Richard Rakowitz, CEO of Yeet, Announces New Hyper Experience Technology

Richard Rakowitz

Richard Rakowitz

Richard Rakowitz

Richard Rakowitz

Richard Rakowitz

Richard Rakowitz

Richard Rakowitz

Richard Rakowitz

Richard Rakowitz

Richard Rakowitz

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, April 2, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Yeet, the well-known lifestyle brand for gamers, today announced their new proprietary Yeet Hyper Experience Technology, debuting in the new Yeet monster joystick, the world’s first esports gaming joystick with true hyper capabilities. Yeet’s Hyper Experience Technology surpasses the industry-standard expectations of the regular gaming tools by vastly improving the gaming equipment on all sides, providing the aforementioned equipment with high responsiveness, speed, and reliability.

Currently, most top gaming joysticks support regular and moderately competitive gaming, and whilst most manufacturers have focused on making joysticks more comfortable and easier to use, little consideration has been given to the capabilities and responses of these joysticks in a high intensity setting. With faster PCs and more intense video games, higher quality joysticks can eliminate the possibility of the joystick breaking fast while keeping the smoothness of the games, significantly improving gameplay performance when a fraction of a second can be the difference between winning or losing.

“Quality and smoothness are very important parts of gameplay that significantly affects the overall gaming experience – and yet, it is overlooked by many companies that focused for too long on providing different types of designs while forgetting gaming competitiveness. Unlike regular joysticks, Yeet’s Monster Joystick higher quality, smoothness, and adaptability to the user’s gaming style would benefit everyone from casual to professional players by shaving off important milliseconds from the overall reaction time,” said Richard Rakowitz, CEO of Yeet. “During the development and testing process, we had the experience of a large pool of competitive players and gaming enthusiasts, many of whom reported significantly smoother and more responsive input when using the Hyper ExperienceTechnology featured in the new Monster Joystick esports gaming joystick.”

At least 8x faster – the science behind its speed
The speed of the new joystick is largely attributed to the lower frequency of the hardware which enables it to transfer the signal from and to the joystick at high speed. That, along with its responsiveness and highly adaptable keys makes the gaming experience richer, faster, and smoother which is something sought after by many gamers all around the world.

Yeet’s Hyper Experience Technology can send more up-to-date data to better match a console’s faster refresh rate. As a result, the delay between the latest report and the console’s frame rendering is much less when compared to that of the regular joystick’s rate, resulting in smoother and more up-to-date gaming control.

With higher input rates, the input delay can be significantly reduced, minimizing micro-stutters and abnormalities in the gaming control, resulting in smooth, accurate use of the joystick and, by extension, the game. Yeet’z Hyper experience Technology not only provides the fastest click latency, but also keeps the click-to-click variance to an absolute minimum – making it better than its other competitors from other leading gaming technologies.

Outpace the competition with Hyper Monster Joystick

Hyper Monster is the first Yeet peripheral to feature Yeet’s Hyper Experience Technology, making use of 3 key elements in one device to create the world’s fastest competitive gaming joystick. The previous generation’s adaptable keys, the comfortable design of Yeet joysicks, and the Hyper Experience Technology, deliver a gaming joystick with unrivaled speed, precision, and responsiveness.

The new generation of Yeet joysticks have been improved with greater tactile feedback, making each click feel and sound more comfortable than before. Eliminating the need for any additional delay used in traditional joysticks, this lightning-fast actuation is complemented by Hyper Experience Technology to provide the lowest input latency, helping gamers achieve those pro-levels of reaction times. Hyper-fast and durable, the new generation of Yeet joysticks are built to last.

Down to every last detail, a first-class experience:

This groundbreaking technology is packed into a solid, comfortable chasis, weighing just 150 grams. The Hyper Monster is fitted with the latest connectivity hardware and features Yeet’s high speed Cable to ensure fluid gaming even when the joystick is charging.

Through Yeet’s app, gamers can change the preprogrammed commands into what they see fit, assign secondary functions, and save all profile configurations to the joystick’s on-board memory. With enough storage for up to four on-board memory profiles, gamers enjoy instant access to their personalized settings wherever they are.

A stark upgrade over its predecessor, the Hyper Monster incorporates most of Yeet’s technology innovations to achieve a level of performance that has not been achieved before.

“Gaming is no longer just a way to entertain oneself, it’s a profession. That is indeed why both the regular and the professional gamers need the best equipment to have the best experience” is what Richard Rakowitz stated when referring to his latest technology that is supposed to bring a revolution to the gaming world. For more information, feel free to call 332-203-4134.

