Just wanted to give a huge thanks to Dave Alexander, Paige Reynolds, Gary Pullin, Angus Buyers and everyone who came out to the “If they came from within: an alternative history of Canadian Horror” panel that was held at this year’s Fan Expo / Festival of Fear event.
Had a great response to my poster which I was very surprised with and really appreciated the positive feedback. It was not an easy task doing a poster for THE Brandon Cronenberg, and being along side such talented artists as mentioned above was a definite honor!

Fan Expo 2013, Toronto, Canada, Poster Show, Brandon Cronenberg, Paige Reynolds, Dave Alexander, Rue morgue, Gary Pullin, Illustration, panel, Art, Movie poster

Photo: Paige Reynolds

About bofadesign

I'm Andrew Wright, graphic designer, illustrator and kustom-hot-rod-lowbrow art fanatic. Living in Toronto and armed with a pen, pencil, paintbrush and wacom pen, I create great looking and most importantly, functional designs and illustrations that help my clients promote their business, product and events. With a degree in Graphic Design and over 10 years experience in South Africa, UK, USA and Canada my skills range from digital to traditional illustration, print design (branding, catalogs, posters, marketing) and apparel. I'm a fan of the lowbrow hot rod (K)ultra, horror industry and anything that makes your heart beat twice the speed. I'd love to hear from you and discuss turning your next project into your next success.

Posted on September 1, 2013, in Graphic Design, Horror, Illustration, Print Design and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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