I have just wrapped up some long days preparing tons of new illustrations of Edmonton. The rush comes from the Launch of new webpage by CBC about all the great buildings downtown. They asked me if I could illustrate some banners for the webpage as a way of colorfully displaying Edmonton’s downtown. In order to add the detail that I thought was required for such a scene and the tight deadline, I decided to illustrate these all digitally. It also allows me to compose them into finished pieces that I can offer as prints, which will be available shortly and at Edmonton’s Artwalk,where I will be again set up infront of Vivid Print. Below you can look at the banners and you can review all the new illustrations at my flickr site,
I created these fun retro hockey themed prints for a great Lady for her husbands Man Cave. I think it was a mix of her taste and his room. The original idea came from the different prints that you briefly see in the Budweiser Redlight commercial. We designed them so that they can have the team strips customized to the colours of your favorite team. You can order them on Etsy here.
Not too long ago I was asked by the Crisis Center here in Edmonton to donate something for their fundraiser. Rather than donate an Edmonton print, I thought it would be nicer if I could offer something a bit more personal, which would add more value to whom ever would be bidding on the item. So I offered a Digital commission. The lucky winner, wanted to do an illustration of the neighborhood that her future husband and her lived in as a wedding gift to him. This is what we came up with.
I was contacted to do a non-traditional family portrait for a Mothers Day present. She wanted a very special place in Calgary AB that they walk their family dog to be represented, along with the family. She was not all that interested in having the family upfront and center, rather deciding to have them within the environment doing what they love to do.
Carol over at Medical Post asked me to submit another illustration for a editorial story for their upcoming issue. Which reminded me that I had not posted the previous illustration that I had competed for here. So here they both are, the first one is a series of spots that accompanied a poem written by a doctor on the love/hate relationship that there is with with being a doctor. The second is from a story from a doctor who had a great chance to make patient happy, by organizing a wedding for him in the hospital days before he was to pass from a terminal illness.