To give you a quick tour of this place, the “portfolio” section is a 36-project overview of my fave illustrations from the last decade, a mix of editorial, commercial, and personal work. The “shop” section includes dozens of my art prints, some of which are personal projects and others that are illustration reprints. 
100 Years of Canadian Design 24x36” print  ($80 CAD)

A tribute to a century of Canadian design and the graphic designers who designed it. Around her are a Seripop poster, Honest Ed’s sign, the 1968 Skidoo ad campaign in calendar format, a Kitchener-made Ruspan brochure circa 1952, a Richard Florida buzzterm, CN Railways clock, two litres of No Name brand something-or-other, a call for gender pay equity, studio cat, and the original Littlest Hobo title card. In her desk: Wallpaper, Shift, and Applied Arts mags, a 1955 Eaton’s catalogue, Naomi Klein’s No Logo, a box of “pre-1940s ads, weird racist shit and pro-war posters,” a Northern Electric Baby Champ radio, the ’76 Olympics, Canadian Standards Association, Transcanada Airlines, National Film Board, CBC and Parks Canada logos, Ontario accreditation, a brayer, Lepage’s glue, hot wax paste-up machine, Rush’s 2112, pastels, Microsoft’s Paint ’98, and a business card for the local all-night snowshoe repair guy. On her upper body: a can of Quebec maple syrup, the City of Calgary, Manitoba Tourism, Centennial and Parti Québecois logos, a 1950s copy of Maclean’s, Danesco GLO-UP lamp, “Canada” letterform, a Hasselblad 500 EL/M (not made in Canada, but still gorgeous), a Graphic Designers of Canada badge, the Robin Hood Flour head, a love for architect Arthur Erickson, a Teenage Head “Official Fan Club” badge, a pack of Windsor salt, NSCAD degree, bar of Turkish Delight (soon to be Big Turk), Expos, CCM, and Bricklin logos, and a tiny tiny trophy for “Poster of the Week” from the now-defunct but Calgary-based Gigposters.com. On her legs: a copy of the Globe & Mail, metric/imperial ruler, the Queen on a stamp, the old and new Canadian flags, some Nutty Club candies and an Expo ’67 info-request postcard. Dimensions include a 1.5" margin. Printed in an open edition, signed and dated on reverse.