Category Archives: Illustration
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!
Photo: Paige Reynolds
I was asked to design the poster for Toronto’s upcoming psychobilly/punk festival called Rapture Fest put on by Blacktooth Entertainment, featuring The Brains, Koffin Kats, Turbo AC’s, The Matadors and more.
Had a blast doing it and looking forward to the show. If you have not seen or heard of The Brains then do yourself a favour and get hold of their music.
Brand new watercolor illustration with some pinstriping on the glass for San Diego’s Edison MFG Co.
Had a blast with this and will hopefully be doing some more in the near future!
Once again, I have slacked in the blog department and it seems like not much has gone on behind the Breath Of Fresh Air Design doors. But quite the opposite in fact. The last 3 or 4 months have been crazy busy and I’ve had the chance to work for some great clients from a guitar builder to a cafe racer/motorbike company and everything in between (more will be revealed on those in 2013).
But what has really kept me busy, and something I feel so fortunate to be apart of, has been the involvement with, what I consider to be the best horror magazine in the world, Rue-Morgue Magazine. The amazing and talented team invited me in to help with the design and layout of the magazine and it has been an honour, and a blast ever since.
If you do not know of the magazine or haven’t read an issue lately, then do yourself a favour and pop on over to your local newsagent (or go online and purchase a subscription) and get yourself the latest issue…At the very least, make sure you get the 15th Anniversary Halloween Issue (#127). The brilliant content aside, visually, art director Justin Erickson did an amazing job and it is horror-eye-candy at it’s very best.
So, with the chance of this sounding like a “new-year’s resolution”, and trust me, it’s not, I hope to keep this blog and the website updated a bit more often.
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