Vancouver based George Vergette works primarily with resin but has expanded his medium roster. He is responsible for the large piece in the back dining room, the yellow piece above the bar, and the taxidermy coyote downstairs. According to the artist, his work “uses both medium and content to insert the viewer into each piece, giving a personal dimension to his deceptively minimal works.” George when asked what he would change about Vancouver responded "Gortex and Lululemon", he feels that he most closely associates with Wiener Dogs.
Back room feature
Up Bar Feature
This feature was in the old chambar and was commissioned by Karri, it has continued to evolve over the years, through years of oxidation the yellow background has lightened significantly.
The Waning Light - Featured Downstairs
The waning light features a taxidermy Coyote.
Justin Kane Elder
A Seattle artist Justin Kane Elder uses graffiti techniques to create custom works on canvas. Studied art at the Cornish College of Arts, earning a BFA in 2002 with a focus on painting and sculpture.
Lion Featured Downstairs
This painting was commissioned by karri at a live art show.
In 2005, Bocci was founded in a red barn surrounded by hay fields, on the periphery of Vancouver, Canada. The company launched with one product, 14, which became an instant classic and remains a design staple and bestseller. Today, Bocci has a growing portfolio of contemporary design ranging from light installations through to furniture and electrical sockets. All Bocci designs are developed, engineered, and fabricated in-house through an infrastructure calibrated to provide full control over technique, quality, and scale.
With headquarters in Vancouver and a satellite company in Berlin, Bocci operates as a co-operative community of designers, architects, craftspeople, technicians, agents, governance bodies, testing facilities, raw material suppliers, and fine shops.
Bocci lights located in the entrance area and upper dining area.