To give you a quick tour of this place, the “portfolio” section is a 30-project overview of my fave illustrations from the last decade, a mix of editorial, commercial, and personal work. The “shop” section includes dozens and dozens of my art prints, some of which are personal projects, and others that are reprints of illustrations of mine that have earned lives outside of their original context. 
Raymond Biesinger Illustration
raymond@fifteen.ca, 1-514-264-2382
2679 rue Wellington, Montréal, QC
Canada, H3K 1X8

I’m an illustrator and artist born in western Canada in 1979, and while I’m very interested in historic architecture right now, I’m always into editorial and commercial work on almost any subject. This  portfolio may be a trim thirty projects, but note that I’ve been a part of more than 1000 assignments on five continents since 2005. Drop a line weekdays 10-4 PM EST if you’re interested in collaborating. Other interests: minimalism, maximalism, pairing the analogue with the digital, world and local history, economics, music (see my “label” at pentagon.black), science fiction, keeping a 135-year-old Montreal home from collapsing on itself, etc.

Past clients include Adidas, Applied Arts, Audi, the Baffler, Barron’s, Billboard, BMW, the Boston Globe, Breather, Businessweek, Buzzfeed, Canada Council for the Arts, Canadaland, Creative Review, Dwell, the Economist, Editions Flammarion, Entrepreneur, Etsy, Fast Company, the Financial Times, Folio Society, Foreign Policy, Fortune, Gestalten, the Globe & Mail, the Guardian, GQ, Harvard Business, the Hollywood Reporter, La Repubblica, Lexus, Le Monde, Maisonneuve, Men’s Health, MIT Technology Review, Money, Monocle, Morningstar, NPR, NEON, New Scientist, the New Yorker, the New York Times, NewsWeek, Nido, NYLON, Pabst Blue Ribbon, the Pitchfork Review, Politico, PRINT, the Progressive, ProPublica, Reader’s Digest, Real Simple, Reuters, the Royal Economics Society, Runner’s World, SaveurScientific American, Shopify, SPIN, Stanford Business, the Stranger, Sub Pop, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Time, the Times, Today’s Parent, Toyota, Variety, the Walrus, the Washington Post, Wealthsimple, Winkreative, WIRED, etc.

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Ordering Prints
All screenprints in the shop are printed by Unik with high quality papers and inks, and all other prints are pressed in-studio with an Epson 3880 on ultra-premium matte paper. Prints are shipped weekly and rolled in sturdy double-walled carboard mailers. Shipping fees include basic postage and a small amount for packaging and handling, and adding a second (or third) print to your order won’t change the fees. Estimated shipping times are as follows: 2-8 business days within Canada and the United States, 1-8 weeks to Europe, 4-12 weeks to everywhere else. If you see something elsewhere that you want as a print, get in touch. It may be possible. Oh, and if something is wrong with your order, drop a line and let’s correct it. 

Besides being available in our Shop section, prints can be bought at the following Canadian and American stockists: Kit (Calgary), Neighborly (Chicago), the Prints & the Paper, the Royal Alberta Museum, Vivid Print (Edmonton), Scandi (Fredericton), Handmade Market (Fayetteville), Kew (Halifax), Mixed Media (Hamilton), Affiche en Tete, L’Affichiste, and Monastiraki (Montreal), Gift Horse (Nashville), Maker House and the OAG (Ottawa), Saint Seneca (Ridgewood), touchGOODS (Southold), Labour of Love and Spacing (Toronto).