I did a few illustrations for ACLU magazine about the horrible state of Abortion Rights in the US. Here is a full page illo about the mostly white male politicians that are enforcing these strict regulations which in turn, have been forcing Abortion clinics to close throughout the country.
I’m one of the featured Illustrators in the new issue of the South African magazine Migrate. The current issues theme is “Secrets”
"Addiction" for the Globe and Mail
Rob Ford is showcasing his addiction for the whole world to see. While we can simply flip the channel if we choose, his disease hits home for a Toronto mom who is struggling with her daughters long time drug abuse.
A woman learns of the Indian-English phrase “Do the Needful” and would like to spread it across the world. -The Globe and Mail
Speaking of food, I was commissioned to do this fun poster for a great cause. The Mason Street Farm is nestled in the heart of Victoria, British Columbia amidst the fast food chains, grocery stores, restaurants and schools. They believe in food equality for everyone. By teaching people of all income levels, most importantly the lower income, how to grow their own food, organic and local produce can be accessed by everyone.
“Education through Cultivation” is their motto.
This poster is for a fundraising dinner called “Boots & Suits” and all proceeds go to interns and new solar equipment. Thanks to Laurie for thinking of me for this fun and inspiring job.
"Orthorexia" - The Globe and Mail
Stop obsessing over food and just start enjoying meals again! People are so concerned where their food comes from (rightly so), what it’s doing to their bodies and how much of it to ingest, that eating all together has become an unenjoyable experience.
"Memories from an Adjunct Professor"- for the Pennsylvania Gazette
A teacher fondly recounts her adjunct days at the University of Pennsylvania and the bonds she has made with many of her students
"Running School Drop-out" for The Globe and Mail
A woman’s love of food is holding her back from her running routine.
"Racism" for The Globe and Mail
Two friends who happen to be of different races surprisingly receive stares and glares in this day and age.