Posts tagged illustration
The band Dear Rouge approached me recently to do a series of designs for their merch for their awesome cross-Canada tour they’re about to embark on. They wanted something clean, minimal and geometric.
I sent them a few options to choose from and they chose the two shown here. I did a bajillion different colour variations, but these are some of my favourite.
Digital close up of my type poster to go into the Canadian History Type Show this Thursday! The final result is silk-screen and all hand-done. Woop!
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This year I was awarded the $1000 Applied Arts scholarship hosted by the Graphic Designers of Canada (the GDC) for my City Farmer urban gardening campaign. It was a complete shock, and an absolutely wonderful surprise!
My fellow recipients and I are published in this month’s Applied Arts magazine, and my garden illustrations are featured on the main page of the GDC’s writeup on the scholarship winners!
The first time I’ve really sat down to draw in a while! Phewf! Cranked out a spot illustration of Frank Sinatra’s relationship with the bottle in just a couple hours. It was a school project, I promise. It has no reflection of my life I promise.
The drawing is for this famous quote: “I feel sorry for people who don’t drink. They wake up in the morning and that’s the best they are going to feel all day.”