cod and crispy chips, while dangling your feet from the dock.
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