To give you a quick tour, the “portfolio” section is a 24-project overview of my fave illustrations, a mix of editorial, commercial, and personal work. The “shop” section includes dozens of my art prints. All the screenprints are printed by Unik, and all the others are pressed in-studio with an Epson 3880 on ultra-premium matte paper. Also of note: I ship prints weekly in double-walled carboard mailers, and if you see something elsewhere that you want as a print, drop me a line. It may be possible. 
Edmonton on 1 July 1983 24” square silkscreened print ($80 CAD)

This is “Edmonton on 1 July 1983,” and it shows that city on the opening day of the ‘83 Universiade Games. I lost myself in this thing and spent a dozen full studio days digging through Edmonton history, maps, charts, and records to draw 130 specific landmarks and buildings. Being close to a subject sometimes makes working on it doubly intense. About its geography: Whyte Avenue runs in a straight line near bottom, and Jasper Ave. zigs and zags from the old Royal Alberta Museum (at left) to Sir Winston Churchill Square (top right). Screenprinted in an edition of 600, signed and editioned on reverse.

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