Tyco Tat is a Toronto-based designer that sees the world as a creative playground of endless possibilities. Tyco is an Industrial Design major at the Ontario College of Art & Design, and a graduate of the University of Waterloo's Faculty of Applied Health Sciences.

Tychotic Design is a studio practice created by Tyco as an outlet to implement his design philosophy. The focus lies in designing and building furniture, lighting, and accessories for the contemporary home that help bring harmony, flexibility and balance to our lives. A core value of the design practice lies in approaching the creative process in a socially and environmentally conscious way.

Tyco's design work continually explores how objects can be made to transform and adapt through user interaction, often in playful and thought-provoking ways. He exhibits a keen sensibility towards craft and finds beauty in the mark of the hand. This, along with a curiosity for experimenting with materials and production methods, forms an important part of Tyco's design philosophy.


E.U. Autowerks was founded in June 2004 by Courtney Walsh, a licensed German car technician since 1983 and a qualified Porsche Master Technician. After working within the dealership network for 20 years, he decided it was time to venture out on his own with a goal of providing great service at a fair price.

With a talented team of technicians and experienced front man Domenic Galati, Autowerks is now known as the area’s european car specialists. Autowerks provides scheduled maintenance, wheel alignments, tire install, wheel balance, track day prep, electrical diagnosis and performancef upgrades in a clean and bright environment.

Vehicles that we service include Porsche, Ferrari, BMW, Audi, Mercedes Benz and Volkswagen. E.U. Autowerks also provides an alternative for out of warranty vehicles, whether you drive a family sedan or a weekend toy our team has you covered.


Established in New York over 150 years ago in 1853, MOTUL had its roots in the whale-oil business, used for lanterns. Owned by the Rockefeller Group and operated as a subsidiary of Standard Oil Company, the company was later managed and run by Swan Finch and in 1919, came to known as the Swan Finch Company.

Having established its headquarters in the USA, the Swan Finch Company expanded its lubricant business and started exporting to Europe. In 1932, the Zaugg family, a French distributor bought out the Swan Finch Company, but kept the MOTUL brand name. The entire operation moved to France and the brand name MOTUL, was relaunched as a French brand.