Here is some of my latest illustration work.
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(Click on any of the images below to open up the full gallery).
Selfie Scan: Animation produced for software company specializing in identity verification services. Sequence demonstrates how to correctly use app for scanning face. Illustration and motion graphics by Sumack Loft.
Orange Shirt Day: Inspired by the beautiful and evocative work of Kenojuak Ashevak, a volunteer illustration for Orange Shirt Day, a day on which we commemorate the thousands of indigenous children who were taken from their homes to residential schools. Every child matters indeed.
Each month my web developer partners and I put an ad in the local arts and community newspaper The Humm. This one we had some fun with!
Social Distancing: An illustration created in the spring of 2020 to promote discount being offered to clients affected by COVID-19.
Oriole Lane: a local estate requested an illustration to brand the entrance to the property, choosing the bird namesake of their beautiful avenue.
Co-operatives & Mutuals Canada: Co-op week is a celebration of Canadian co-operative and credit union members. A custom illustration was designed for this year featuring worker bees and a hive, an age-old symbol of the co-operative movement.
Fulton’s Pancake House & Sugar Bush updated their trail signage in 2019 and needed a large suite of very quick illustrations based on the old signs which were hand painted a few decades ago.
Crooked Mile Brewing Company Craft Beer Labels: Crow’s Castle.
Crooked Mile Brewing Company Craft Beer Labels: Highland Hillwalker.
Crooked Mile Brewing Company Craft Beer Labels: Black Dog.
Crooked Mile Brewing Company Craft Beer Labels: Druid’s Dusk.
Crooked Mile Brewing Company Craft Beer Labels: Standing Stone.
Crooked Mile Brewing Company Craft Beer Labels: Art direction, design, and illustration for a microbrewery in Almonte, Ontario. Crooked Mile commissioned me to create illustrations for each of their flagship beers based on vistas the owners fell in love with during a walking tour in the UK.
Eko Solar Engine: Art direction and design of illustration/infographic showing the component parts of the passive house building solution offered at EkoBuilt. A passive house is powered by the sun and requires no furnace, allowing its residents to live off grid if required, thus the illustration has been designed in such a way as to convey a wealth of information in a quick and simple way.
“Aspen” Graphic: This delightful illustration was commissioned by a lovely man as a thank you to a friend teaching him how to ride. He is obviously very captivated with his equine companion as he insisted on having the design match the horse exactly — right down to that charming heart on her shoulder. No really!
Blue Hen Farm Packaging: A local farm doubling as a bed & breakfast commissioned this illustration for one of their farm gate products.
Fingerprint Scan: Animation produced for software company specializing in identity verification services. Sequence demonstrates how to correctly use app for scanning fingerprints.
Personal Injury Law – Erbs Palsy Illustrations: Design and development of 5 illustrations depicting various facets of Erbs palsy for use in diverse applications such as company website, Powerpoint presentations, and social media posts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram), as well as possible print use and larger screen displays. Client requested a very straightforward rendering of the subject with a natural, soft, gentle, and respectful style, not graphic or disturbing in any way.
Naked Composer – Glorius II / The Open Field: Art direction, concept, and production of illustrative campaign for musical endeavour. Illustration developed to back up idea of Naked Composer depicts man lying in grass surrounded by various elements that seem to be manifestations of the music inside his head. Each element is to be released as cover art with a song once a month until all 12 songs have been published, at which point, any patron who has purchased the complete set receives an electronic copy of the full illustration which they can print out.
Little Miss Whoopie: An illustration for a fellow creative in the U.S. who needed a girl superhero to represent a client making pastries called Whoopie Pies. The superhero ended up being changed quite a lot for the final, but here she is as she looked when she left my studio!