George Brown Studio Lab: Mark Butterworth, Mike de Lima and Amy Allicock

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Mark Butterworth, Mike de Lima and Amy Allicock are be producing furniture for the PDA for 40 Oaks project. They were part of an education partnership with George Brown College Studio Lab and Public Displays of Affection.

Mark Butterworth is a designer, deep-thinker, and multidisciplinary strategist currently enrolled at George Brown College’s School of Design. When left with any free time, Mark focuses on managing and designing his personal clothing line called HALFWITS.

Mike de Lima is a freelance graphic designer studying Advertising Design at George Brown College’s School of Design. Mike spends his time free lancing for clients that range from local businesses in the GTA to large corporations like Chase Financial and Universal Music Group.
Amy Allicock is a graphic designer currently enrolled at George Brown College’s School of Design. With a B.A. in psychology from York University, Amy ties in emotional and behavioral communication when taking on any project, whether it be branding, packag- ing or editorial design.

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