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The Canadian's Guide to Online Grocery Shopping in Vancouver

Online Grocery Store Near Me Vancouver

Online Grocery Store Near Me Vancouver

Online Grocery Store Near Me West Vancouver

Online Grocery Store Near Me West Vancouver

Farm to Table Online Grocery Store

Farm to Table Online Grocery Store

As society advances, people no longer need to set foot inside a grocery store. Get the guide to online grocery shopping in Vancouver here.

VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, April 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — With or without the pandemic, online grocery shopping will definitely become a trend in 2021 and beyond. In fact, a recent survey shows that 86% of Canadians would like their groceries delivered to their homes.

That's a significant percentage of the population who is interested in click-and-deliver.

If you live in the Vancouver area, then you have a lot of options to contend with. That's great because it means the online grocery shopping in Vancouver will need to innovate to get more of the market share.

The winner in all this is you, the customer.

Read on to see what are your options when online grocery shopping in Vancouver, and what are the various delivery fees.

Instacart – Hire a Shopper to Grocery Shop for You
The first option you are probably going to look at is Instacart. It's so convenient because you can hire someone to go grocery shopping for you.

You get a shopper assigned to you, depending on the delivery times, and slots you requested.

Depending on your requests, the shopper will go out into the grocery store, like Wal-mart, Loblaws, T&T, Superstore and select your groceries, pay for them, and deliver them to you.

The positive aspect here is that you get a real live human who's experienced at grocery shopping, picking the best produce and items for you.

The hard thing about this is that you are choosing slots for delivery, which means that if you don't order in advance, you might end up with an undesirable slot.

Ensure that you add in as many instructions as you can. Also, if you can give your shopper alternatives to your list, that would be ideal.

The delivery fee for Instacart is $3.99 for same-day orders over $35.

Amazon Fresh Does Grocery Delivery Through Whole Foods
There are 13 Whole Foods stores in Canada, 7 in Ontario, and 6 in British Columbia. This is what Amazon Fresh leverages when they deliver fresh groceries to customers in Toronto and Vancouver.

Amazon will offer produce, dairy, and frozen food through this online grocery shopping method.

With a prime membership (which is $79 a year), you can get one- and two-hour membership delivery services.

Specific Grocery Stores Do Their Own Delivery as Well
Grocery stores West Vancouver like the ones below do their own grocery delivery and can be helpful if you prefer the brands or the items that come from a particular store.

Save-On-Foods (minimum order value of $40)
Kiki's (free delivery on orders over $30)
Spud (free delivery on orders over $99)
Stongs (minimum order of $50 and $10.99 for delivery)
Farm to Table Market (minimum order of $60 and free delivery)
If you have already been visiting these stores for grocery shopping, then this makes your decision even easier.

One of the issues with online grocery shopping in Vancouver is that currently due to the influx of customers, many stores are running out of stock. But that's a temporary situation, to be sure.

Prepared Meals Delivered to Your Door in Vancouver
If you are the kind of person who loves eating home-cooked meals, but doesn't actually want to spend time making the meal, then prepared meals delivered to your door are the ticket.

The great thing about prepared meals is that you don't have to sacrifice taste, or health when ordering such meals. They are chockfull of delicious, and nutritious ingredients that will skyrocket your productivity and energy.

There are many such delivery services in Vancouver that you could avail yourself of.

Meals on Wheels
Fed Fed Fed
MakeGoodFood.ca
Farm to Table Market
If you are concerned about the efficacy of ordering prepared meals, try them out once or twice, and then compare them to your home-cooked meals.

Not only will you save time with these prepared meals, but you will also save on costs, especially since some prepared meal options use top-notch ingredients, spices, and herbs that you wouldn't have in your pantry.

The Unique Offering of Farm to Table Market
The brilliant thing about using Farm to Table Market for your prepared meals and grocery needs is that they source a lot of their products locally!

You might be concerned about the environmental implications of transporting food from all over the world to Vancouver, the number of resources wasted, the manpower required, and such.

This is called your food footprint and it matters.

Everyone wants to take care of their health and eat nutritious foods, but not at the cost of Mother Earth and the environment. Going green isn't a cool thing to do anymore, it's a necessity to sustain life beyond our generation.

That's where Farm to Table Market comes in. They scour local vendors, growers and farmers, constantly searching for fresh, nutritious, and unique products, to share with you.

This ensures that everything you buy from them is a quality product.

This is not to say that this will limit you and your foodie senses in any way. You will still be able to completely please your culinary needs, take care of your health, and ensure a bright future for the next generation of Canadians.

