I’m going to be making a weekly YouTube animated series called “Joke of the Weak”.
Here’s the first episode! Submit a joke in the comments and see it next time!
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Illustration for “Cottage Life Magazine” for a Q&A article about a reader’s problem with a mysterious animal consistently chewing on their gas cap.
Illustration for “UpHere Magazine” for an article about YukomiCon 2014 (the Yukon’s Comicon), describing how “nerd culture” is beginning to reach the depths of the north.
Illustration for this month’s “The Walrus” for an article about how Canadian film is struggling to find it’s voice in comedy.
Spot illustration in this week’s “Bloomberg Businessweek” ! !
Article is about the increasing of minimum wage in America.
Spot illustration for May’s “The Walrus”. My chosen theme was carnival.
This was for the letters page.
I have a bunch of spot illustrations in May’s “The Walrus” that I’m really excited to share. Each month the chosen artist is asked to pick a theme for all of the spots. I picked carnival theme! This was for the contributors page. Will post one each day.
Now selling three beautiful newly designed buttons online!
Put them on your shirt!!
An illustration from today’s “Globe and Mail” for an article discussing healthy lifestyle habits for spring 2014. The image was broken up into spot illustrations inside of the paper for each character’s tip as well.
Illustration for today’s “Globe and Mail” for an article about the changing of the seasons from winter to spring. Describing that when retirees begin returning to the city, spring is near.
An illustration for today’s “New York Times”, for an article chronicling the online aviation community. A community of people who perform virtual air travel for the mere pleasure of it.
An illustration for PandoDaily, for an article about shady dealings at “PBS’s News Hour”, and it’s secret private ownership.
Thanks to Hallie Bateman for this one! Check out her drawings they are great!!
Drawing in today’s Globe and Mail for an article about a stay-at-home dad who realizes being a parent has always been his calling in life.