Happy Friday! Clayton Hanmer along with his artist collective ‘Trio Magnus’ recently completed a mural for WeWork, the biggest workspace startup in the world. A mezzanine above lets people take it all in from a bird’s eye angle.
January 12, 2018
A toast to the New Year! We’re looking forward to what lies ahead. Illustration by Carolyn Gowdy.
January 10, 2018
Fiona Smyth and everyone at Reactor wishes you a Happy New Year!
January 8, 2018
Again this year Jason created outstanding art for YRT’s holiday bus.
January 5, 2018
Here is a link to special Christmas 2017 issue of The Spectator Magazine. Carolyn has illustrated the Christmas Ghost Story by Andrew Michael Hurley. You can see the story and Carolyn’s illustration here.
December 15, 2017
Ten spot illustrations created by our illustrator Alëna Skarina for @uoftmagazine: “Ten things you probably didn’t know where invented by U of T Alumni.” Read the full article here.
Buckley’s cough syrup.
The alkaline battery.
The Canadian Sphynx cat.
The electron microscope.
The 56k modem.
The electric wheelchair.
September 21, 2017
“At night the roof of the tower when lit seems to lift off and the lights blink on and off like the rhythm of a fish breathing underwater. After my meal I walked towards the building as the rain had stopped. At ground level the tower is all blocked off with barbed wire and an iron fence secures the site as foreboding. It is no longer a Pirelli building but Comune di Milano.”
Jeff Jackson’s Ponti Milano show starts this Thursday, September 1st. The reception runs from 6pm–9pm. See you there!
33 Davies St.
September 19, 2017
Here are two new paintings from Sylvie Fong.
July 20, 2017
This Jazz Portraits Folio of six jazz musician portraits by illustrator Bill Russell were created digitally on an Apple iPad Pro using the Procreate drawing app. Depicted in these prints are Brazilian instrumentalist Hermento Pascoal, cellist Zoe Keating, jazz pianist and composer Jason Moran, eclectic bandleader Sun Ra, jazz vocalist Gregory Porter and upright and electric bass player Esperanza Spalding. They were printed with archival pigment-based inks on Epson Velvet Fine Art acid-free paper and packaged in a limited edition of 12 at the Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, California. Learn more here. Bill also created animations found here.
July 17, 2017
Sylvie Fong is creating one piece of art for every month. Here’s her latest painting for June.
July 6, 2017