The Ink Tank archive is a goldmine of production materials for more than 350 commercials as well as the films Simple Gifts and The Soldier’s Tale, based on the Stravinsky composition, plus short animations for NBC, CBS and other clients.
Processing and cataloguing is expected to be done by year’s end.
The Museum Of The Street: 50 Years of Toronto Illustration
Show Dates: January 12 to February 5, 2016
Opening reception: from 6:00 to 8:00 PM on Thursday, January 14, 2016
The exhibition will be open to the public, Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The Museum Of The Street will be a exhibition of the 50 years of illustration featuring the work of 38 Toronto illustrators who began their careers in the years between the 1960’s and the mid 1980’s.
Here’s the list of artists in the show…
Jamie Bennett Huntley Brown Tak Bui David Chestnutt Julius Ciss Mike Constable Sylvie Daigneault Ken Dallison Will Davis Sandra Dionisi Blair Drawson Bob Fortier Gail Geltner James Hill Roger Hill Jeff Jackson Barbara Klunder Jerzy Kolacz Anita Kunz Ted Larson Ross MacDonald Doug Martin Tom McNeely Joe Morse Simon Ng Tomio Nitto Dennis Noble Doug Panton Maureen Paxton Joe Salina Gerry Sevier Peter Swan James Sweetland Mark Thurman Maurice Vellekoop Richard Whyte Muriel Wood Rene Zamic
(Painting by James Hill for the Canadian Opera Company’s 1979/1980 season poster)
Steve Dunk designed a set of calling cards for The Innards Brothers. The “Brothers”, Tom and Tony, are a Toronto duo that play old-time, toe-tappin’, fiddle and guitar music. Letterpress printed with the help of Lunar Caustic Press.