Scary Times from Bill Russell

November 3, 2015


Bill Russell created Scary Times to showcase his interest in skeletons and Day of the Dead culture.

Recently he repurposed images from his best-selling book Dance of Death, published by Reactor in 1987, into posters, prints and other merchandise.

View some images on his FaceBook page.



Barbara Klunder at David Kaye Gallery

October 27, 2015

Barbara Klunder's Naked Truth

Barbara Klunder’s Naked Truth at David Kaye Gallery
October 29 – November 22, 2015
Meet the artist: Saturday, October 31, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.

In Naked Truth BARBARA KLUNDER is showing a number of quick gesture drawings that speak to her love of putting line to paper… and capturing the essence in each pose. Drawing is the basis for all the incredible causes that she has worked on employing her wicked humour and spirited drawing style to great effect.

Blair Drawson and Anita Kunz Showing Erotica

October 23, 2015


Blair Drawson and Anita Kunz will be exhibiting a number of works exploring the themes of love, lust, and the politics of desire at Charlotte Hale’s small gallery.

Show runs November 5th – 29th, 2015

Charlotte Hale & Associates
Fine Art, Photography & Design
588 Markham St.
Mirvish Village
Toronto, ON
M6G 2L8

Bad Cop Illustration Process by Bill Russell

August 7, 2015

This Behance portfolio shows sketches and a final scratchboard illustration by Bill Russell detailing his process illustrating a short story called ‘Bad Cop’.


Recent Drescher

July 2, 2015

This is a piece Hernik Drescher recently did for art director Soojin Buzelli for Plan Advisor Magazine.


Fresh Fruit by Sylvie Thamsir

June 11, 2015


A new still life done with graphite pencil on paper by Sylvie Thamsir.

The Juggler of Our Lady: Forbear of the Graphic Novel

June 10, 2015

Originally released in 1953, R.O. Blechman’s picture book, The Juggler of Our Lady will be reprinted by Dover Graphic Novels this summer with an introduction by Maurice Sendak. The Juggler of Our Lady is one of the great examples of the graphic novel form. In the book, Blechman gives us a satirical, visual retelling of a classic medieval Christmas tale of the same name. The story is simple: An innocent juggler named Cantalbert sets out to save the world with his talent but is scorned and ignored by everyone he meets until an encounter with a statue of the Virgin Mary changes his life.


The first edition was published by Henry Holt in 1953.

Alëna Skarina’s Music For Memory

June 9, 2015


Alëna was commissioned by Denise Cole of JWT to create a poster for the Alzheimer Society of Toronto’s “Music and Memory iPod Project”. The project program is based on the effects of music and stimulation on people with dementia. The poster encourages the donations of old iPods, which are then loaded with personalized music for patients with dementia.

Carolyn Gowdy’s Warm wishes for a season of sunshine and splendour.

June 8, 2015

These are two of Carolyn’s recent handcoloured etchings.


Dream Boat


Girl with Eye and Seashell

Carolyn is presenting a solo exhibition of her ongoing project ‘pOeM pEoPle at the Seaside’ during her residency at the Aldeburgh Beach Lookout & Arthouse in Aldburgh, Suffolk, UK from 6 June to 20 June, 2015.

The Winds of Change are blowing bringing Spring weather. Enjoy the earth today.

April 22, 2015

Art by Alexandra Iorgu.