Back in the day, one Halloween Eve, the Reactorites were at the launch of Canada Post’s Halloween 1997 stamps. Louis Fishauf was the series art director and designer. Jamie Bennett, Simon Ng, Tom Hunt and Blair Drawson created art for the Werewolf, the Goblin, the Ghost and Dracula. City TV attended the launch of The Haunted Stamp collection at Reactor’s studio and featured an interview with Louis and a representative from Canada Post. The project included the four stamps, a first day cover featuring glow-in-the-dark illustrations by Jamie Bennett, and Haunted House commemorative packaging.
JUST EAT presents: NIGHT OF THE LIVING FALAFEL starring SHAWARMBIE – the shawarma zombie and more of his food monster friends, delivered this Halloween with tricks and treats for all.
Over the years, working with Paul Grissom of Grissom and Friends as creative director, and Steve Dunk as designer, the Reactor artists have created a lot of illustrations for Craig Marshall’s real estate developments. Here is some of Clayton Hanmer’s work on the current Marshall Homes web site. In the builder’s history section of the site, Steve decided to use a technique called parallel scrolling to combine photographs of the homes with illustrations to highlight the various neighbourhoods that Marshall Homes has built.
Steve Dunk hand-lettered and printed items for Toronto based musician Kristine Schmitt, and her band the Special Powers. Business cards, a demo disc cover, small posters and handbills were used for promotion at this year’s Folk Music Ontario Conference. The conference is the key event for Ontario’s folk, roots, and traditional music community.
Steve also designed artwork for a stamp that was used to label the disks, and an ad promoting show times for the conference program.
Covers and cards letterpress printed with the help of Lunar Caustic Press.
October 28, 2013
Logo designed by James Marsh for Scottish singer songwriter Dean Owens’ own independent label. Also using the exotic birds name for the label, Mot-Mot.
October 25, 2013
Reactor intern and long time longboarder, Benji Andringa has been on a cross Canada camping trip. He staying in Banff for the winter. Before he left, he spent some time working with Lunar Caustic Press and created this little letterpress book of his illustrations and design work.
October 24, 2013
Artwork by Steven Guarnaccia.
This Friday night, Bill Russell will be in performance at the Shell Theatre in Ft. Saskatchewan, Alberta with musician Brian Gore. It’s called Your Town in Song and Image and will feature his animation and live digital drawing.
Here’s a nice article about the show in the Fort Saskatchewan Record.
Visit WineCountryTales.com for more info.
…and here’s the new video: