Sunday, December 25, 2011

A little late but..

This show is happening at Oz Studios in Toronto with a bunch of rad artists. I have a piece in it! You missed the opening, but there is still time to check it out!

Much love!

Monday, October 17, 2011

First Rate People



I made this for this rad band called First Rate People. Check them out, they are fantastic.

Monday, August 22, 2011

Screenprinting Party

This month some friends got together to have a screenprinting party. None of us are particularly skilled at screenprinting (and none of us had used drawing fluid before) but we had a lot of fun getting messy and making art.

I walked away from the party with this:




Friday, July 29, 2011

Feature on the Artfuls



My work was recently featured on the illustration website The Artfuls.

Check out my showcase HERE.

Monday, June 27, 2011

Caves and Thieves



I am going to be a part of a group show coming up in July at The Baitshop.

The show runs from July 8th to 14th! The opening is going to be on July 8 from 7pm til midnight. There is going to be music, and art, and booze, and good people. If you are around Toronto, come!

Check out the event on Facebook.
Poster by Mike Ellis

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Desktop Wallpapers

I recently made a couple of my images downloadable as desktop wallpapers. I am planning on making a few more! I am open to suggestions as to which images to use!

CLICK HERE TO CHOOSE SIZE & DOWNLOAD



Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Fox Friend



This little fella is from November 2010, but I never got around to documenting it until now.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

On Radar



So today my lovely friend Shelby informed me that one of my pieces was on "Radar" on Tumblr. So far it has almost 4000 reblogs/likes! You've all seen the piece already, it is one of the three from my Bump in the Night series. Here's a screenshot of the radar on my tumblr homepage.

If you have tumblr and you want to reblog/like it, you can see it by clicking here.

Friday, March 11, 2011

Modern Times



This illustration represents elderly people attempting to keep up with changing technologies.

Old Uncle Grampy


This is my grandfather. It's based on a photo taken when I visited my grandparents in England in 2006. I know straight realistic portraiture isn't usually my thing, but I thought it would be nice to work that way for this piece. This painting is currently part of a portrait challenge at Sleeping Giant Gallery. A number of different artists painted/photographed their grandfathers or uncles, and everyone who comes to the exhibit tonight gets to vote for the best piece. The winner gets a free 1 week solo exhibit.

The poster for the event is below. I put that together too!

Thursday, February 10, 2011