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A full-page colour explosion for AD Emily Vezer in the July 2020 issue of Today’s Parent, this one on multigenerational living arrangements. It was twice bumped; once when Covid-19 straight up cancelled an issue, and then again when more pressing writing took its place. Glad it finally found itself in print.
Breather is a 200-or-so employee biz from Montreal that's almost like an Airbnb for commercial space. They hired me to make an edition of 24x36" silkscreened prints reflecting their diverse architectural holdings and the eight values held dear by the staff. What I came up with shows an enormous mixed-style building with living spaces, hallways, stairwells, elevators, Breather spaces, and eight rooms representing the aforementioned values.
In “celebration” of the 10th anniversary of the 2008 financial crisis, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives’ in-house mag decided to head to the banks, see what’s inside them (re: retail, mortgage, and investment banking), and try to suss out some reform ideas. I was happy to illustrate the issue in my line-only style. Monitor art direction by the marvellous Stuart Trew.
Markus Hillborg is one of my fave ADs, and here he had me make a cover for the in-flight magazine of Swedish air carrier BRA. The subject? The slowly (but steadily) developing theories and practices behind environmentally-friendly flying. Included in the mix: biofuels, lightweight materials, electric power, computer-generated flight paths, reduced flight frequencies, etc.