There is an art and a science to selecting the best growers, knowing what the food's personality is like, and when to pick them and bring them into the store. It isn't as simple as it might sound.

Put your trust in Farm to Table Market as they have been doing this for 8 years now, ever since they began in a quiet Ambleside Park neighbourhood.

There Are Many Options for Online Grocery Shopping in Vancouver
Online grocery shopping in Vancouver keeps on expanding and growing as the demands of customers like you keep transforming.

The main thing for you to remember is that there is no need to sacrifice your palate and health when you are using your credit card to do grocery delivery.

As long as you plan 24-48 hours in advance, and remember to stick to your favourites, you will do fine.

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Sculptures by Steven Weinberg, nude study drawings by Richard Prince are in Bruneau & Co.'s April 8th online auction

Three nude study drawings by Richard Prince (N.Y., b. 1949) will be sold as one lot, with a pre-sale estimate of $20,000-$30,000. Prince’s work has been exhibited in numerous museums.

Untitled polished clear glass cove boat sculpture by Steven Weinberg (American, b. 1954), with bullicante bubbles wrapped in cobalt blue textured glass (est. $6,000-$9,000).

Trompe l’oeil oil on board still life painting signed by Fernand Renard (French, b. 1912), depicting exquisitely rendered oysters beside a lemon, plus olives (est. 2,000-$4,000).

Impressionist watercolor landscape painting on paper by Margaret Jordan Patterson (Mass., 1867-1950), titled Hills with Chestnut Trees, artist signed (est. $800-$1,200).

Circa 1907 gold pocket watch made by the Waltham (Mass.) Watch Company, in a 14kt gold case decorated with a shield and a face with Roman numerals (est. $400-$600).

More than 400 quality lots have been pulled from prominent estates and collections across New England. The auction has a start time of 6 pm Eastern time.

I expect a fun auction with an eclectic mix of antiques and decorative arts sure to stir up some interest. It's great to see Steven Weinberg like what we had in the past. I find his glass remarkable. ”

— Kevin Bruneau

CRANSTON, RI, UNITED STATES, April 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers’ online-only Spring Estate Fine Art & Antique auction planned for Thursday, April 8th at 6 pm Eastern time features over 400 lots of paintings, decorative arts, furniture, fine jewelry, silver, Asian arts and collectibles, pulled from prominent estates and collections across New England. Telephone and absentee bids will also be accepted.

“Having an online-only auction certainly takes away the action-packed feeling of a live sale, but the safety of our customers and employees is most important,” said Travis Landry, a Bruneau & Co. auctioneer and Director of Pop Culture. “Also, by using Bidlive.BruneauandCo.com on our mobile app, bidders are able to pay the same buyer's premium as if they were here in person.”

Kevin Bruneau, the president and owner of Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, said he expects “a fun auction with a good eclectic mix of antiques and decorative arts sure to stir up some interest. It's great to see another Steven Weinberg like what we had in the past. I find his glass remarkable.

He was referring to two glass sculptures by Weinberg (American, b. 1954) that will be offered as separate lots. One is an untitled polished clear glass cove boat sculpture, with bullicante bubbles wrapped in cobalt blue textured glass (est. $6,000-$9,000). The 6 ½ inch tall sculpture is signed on the bottom edge. Weinberg was a two-time recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts grant. His sculptures are highly prized by collectors.

The other piece is an untitled Buoy Series vase-shaped clear glass sculpture with textured rust and a green overshot exterior (est. $2,000-$3,000). The sculpture is approximately twelve inches tall and eight inches in diameter, and has been signed on the bottom edge. Weinberg’s work has been shown in museums that including the Louvre in Paris, the Metropolitan Museum of Art (N.Y.) and the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C.

Three nude study drawings by Richard Prince (N.Y., b. 1949) will be sold as one lot, with a pre-sale estimate of $20,000-$30,000. They include a charcoal drawing depicting the back of a nude woman glancing over her shoulder, a red pastel drawing of a nude woman facing away from the viewer with her hair in a bun, and an ink study of an androgynous subject facing away from the viewer. Prince’s work has been exhibited in numerous museums.

A trompe l’oeil oil on board still life painting by Fernand Renard (French, b. 1912), depicting exquisitely rendered oysters beside a lemon, along with a smattering of olives
resting before a glistening wine glass, is expected to realize $2,000-$4,000. The work is 9 ½ inches by 13 inches (sight, less frame), and is signed “Renard” in the lower right corner. Renard is one of Europe’s oldest living artists. He was born prior to World War I.

