Hand built objects with a past.

Hand-carved linocuts printed on reclaimed wood.

We work as graphic designers, in front of our computers. Sometimes, we felt like the things we made weren’t quite “real.” We wanted to make tangible objects with practical value—by hand.

In the summer of 2012 Finn & Burnsie started as an idea between two friends Chris Cooper and Kevin Kelly. It was something that let us step away from our computers and work with our hands more. We’ve designed and carved logos, wooden signs, beer six packs and custom bike crates for people like Dauphine Bakery, Grant’s Moustache Wax and Duchess Provisions. Whenever possible, we use reclaimed material—it’s there, we might as well use it.

We feel Finn & Burnsie makes products that have purpose and offer value that goes well beyond the mass-produced items you’d find at the mall. We only make things we’d use ourselves or be proud to display.

You can find Finn & Burnsie at craft and art fairs in Edmonton, on our Etsy store or if there’s something special you’d like shoot us an email and we can talk about it.

— FINN & BURNSIE

    Up coming events

  • Market Collective
    May 27-29, 2016
    Chinese Cultural Centre
    197 1st Street SW
    Calgary

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Turned out pretty good. Bring on the school market.
Shop time. Bring on the spray paint!
School projects are fun. Little man learning about making stencils and the simplification and refinement of design.
When worlds collide. Dad help projects, Physiotherapy and wood.
What I lack in speed, I make up for in slow stubbornness.
Turned out pretty good. I'm always impressed by my sons ability to problem solve. #prouddad
Yet again, my son takes over my shop. Catapult school project. Always make a prototype.
Well at least someone is using the shop. #swords #kids #stupidshouldersurgery

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I love talking to people about their ideas and helping to make them a reality. Whether you’re looking for a custom, handmade logo, signage, somewhere to put your beer, or anything else you can think of, let me know.