Tiny spot illustrations done for Monocle magazine (issue 84) about innovation in the shipping industry and tourism in Japans border territories.
The Baltic Front
My cover illustration for "The Review" from The National.
"After Crimea and Ukraine, the Baltic States looked nervously to the East. With substantial ethnic Russian populations, some feared they could be the next point of tension in Eastern Europe. But historically, many Russians in the ‘Balts’ are happy in their adopted country, while Russia is too shrewd to make any move."
My personal appreciation for that delicious fermented product from Korea. Self-promotional poster and recipe card illustrations for 2015.
CHEZ BORIS PART 1
A series of collectible silkscreen poster designs for Chez Boris, a Russian donut cafe in the Mile End neighbourhood of Montreal. (Scroll down to see all the designs)
Decorative odds & ends and illustrations for Chez Boris, a Russian donut cafe in the Mile End neighbourhood of Montreal. (Scroll down to see all the designs)
An illustration based off Japanese yokai (supernatural monsters) game boards. Alternating blocks are populated with yokai protesters and police that exaggerate and reference specific conflicts between civilians and law enforcement in Canada from recent years.
Various card and invitation designs.
An ongoing series of reinterpretations of Greek Mythology. (Scroll down)
Clients: Drawn & Quarterly, Urbania, The National, Monocle, GQ, Saatchi & Saatchi Italy, Gruppo Campari, DC Comics, BioWare EA, Dancing Anchovy Entertainment, NHN Entertainment Corp., Sled Island, Dirt Empire, McGill University, University of Alberta, University of Waterloo, Chez Boris, Pop Montreal, RedPoint Media