A pair of Knoll Wassily chairs by Marcel Breuer (N.Y./Hungary, 1902-1981), featuring deep brown leather strapping and rich golden colored threading over seamless chrome frames, will be sold as one lot with a pre-sale estimate of $1,500-$3,500. The chairs are from the collection of a Newport, Rhode Island gentleman who purchased them directly from Knoll in 1978. One has a label reading, “Knoll International, September 27, 1977”.

An impressionist watercolor landscape painting on paper by Margaret Jordan Patterson (Mass., 1867-1950), depicting vibrant foliage along a mountain path, should gavel for $800-$1,200. The work, titled Hills with Chestnut Trees, is artist signed lower left corner and titled on verso. It measures 14 ¾ inches by 17 ¾ inches (sight, less frame). Patterson studied in Boston and took numerous trips to Europe to do sketches for her woodblocks.

A wood and leather station wagon nightstand by Paul Frankl (Austria/Calif., 1886-1958) for Johnson Furniture, having a rectangular top with a beveled edge over three drawers with leather strap pulls, is estimated to change hands for $300-$500. Frankl had a gallery on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, where his client list included such A-list celebrities as Fred Astaire, Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, Walter Huston and Alfred Hitchcock.

A circa 1907 gold pocket watch made by the Waltham (Mass.) Watch Company, in a 14kt gold case decorated with a shield and having a face featuring Roman numeral numbering and inner workings set to a hunting movement configuration, should fetch $400-$600. The watch, housed in a handsome glass display dome, is marked “P. S. Bartlett, Waltham, Mass.” on the face. It came from the collection of a Jamestown, Rhode Island woman.

Internet bidding will be facilitated by LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com, Bidsquare.com, bidLIVE.Bruneauandco.com and the mobile app “Bruneau & Co.” on iTunes or GooglePlay.

Previews of all individual items will be available by appointment only, the week of auction. To schedule an appointment, call 401-533-9980; or, send an email to info@bruneauandco.com. The gallery is located at 63 Fourth Avenue in Cranston. All COVID-19 protocols will be enforced.

Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers will hold its first-ever Arms & Militaria auction on Saturday, May 1st, at 10 am Eastern time. This is the inaugural auction of Bruneau & Co.’s newly created Arms & Militaria department, being overseen by director Joel Bohy. Consignments are being accepted for this auction. Confidential inquiries may be emailed to Mr. Bohy at joel@bruneauandco.com.

Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers is always accepting quality consignments for future auctions, with commissions as low as zero percent. Now would be a perfect time to clean out your attic. To contact Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers about consigning a single piece or an entire collection, you may send an e-mail to info@bruneauandco.com. Or, you can phone them at 401-533-9980.

To learn more about Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers and the Spring Estate Fine Art & Antique auction planned for Thursday, April 8th, visit www.bruneauandco.com. Updates posted often.

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Travis Landry
Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers
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Let Yourself Look: Talking Art of the Day April 2021

Barebrush Art Calendar April 2021

Apr 2021 Art of the Day Calendar

Art logo for Barebrush website in Red, Yellow and Blue

Barebrush.com Logo

Ilene Skeen describes the art, gives info about and from the artist.  Finds the meaning.

VIDEO: Nude on Net Chair: Talking Art of the Day 2021 (Link below, watch on YouTube)

When you enjoy art, you connect with your inner self.”

— Ilene Skeen, artist & founder

SARASOTA / BRADENTON, FL, UNITED STATES, April 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — April is renewal. Weather warms. Flowers bloom. Spring revives us all. We want to get out and look at the world. Some people are out. Some people are still extra cautious. All have been through a hellish year. It's time to reconnect with people and with our inner selves. Barebrush artist and founder, Ilene Skeen says,

"When you enjoy art, you connect with your inner self. Your inner self connects you with the world in new and unexpected ways. Find your inner self, and you will find people, old and new."

Today, Barebrush announces Let Yourself Look: Talking Art of the Day April 2021. Barebrush presents 30 artworks by contemporary artists in visual media and short videos. The April calendar and videos launch with a fine art photo, Eye Contact, by Peter Wong King of New Mexico. The portrait features a young woman, head in hands with a riveting gaze. Peter writes,

"Models I work with know being comfortable and at ease shows through my work… I bring out their natural honest beauty."

April 1st, 2021 is day number 9,349 in the Barebrush calendars. In a year, when the world changed, Barebrush changed with it. Beginning in September '20, Barebrush launched a new video series, "Talking Art of the Day."

