A fun game for Owl's 2017 Winter issue.
Study this scene for 3 minutes and test your memory.
Illustration for Putting the Centennial in Sesquicentennial
As Canada 150 kicks off, Daniel Panneton and Erin Schuurs reflect on the last time we took comfort in ecstatic nationalism.
Art Direction: Monika Waber
Book cover for Dingus by Andrew Larsen.
Kids Can Press
Art Direction: Marie Bartholomew
A hand-drawn comic collage that was created for selectyourmajor.com, a service developed by a psychologist and intended to help students and their parents understand and chose their path through post-secondary education.
The program employs various psychological measures to help students understand areas of study where they can thrive.
AD: Alison Birtles-Fraser
Shapeshifter is a collaboration between Indie Ale House and Amsterdam Brewery, two innovators in Toronto's craft beer scene.
After a discussion with Amsterdam's Brewmaster, Iain McOustra, two main characteristics of the beer guided the theme and style of this label. The first was that it is a powerful beer that changes (or shape-shifts) across your palette. The second was the phrase "not evil, but something similar," which opened a path that was playful, but with sinister overtones.
To achieve the feeling Ian drew upon themes and imagery from silent films, mythology, and Robert Louis Stevenson's classic Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde.
City maps of 30 neighbourhoods in and around Toronto for Toronto Life's Neighbourhoods issue.
AD: Una Janicijevic
Historical illustration about the Battle of Britain. The Royal Air Force's secret invention: RADAR, meant that they were able to identify and intercept Luftwaffe planes early and keep the island in allied hands, proving essential to the eventual end the war.
This is what Winston Churchill was referring to when he proclaimed:
"Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few.
The Picts were a Celtic people who lived in northern Scotland during the iron and early medieval ages. They got their name from the Romans, who called them "picts" due to their tendency to paint and tattoo their bodies.
According to the Roman Historian Tacitus, a chief named Calgacus united the Picts as the Caledonii.
He said "bring on the brand new renaissance,
because I think I'm ready.
I've been shakin' all night long,
but my hand is steady."