November 8, 2019
Recent illustrations commissioned by the Sunday New York Times feature section, “Your Best Summer Ever”.
The Ontario Media Development Corporation, now known as Ontario Creates, tasked Reactor with designing their current strategic plan.
This lively 20-page brochure in English and French also has accessible PDF versions. Supporting web graphics and an interactive infographic were also created to promote their 5-year plan.
Carolyn was recently commissioned by The Spectator Magazine to illustrate a Christmas short story by Susan Hill in the current issue on the newsstands in the UK, Canada, the USA, the Euro Zone and beyond.
Click here to view the online version of the story titled, “The boy who dreams: A Christmas short story by Susan Hill”
Illustration for the Globe and Mail Pursuits section on Cannabis munchies.
November 14, 2018
When the largest dragon ever seen descends out of the night sky and sets the royal tournament aflame, Theo escapes to help. He saves a crippled steam knight, Sir Bentham, from the blaze, assisted by Bentham’s pugnacious squire, Riley.
Together, they decide to hunt the monstrous dragon down — before it can kill again.
But nothing is as it seems, and Theo soon finds himself caught up in an adventure that will turn his entire world upside down…
James Turner’s new young readers’ novel ‘Theo Paxstone and the Dragon of Adyron’ is now available for purchase on Kindle from Amazon.
Eye, the international review of graphic design, a quarterly printed magazine about graphic design and visual culture features a large article on R. O. Blechman’s career and work.
January 24, 2018
‘Theo Paxstone and the Dragon of Adyron,’ is a fast-paced fantasy adventure that brings together steampunk and medieval myths, pitting noble knights in steam powered battle machines against dragons. The feudal Kingdom of Adyron is mired in injustice, and even the heroes have something to hide.
The novel is available for purchase on Kindle from Amazon. Watch the trailer below:
Young Theo Paxstone aspires to a better life. A mechanic at a steam mech repair shop, he slaves away under the sharp eye of the ruthless Master Grimes, along with dozens of other orphan boys. The biggest and meanest of them, Grant, has in it for Theo and his best friend, Ollie, the shop’s parts-spotter cockatoo. The chatty bird helps keep Theo going, as every day is a struggle for survival.January 22, 2018
Deshi Deng’s latest illustration for VICE Canada about the freedom and accomplishment of living alone with a disability.
Read the article here: https://www.vice.com/en_au/article/j5vmwy/living-alone-is-awesome-even-with-my-disability
January 15, 2018