The "Art of the Day" Method

In each art video, Ilene follows a simple method to answer three questions: What do you see? Who's the artist? What's the point? To answer, Ilene creates a narrative of specific details that you, the viewer can see. Ilene uses close-ups. She adds lines, arrows, and other art tools for emphasis. Then she shares what the artist says about the work. Finally, she tries to tease out a point. She welcomes comments and disagreement. It's all good. The 200+ videos are fast and fun, averaging under 3 minutes.

The Barebrush Art of the Day calendar

Each Barebrush calendar features contemporary artworks in various media. These include photos, oils, watercolor, mixed media, and sculpture. You see the beauty of art created by artists working today, revealed day by day. You see the tantalizing art of the nude. You get the words of the artists. Other art calendars use one image per month or week. Barebrush showcases unique artwork for each day of the month. The art of the day is yours to see, enjoy and treasure. On the Art-of-the-Day calendar page, you can see the current calendar art revealed over time.

About "Talking Art of the Day" Videos
In each art video, Ilene follows a simple method answering three questions: What do you see? Who's the artist? What's the point? To answer these questions, Ilene creates a narrative of specific details. Then she looks at what the artist says about the work. Finally, she teases out a point. The videos are fast and fun, averaging under 3 minutes. She welcomes comments and questions.

About Barebrush.com
Barebrush shows paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, and mixed media visual art. The monthly art displays began in 2006. Thousands of works are online for your viewing pleasure. Over 1,000 are for sale. Art lovers may contact the artist or request Barebrush to act as an agent.

The goal of Barebrush is to delight art lovers. Our art shows expertise and emotional impact. Our dedicated artists enjoy sharing their vision with the world. All monthly art displays are easy to access in the archives.

About the Art of the Day Videos
The video series started on September 1, 2020. Barebrush shows nudes and other genres. Barebrush complies with YouTube's community policy. To avoid misunderstanding and condemnation, videos featuring nude art are labeled "Mature Content" by Barebrush. Viewers must be over 18 to see the videos or subscribe. Barebrush warns viewers that if they are offended by nude art, they should not visit the Barebrush.com website.

About Ilene Skeen
Ilene Skeen, MBA, is the founder of Barebrush and a member of the Salmagundi Club of New York City since 1999. She is also an artist, author, speaker, and coach.

Barebrush is the premiere ad-free, non-porn, fine art website. Online since 2006, proving it's OKAY+ to enjoy the art of the nude.

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Photographers Will Elevate Their Skillset with New Creators Course Launching April 5th

Comprehensive program designed to give purpose to students’ photography workflow.

Next Generation Learning Experience Includes 20+ Hours of Training, 70 Lessons, Private Community for Critiques, Q&As, And Much More

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, April 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — AndrewOptics and Meshna Media, leading photography educators with thousands of students and hundreds of thousands of followers, have teamed up to deliver a truly one of a kind, next generation learning experience for photographers of all skill levels. The platform, Photography for Creators, includes 20+ hours of training, 70 lessons both in the field and the editing room, a private community for critiques, Q&As, and much more. Registration for Photography for Creators opens April 5th, 2021 at 9:00am PST, and is expected to sell out quickly!

“Whether you are a just picking up a camera, or have years of experience under your belt, these guys are going to help you out big time,” commented Justin Morphis, current student. “They break everything down in a way that will resonate with you, and the most important thing is that you’ll gain confidence in yourself and your work. Once you have the confidence, you can finally create the images you’ve always wanted to but just didn’t know how.”

Traditionally, online photography training has been taught behind the computer with limited information on “how”, and almost none of the “why”. Photography for Creators virtually takes students out in the field for a fresh, over the shoulder approach to learning that goes well beyond simply showing the use of tools, gear, and methods, but rather how to utilize them to create what they envision. With a full understanding of the “how” and “why”, students will learn how to make purpose-driven decisions to enhance their photography throughout the entire creative process.

Gone are the days of aimlessly pointing the camera or fiddling with sliders on the computer!

With the explosion of new apps like TikTok and Instagram Reels, many creators claim to be experts when in reality they simply are not. Andrew and Kyle bring thousands of hours of field and editing experience to the course, and are boiling down their collective 12 years of knowledge into easily digestible lessons to help new students become photo masters.

