Calgary based Graphic design, Illustration, comic, cartoon and caricature

Throwback

OK, I missed throwback Thursday because it was 36 degrees below Celsius and the furnace quit, so I was preoccupied. Anyhow, Frowback Friday is now a thing. I did this a while back when Tom Cruise went insane on Oprah (or his meds kicked in; not sure).

Tom Cruise and Oprah caricatures

Hipster Hitler (Throwback Thursday)

Years ago, I did this image for a t-shirt company. Even though it sold well they rejected it because they said it glorified Hitler. I was mocking him, they didn’t get it. But they have loads of images glorifying trump. #ThrowbackThursday #Throwback #ThrowbackThursdays #Trump #Hitler

#batmanday today

I saw that today was #batmanday, I had no idea that was a day. Here’s a cartoon I did awhile back that i thought would relate.

Waiters EnRoute

Throwback Thursday. I designed these labels back when my friend’s company was getting muscled out by these national food delivery companies in the early 2000’s. His company was all Calgarian. These stickers were part of a campaign to fight back. #waitersenroute #advertising #decal #campaigns

It’s International, baby

Sunday may be the most important day of the year, INTERNATIONAL LEFTHANDERS DAY. I’m sure there will be fireworks in every major centre, I’m sure MTG and DeSantis will rail against us. #internationallefthandday #lefthand

INTERNATIONAL LEFTHANDERS DAY

Throwback

Back when almost all my artwork was made with Adobe Illustrator I did this image for Canada Post’s Magazine. I think it was like 2014. I liked the look of vector and its scalability and portability. But now, it’s so slow compared to bitmap drawing and painting.

True Things

How many of these things have happened to you? They’ve all happened to me AND there was that time I went out for dinner in a new shirt only to realize I didn’t pull out that cardboard collar thing until it was too late.

Things that make me look stupid

Windshield

Maybe it’s an Alberta thing. I keep seeing these guys, usually a Jeep, or any Dodge, Chevy or Ford truck. Big knobblies, no mudflaps. I see them every day. My windshield cost $1,500. Have some empathy, buddy?

Large truck with big knobby tires that destroy windsheilds