Monthly Archives: April 2012

Eric Orchard: and the story of Marrowbones

Eric Orchard is an award-winning Canadian illustrator/cartoonist whose art I am blown away by. Eric has illustrated critically acclaimed children’s books and been nominated twice for the Atlantic Book Awards’ Lillian Shepherd Memorial Award. He has done work for Top … Continue reading

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Mike Capp: and the playfulness of Monsters

Mike Capp is a highly talented artist who brings playfulness to his creations of monsters, superheroes, and robots. Mike says there’s no hidden message behind his Art just inspiration from his children’s creativity and his own playful mind. And it’s just … Continue reading

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Justin Hillgrove: Imps and Monsters

Justin Hillgrove is the creator of “Imps and Monsters”, and as the name implies a world of Monsters, Robots and the coolest creatures you can imagine. Justin has illustrated books, designed characters for card games, designs toys, and illustrates comic … Continue reading

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Chris Sparks and Team Cul de Sac

Chris Sparks, a professional web designer, was building a branded identity for Richard Thompson (Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year 2011) and his syndicated comic “Cul de Sac”. During the project, Richard, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and Chris became … Continue reading

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