What’s Included / What to Expect
Photography for Creators offers a comprehensive system and holistic approach to learning photography. The system builds of itself and follows five modules:
* The Fundamentals – establishing a baseline mindset and mastering camera settings, exposure triangle, gear choice, weather tracking and more.
* Controlling Composition – in the field instruction to control composition, maximize creativity, and capture emotion evoking images.
* Technical Tactician – mastering the intricacies of Lightroom and Photoshop from top to bottom.
* Editing Wizard – move past learning what each tool does, to understanding how to best utilize them. In other words, the WHY.
* The Whole Shebang – pulling everything together with full start-to-finish tutorials with a holistic approach.

“This isn’t a quick fix approach to better photography, or striving towards an unattainable social media lifestyle. Kyle and I are just creative people who’ve learned what it takes to succeed – we put in the work,” commented Andrew Wille, Co-Owner of Photography for Creators. “This truly is the most comprehensive content we’ve ever put out there, and we cannot wait to help a whole new batch of creators achieve their dreams.”

To help maintain the level of support that’s needed to provide students with the best results possible, Andrew and Kyle and only accepting 300 students before closing the doors. Spots will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. For registration access one day early, join the Early Bird Waitlist here: www.photographyforcreators.com/early-bird

Photography with Purpose Framework
Engrained in each lesson of the course is the Photography with Purpose Framework. The framework is designed to teach creators how to make purpose-driven decisions that enhance their work. By following the framework outlined in the course, students will elevate their photography above and beyond what was ever previously possible.

Limited Availability
The Photography for Creators course comes with 24/7 access to over 20+ hours of content, 70 lessons, monthly Q&A calls with Andrew and Kyle, access to a private Facebook group with like minded creatives, and much more. It will only be available at www.photographyforcreators.com from 4/5/21 – 4/9/21 or until the limited 300 spots are filled.

About AndrewOptics, LLC
Andrew Wille is an award-winning, Los Angeles based photographer and content creator known for his urban and landscape photography. His striking style and attention to detail have led him to working with many top brands including Adobe, Google, Mazda, Snapchat, Xbox, and more. In addition, he is also a trusted brand ambassador for WANDRD, Slik Tripods, Specialized Helicopters, and PolarPro.  Andrew has always believed that a single photo has the ability to inspire or even change someone's life, and he tries to embody that in each of his photographs. For more information on Andrew, visit: www.andrewoptics.com.

About Meshna Media, LLC
Kyle Meshna is a photographer and videographer based in San Francisco, California known for his landscape and adventure photography and educational videos. Kyle specializes in short-form educational content and has taught thousands of students how to improve their photography through short videos, illustrations, and in depth tutorials. He strives to give the gift of photography to others, in hopes that they too can adopt the passion that has inspired him to get outside for so many years. He has also worked with brands such as Xbox, MVMT, Onewheel, PolarPro, Juiced Bikes, and many more. For more information on Kyle, visit: www.meshna.com

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Miller & Miller's online Canadiana & Folk Art auction, April 17th, will feature the Canadiana collection of Marty Osler

Circa 1960 painting on green board by Maud Lewis (Canadian, 1903-1970) of a local cove with the red-roofed Lynch House and ferry Princess Helene entering the harbor (est. $8,000-$12,000).

Quebec architectural one-piece cupboard-on-table with original paint, brass hinges, knob and slide lock; cupboard section having an arched top over one door (est. $8,000-$12,000).

Oil on canvas painting signed by the self-taught artist Chief James Beaver (1846-1925), one of Ontario’s famed “Six Nations Artists”, 22 inches by 36 ½ inches (sight) (est. $2,000-$4,000).

Waterloo County two-piece cupboard with the original paint and excellent proportions, 87 inches tall by 20 inches wide; overpaint professionally cleaned by Alan Clairman (est. $4,000-$6,000).

Fine burl bowl with great form and color, 20 ½ inches in diameter and made in Ontario circa 1840, with great lift, gorgeous patina and no cracks, hand-turned (est. $3,000-$5,000).

Other categories will include furniture, paintings, pottery and stoneware, tools, toys and banks, architectural and nautical. The sale begins at 9 am Eastern.

Marty Osler is a true collector. You can see his passion for history and the human experience reflected in the objects he acquired. We discovered great things that are of museum quality. ”

— Peter Baker

NEW HAMBURG, ONTARIO, CANADA, April 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — An online-only Canadiana & Folk Art auction featuring the lifetime Canadiana collection of Marty Osler will be held on Saturday, April 17th, at 9 am Eastern time, by Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd., based in New Hamburg. Online bidding will be via LiveAuctioneers.com and the Miller & Miller website: www.MillerandMillerAuctions.com.

