Issue 2 of Mindful Magazine is now out! It's chalk full of great holistic articles, as well as 10 spot illustrations I made. I'm actually in the process of creating the next batch of spots for issue 3.
Here's the latest debate illustration I made for Today's Parent Magazine. This was art directed by Nicole Chung. The debate was on if you should post your children's pictures on Facebook. You can read it here.
My dad has officially moved out of Vancouver and into his beautifully self-crafted cottages! My dad has been building houses my whole life. He worked as a draftsmen at Bush, Bohlman & Partners, but whenever he could take some time off, he was building his log cabin in Slocan Park or his ocean cottage on Savary Island. Two of the most beautiful locations in British Columbia.
Now that he's semi-retired, and his homes are completed, he wants to keep busy and take on small building jobs around Savary Island. Dad asked me to make him a business card for his new small business venture. Above is the crest I illustrated for his double sided card.
Below is his gorgeous Savary Island home. I love how he incorporated drift wood logs into the railings. You can contact him by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
And here's a photo of the sign I painted him, I blogged about it here. You'll know he's on the island if this sign is displayed.
I also illustrated a map of Savary Island that I blogged about here.
I created this dollhouse illustration for the 2009 gratitude report. The people at Interval House liked the illustration so much that they bought the framed original. I'm so glad it continues to be a loved and useful piece of artwork for this Toronto battered woman's shelter.
This was a really fun commission I received through the wonderful people at Agents of Good. It's an illustration for Nature Canada to be printed as a card and sent out to people who had donated to the organization over the last year. The client wanted to include water, trees, people and animals. But it was important that it could look like anywhere in Canada.
I thought the final turned out rather well! I love doing outdoorsy illustrations.