2679 rue Wellington, Montreal
QC, Canada, H3K 1X8
I’m a Montréal-based illustrator, artist, and best-selling author very into editorial and commercial work, and while the portfolio part of this website may include only a trim two dozen projects, I’ve been part of more than 1000 assignments on five continents since 2002. That might sound impressive (and make commissioning me to make new work sound expensive), but I work on a sliding scale and respond to every inquiry. Other interests: minimalism, maximalism, world and local history, equality, diversity, economics, music, science fiction, historic buildings, pictorial maps, Canadiana, wall art, preserving a 145-year-old home, etc. I’m also a proud member of Illustration Québec, which is a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring together and support illustrators.
You can think of much of my work as a collage that doesn’t look like a collage—pieces made from real-world lines, shapes, and textures scanned into a computer that’s used as an infinitely-forgiving Xerox machine, glue, and scissors. These “collaged” components lose their recognizability in the process, but through repetitive use bring flaws, eccentricities, and geometries that form a unique visual vocabulary.
Applied Arts, the Baffler, Barron’s, Billboard, Businessweek, the Canada Council for the Arts, Canadaland, Coach House Books, Creative Review, Dwell, the Economist, Editions Flammarion, Fast Company, the Financial Times, Folio Society, Foreign Policy, Fortune, Gestalten, the Globe & Mail, the Guardian, GQ, Harvard Business, the Hollywood Reporter, La Repubblica, Le Monde, Men’s Health, MIT Technology Review, Monocle, NPR, NEON, New Scientist, the New Yorker, the New York Times, Nido, NYLON, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Pentagram, Pitchfork, Politico, PRINT, the Progressive, ProPublica, Reader’s Digest, Real Simple, Reuters, the Royal Economics Society, Runner’s World, Saveur, Scientific American, SPIN, the Seattle Stranger, Sub Pop, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Time, Today’s Parent, Variety, the Walrus, the Washington Post, WIRED, etc.
305 Lost Buildings of Canada with Alex Bozikovic (Goose Lane Editions, 2022)
B&W Illustrations (Belgravian Press, 2012)
This is WWI (Mille Putois, 2011)
The Walrus (Sept. 2022)
Glass Bookshop Radio (6 May 2022)
The Globe & Mail (25 March 2022)
CBC’s Sunday Magazine (13 March 2022)
The Edmonton Journal (12 March 2022)
Newspaper Club (8 Oct. 2018)
Design Kids (April 2018)
All screenprints in the shop were printed by Unik with high quality papers and inks, and all other prints are printed in-studio with an Epson T3170 on enhanced matte 192 GSM paper. Prints are shipped weekly and rolled in sturdy double-walled carboard mailers, and sorry—we don’t offer framing. Estimated shipping times are as follows: 2-8 business days within Canada and the United States, 4-8 weeks to Europe, 4-12 weeks to everywhere else.
Besides being available through my onine shop, prints can be bought at the following real-world places: Kit (Calgary), Fort Edmonton, Maven & Grace, the RAM and Vivid Print (Edmonton), Lost & Found (Halifax), Hamilton Museums and Mixed Media (Hamilton), Happy Thoughts (Kingston), the Galt Museum (Lethbridge), Spruce Moose (London), Sumi’s (Los Angeles), Affiche en Tête, L’Affichiste, Arloca, La Boutique du Musée McCord, Marché St Laurent, Montréal Images, and Paperole (Montreal), Gift Horse (Nashville), the OAG Shop (Ottawa), PAFA Museum Store (Philadelphia), Labour of Love, Spacing and Off The Wall Framing (Toronto), Gifted (Waterloo), and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and the Dalnavert Museum (Winnipeg). Interested in stocking RB? Drop by our Faire profile right here or send Print Manager Hannah an e-mail.