In all, 306 lots will cross the auction block. In addition to Canadiana and folk art, categories will include furniture, paintings, pottery, stoneware, tools, toys and banks, architectural and nautical. There will be no in-person event due to COVID-19, but bidders can tune in to the live webcast on auction day to watch lots close in real time. Telephone and absentee bids will be accepted.

“Marty Osler is a true collector. You can see his passion for history and the human experience reflected in the objects he acquired,” said auction adviser Peter Baker, adding, “We discovered great things that haven’t seen the light of day for thirty years and many are of museum quality.”

Included are over twenty important “book” pieces and objects that span Canada’s geographic regions, ranging from a dated crooked knife from Nova Scotia to a Haida dance paddle from the West Coast. “In addition to the high-end material, there are lots of interesting items that will appeal to beginning collectors,” Baker said. “This is truly a something-for-everyone auction.”

One lot certain to attract attention is a circa 1960 painting on green board by Maud Lewis (Canadian, 1903-1970) of a favorite local cove with the red-roofed Lynch House on the shore and the ferry Princess Helene entering the harbor. The Princess Helene operated between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia for 30 years. The signed, framed work should bring $8,000-$12,000.

All prices quoted in this report are in Canadian dollars and include the buyer’s premium.

Canadian furniture pieces will feature several fine cupboards, to include the following:

• A Quebec architectural one-piece cupboard-on-table with original paint, brass hinges, knob and slide lock; the cupboard section having an arched top over a single door supported in the front by white painted Corinthian columns (est. $8,000-$12,000).
• A Waterloo County two-piece cupboard with the original paint and excellent proportions, 87 inches tall by 20 inches wide, the overpaint professionally cleaned by the legendary Alan Clairman to show lighter color panels on a light brown case (est. $4,000-$6,000).
• A Western Canada Ukrainian two-piece cupboard in the original burgundy red paint with green highlights, likely made in Saskatchewan between 1900 and 1920, 84 inches tall by 18 ½ inches wide, with a diamond motif in upper and lower doors (est. $2,000-$3,000).

An oil on canvas painting signed by the self-taught artist Chief James Beaver (1846-1925), one of Ontario’s famed “Six Nations Artists” who also painted houses and buildings, 22 inches by 36 ½ inches (sight) should bring $2,000-$4,000. Also, an exquisite circa 1929 cruiser model made by Ditchburn Boat company (Lake Muskoka, Canada, established 1871), 28 inches long, with bow pennant, original canvas canopy and a lifeboat, is expected to sail away for $1,000-$1,500.

A fine burl bowl with great form and color, 20 ½ inches in diameter and made in Ontario circa 1840, with great lift, gorgeous patina and no cracks, hand-turned with a faintly incised double rim, should realize $3,000-$5,000; while a circa 1890-1900 Western Cree pipe bag with a beaded floral panel of red flowers with blue centers, purple flowers with yellow centers and a blue leaf, all on a white ground and in a 36 inch by 13 ½ inch frame, is expected to reach $1,000-$1,500.

An early 19th century Ontario harvest table with a three-sided box stretcher and a single drop leaf supported by a plank draw support, in the original red/brown paint and with the original knobs, 66 inches long by 27 ½ inches wide, has an estimate of $2,500-$3,500. Also, a carved pine Nova Scotia footstool in the original brown paint with chip-carved motifs, made in Lunenburg in the early 19th century with a carved top with a central snowflake design, should hit $2,000-$3,000.

Walking sticks are in the auction, to include an allegorical walking stick from North Bay (Ontario), with a great surface and carved details, including hearts, dogs, a horse, a crescent moon and other images, circa 1870-1880 (est. $3,000-$5,000); and a 19th century burled head walking stick with a carved head as the pommel and natural burl for the hair and a beautiful burled surface on the shaft, all with a deep surface patina from years of use (est. $2,000-$3,000).

A figure in full walking mode made from found materials by Edward Rentz (Canadian, 1908-1995), shown carrying two suitcases with a sign saying, “The hell with Canada, I am going to Winnipeg”, 12 ½ inches tall, signed and dated 1984, should garner $1,000-$1,500. Also, a circa 1900 model of a sealskin Bering Sea / Alaska style kayak (yup’ik), with two cockpits, exhibiting great patina, mounted on a contemporary base, 42 inches long, is expected to make $800-$1,200.

An exceptional carved slide-top pencil box made around 1800 in Saint-Henri-de-Levis, Quebec, with the original untouched brown painted surface and incised with the name Germain Roberge on the bottom, 8 ¼ inches long, has an estimate of $2,500-$4,500; while a late 19th century Quebec double-sided game board (checkers and dames) in brown cream paint with finely painted green vines and red berries / rosebuds in each keeper section, should command $1,000-$1,500.

