Poly is a small, multi-disciplinary creative studio operating at the intersection of art and design.

I have extensive experience in developing creative solutions across diverse media, including identity design, illustration, packaging and custom lettering. Partnering closely with clients and collaborators, I work to establish a unique approach to each project’s distinct challenges.

Poly is a natural extension of my desire to create sincere and meaningful work – I care a great deal about these projects, and aim to bring character and enthusiasm into everything I do.

Jamie Lawson
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I briefly attended McMaster University in Hamilton for Fine Arts, before apprenticing at a small design company, where I would discover the building blocks of a design career. I currently live in Hamilton, Ontario with my wife, illustrator Jacqui Oakley, our child and our records.

I’ve also continued to pursue fine art and music, having displayed paintings in various solo and group exhibitions in Hamilton and Toronto and performing as Brother Tiger.

Suspiria | #ilovefilmseries | Wednesday, January 30, 8PM
Looking for reasons to see #Suspiria?
Check out this fantastic review this 2018 remake of the horror cult classic, by @verge and then get your tickets for the January screening!
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As Christmas gears up again, a quick seasonal request. I choose not to drink alcohol, but there are plenty of people I know out there who can't drink through addiction. This is a hard season for them. Tip: if someone politely refuses an alcoholic drink, don't keep asking 🙂 x

Reddit is mostly bad but the other day I learned on that website that the Menendez Brothers are in the background of this basketball card and that logistically this would be between when they killed their parents and when they were arrested and I cannot stop thinking about it. https://t.co/fMb5ugLX2m poly_studio photo

You’re influenced by film title designer Pablo Ferro and you probably don’t even know it.

Art of the Title's @lolamachine talked to key figures in film and design about what #PabloFerro meant to them, for @AIGAeyeondesign
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