Monday, February 8, 2016

Happy Year of the Monkey!

Cheers to all you monkeys out there! This one's for you!

Happy Chinese New Year everyone!

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And for a little behind the scenes on this illustration, here's how it all began in the sketchbook...

Sunday, February 7, 2016

Find the Panda

I came across this illustration at an event last week and I love it. They're by illustrator Espen Westum. Although I couldn't find his website, I found a bunch more "Find the Panda" puzzles at

Keep hiding that Panda!

Saturday, February 6, 2016


So good. Thank you Cass for sharing!

(Posted by IlovePandas - Click HERE to visit their page)

Monday, November 2, 2015

Paging Imagination: The Art of Picture Books

The Canadian Society of Children's Authors, Illustrators, and Performers (CANSCAIP) is pleased to present... 

Paging Imagination: The Art of Picture Books 
from November 10 - November 20
at the L Space Gallery, Humber Lakeshore Campus

The exhibit will feature artwork by Barbara Reid, Ruth Ohi, Sue Todd, Rebecca Bender, Debbie Ridpath Ohi, David Anderson, Genie Weinstein, Michelle Nidenoff and many more.

Opening reception is on Friday, November 13th, 6pm - 8pm. 

I am very happy to once again be taking part in the CANSCAIP Art Show. 
Hope you will be able to stop by to have a look!

For more information, or a sneak peek at the art, visit

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Friday, October 9, 2015

American Ninja-Saurus!

If you liked Pickles the B-Rex, you will love this guy...

(Thank you for sharing this Rob!)

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Go Lisa Go!

In just over a week, my sister will be representing Canada in the World 100K Ultra Running Championship in Winschoten, The Netherlands!

So proud of my sis and you better believe I'll be routing from over here!

In honour of such an occasion, as a fun surprise I sent her a pair of tacosaurus socks in the mail and a custom card of this guy up top. (She'll be wearing them on her long run this weekend :))

Go Lisa Go!!

Tacosaurus socks by Sock It To Me

See the full package by checking out her blog post:

Friday, August 14, 2015

Boston & FableVision Studios

A couple weeks ago I had the opportunity to visit Boston on vacation. I couldn't help but take that chance to stop by and check out FableVision Studios while I was in town. I had met Paul Reynolds, CEO of FableVision, at a conference a few years back and so it was great being able to connect again. 

I love the work they do at FableVision and also the children's books by FableVision founder, Peter Reynolds, are some of my all-time favourites with such amazing stories, like The Dot, Ish and Sky Color. So I was excited to see the creative hub where it all comes together.

Paul showed me around the studio and I also had a chance to meet Gary Goldberger, President of FableVision. It was such a nice visit and what a great view they have, on the 6th floor of the Boston Children's Museum, of the Boston Harbour. 

Thank you Paul and Gary for taking time out of your day to show me around and connect. 

Wishing you all a very successful International Dot Day ahead, September 15-ish! Let me know if you need anything in Canada :)


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International Dot Day  (excerpt from their website below)

Celebrate Creativity,
Courage & Collaboration!

Imagine the power and potential of millions of people around the world connecting, collaborating, creating and celebrating all that creativity inspires and invites. I hope you will join the growing global community of creativity champions using their talents, gifts and energy to move the world to a better place.
Sign up now and celebrate Dot Day on or around September 15-ish - and be sure to share your news, photos, art and videos with us!
For more information, visit
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And a few Boston stops along the way...

Red Sox Game, Fenway Park, Boston
Busker at Quincy Market, Boston
Swan Boats and Weeping Willows, Boston Commons, Boston
Duck Statue, Boston Commons, Boston
John Harvard Statue, Harvard Yard, Cambridge
View Across the Charles River, Boston
Had a great trip to Boston and I will definitely be coming back ~

Friday, July 10, 2015

Sunday, July 5, 2015

Centennial Selfies

This was one of those comics I just couldn't resist. This spring Canada Geese were all around the College. In order to discourage them from nesting near the building, dog silhouettes were placed around campus that would move and sway in the wind.

The geese avoided them at first, watching from a distance. Then stood nonchalant nearby, giving the shifty eye and, within the week, they were hanging out beside them. Even saw one sleeping right beside the dog.

It was a good effort. We'll see what's to come for next year...

Centennial Selfies was published in the School of Business Business Connected Newsletter Vol1.2