A safe-viewing preview (where all COVID-19 protocols will be in place and observed) will be held April 14th, 15th and 16th, from 1 pm-5 pm Eastern time in the Miller & Miller Auctions gallery at 59 Webster Street, New Hamburg, Ontario. Masks will be required of all attendees. To schedule a preview, call (519) 662-4800; or send an email to info@millerandmillerauctions.com.

Miller & Miller Auctions is Canada’s trusted seller of high-value collections and is always accepting quality consignments. The firm specializes in watches and jewelry, art, antiques and high-value collectibles. Its mission is to provide collectors with a trusted place to buy and sell.

To consign a single piece, an estate or a collection, you may call them at (519) 573-3710; or, e-mail to info@millerandmillerauctions.com. To learn more about Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. and the Canadiana & Folk Art online-only auction scheduled for Saturday, April 17th at 9 am Eastern time, please visit www.MillerandMillerAuctions.com. Updates are posted frequently.

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Ethan Miller
Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd.
+1 519-573-3710
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Source: EIN Presswire

Burgopak release first publication, sharing insights and expertise on power of packaging in Financial product delivery.

Burgopak 'welcome to the club' - the definitive guide to card packaging design

Burgopak ‘welcome to the club’ – the definitive guide to card packaging design

Burgopak welcome to the fold - The Devil is in the details of packaging design

Burgopak welcome to the fold – The Devil is in the details of packaging design

Burgopak e-book - Welcome to the Club - your decisive guide to fintech packaging design

Burgopak e-book – Welcome to the Club – your decisive guide to fintech packaging design

At the forefront of packaging design in the financial sector, Burgopak share studio secrets on card packaging design featuring top challengers and neobanks.

It’s gorgeous, edgy, and chock full of inspiration.”

— Aaron Singer, CEO Tearsheet

LONDON, UK, UK, April 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ —

FinTech’s are winning new customers by putting people at the centre of their brands. As generations, older and younger change the way they bank, and communities search for more diverse and inclusive banking solutions, those listening and innovating in their product delivery are harnessing an opportunity to break away from the traditional and create challenger products making waves across a very traditional industry. In turn, a people centred approach is also building a community of organic brand ambassadors taking to social platforms and word-of-mouth to share enthusiasm and excitement for this new empowering movement.

At the forefront of packaging design in the financial sector, Burgopak share studio secrets for the first time including practical insights and creative inspiration on the power of packaging for card and financial services. The title ‘Welcome to the club’ encapsulates the voice behind every card delivery and the power that your carrier holds when it reaches customer hands.

Featuring leading challengers and financial providers, the book explores the relationship between brand and packaging, practical steps for unboxing design, increasing product activation with clever packaging integrations, and practical tools to drive down costs with smart design and cardboard engineering.

“It’s gorgeous, edgy, and chock full of inspiration.” Aaron Singer, CEO Tearsheet

Committed to good environmental practice, the limited print book was beautifully bound by Feburman printers. Feburman have been awarded the Carbon Smart Blue Award in recognition of their commitment to the environment by measuring carbon emissions and putting in place action plans and policy to reduce impact.

“Choosing a printer that met our environmental aspirations was integral to the release of our first book. Acknowledging both the tactile nature of cards and packaging, and the sustainable innovations rising up in the financial sector was essential and we feel like the book hits both points very nicely.” Dane Whitehurst, Creative Director, Burgopak

Produced on FSC approved materials, the pages are printed on Zen paper 150gsm, with a white Plike 330gsm cover and perfect bound spine. This tactile premium board – an already popular choice among many of Burgopak’s existing fintech clients – reflects the nature of the changing face of finance. The texture and appearance acts as a familiar nod to those clients as well as inspiration to the many start-ups entering this competitive field. Complimented with a subtle silver pantone to the title ‘Welcome to the club’, this addition also adds a level of luxury that speaks to the metal movement so popular in this sector.

“I always keep an eye out for nice card designs since it’s an important part, and only physical part of marketing of fully digital players. The packing is just as important to impress your clients, and Burgopak stands out in these designs. The book summarizes some great designs. Loved reading it and good for inspiration for every Fintech/Neobank!” Marcel van Oost, Fintech Influencer

If you’d like to request a copy of ‘Welcome to the Club’ by Burgopak, or learn more about Burgopak packaging you can reach out at info@burgopak.com. Also available in digital form, you can request your e-book here.

Alethea Price
Burgopak
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Source: EIN Presswire