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An illustration for an article discussing the benefits of "habit stacking", developing good daily routines in order to keep bad habits at bay.
The Weekend Guardian




Poster advertising our “Gummi de Milo” replica. A collaboration between myself, South Street Boatbuilders, & Rosehound Apparel to create a life size, edible, replica of the Gummy de Milo and it’s respected display case from The Simpsons episode, “Homer Badman”.




Illustration for an article about understanding Twitter, and the learning curve of age.
Medium.com/Matter





Illustration for viral "Diet Coke" ad.
Diet Coke




Illustration for viral "Diet Coke" ad.
Diet Coke




An illustration for an article about poorly arranged offices & misused space.
Alberta Venture




Illustration for a Q&A article about a reader's problem with a mysterious animal constantly chewing on their gas cap.
Cottage Life




Illustration for an article about how Canadian film is struggling to find it’s voice in comedy.
The Walrus.




Spot illustration for an article about the increasing of minimum wage in America.
Bloomberg Businessweek.




Illustration for an article about YukomiCon 2014 (the Yukon's Comicon), describing how "nerd culture" is beginning to reach the depths of the north.
UpHere Magazine.




Spot illustration for the "Contributors" section in May's issue of "The Walrus Magazine". All spots were to be carnival themed.
The Walrus, "Contributors".




Spot illustration for the "Letters" section in May's issue of "The Walrus Magazine". All spots were to be carnival themed.
The Walrus, "Letters".




Spot illustration for the "Editor's Note" section in May's issue of "The Walrus Magazine". All spots were to be carnival themed.
The Walrus, "Editor's Note".




Spot illustration/type treatment for the "Miscellany" section in May's issue of "The Walrus Magazine". All spots were to be carnival themed.
The Walrus, "Miscellany".




Spot illustration for an article about an upcoming election in which the candidate's aide is proving to be just as important as the candidate himself. All spots were to be carnival themed.
The Walrus, "Miscellany".




Spot illustration for an article describing the possible uselessness of online brain checkups. All spots were to be carnival themed.
The Walrus, "Miscellany".




Spot illustration for an article discussing the less pleasurable sides of the "Tim Hortons" corporation. All spots were to be carnival themed.
The Walrus, "Miscellany".




An illustration for an article discussing the changing of the seasons from winter to spring. Describing that when retirees begin returning to the city, spring is near.
Globe and Mail, "Facts & Arguments".




An illustration for an article chronicling the online aviation community. A group of people who perform virtual air travel from home for the mere pleasure of it.
New York Times, "Sunday Review"




An illustration for an article about shady dealings at "PBS's News Hour" and it's secret private ownership.
PandoDaily.




An illustration for an article about a stay-at-home dad who realizes being a parent has always been his calling.
Globe and Mail, "Facts & Arguments".




Illustration for an article about a dad who feels he is being held hostage by his teenage children and imprisoned by his family life.
Globe and Mail, "Facts & Arguments".




Spot illustrations for an article about the horrible consequences for a man, who refrained from eating gluten products for an entire month.
Reader's Digest Canada.





An illustration for an article discussing tips on staying healthy in the new year. Space was left at the top for a title. The image was then broken up and reproduced into spot illustrations inside the paper.
The Globe and Mail, "Health & Lifestyle".




An illustration for an article about a man learning that his new job as a telemarketer is much more cutthroat than he ever could have expected.
The Globe and Mail, "Facts & Arguments".




Contribution to the publication "Monster Edition", a homage to R.L. Stine's "Goosebumps".
Monster Edition.




An illustration for an article about an elderly persons struggle in understanding how to work new technology.
The Globe and Mail, "Facts & Arguments".




Illustration for Reader's Digest Canada's "Last Laugh" page.
***Also chosen for American Illustration 31!***
Reader's Digest Canada.




An illustration for an article discussing the positive benefits of chewing bubble gum to your oral hygiene.
The New York Times, "Weekend Review".




An illustration for an article describing the complicated relationship between twin boys growing up in the same household.
***Also chosen for American Illustration 32!***
The Globe and Mail, "Facts & Arguments".




Piece for an article commenting on the mass media’s use of Photoshop to modify the bodies of women.
"Eternity".




An illustration regarding the segregation of wildlife.
"Eternity".




An illustration for a story about a women's constant obsession with BuzzFeed lists.
The Globe and Mail, "Facts & Arguments".




A piece about the prospects of dating in the year 2077.
***Also chosen for American Illustration 31!***
"Eternity".




An illustration for a story about the growing trend of QR codes..
M/I/S/C Magazine.




Children bully a robot in year 2089 with fridge magnetic lettering.
"Eternity".




An illustration for an article about an adult man uncovering his old report cards, and the resurgence of his memories associated with bad grades.
The Globe and Mail "Facts & Arguments".




An illustration dealing with society's growing dependency on technology.
"Eternity".




An image illustrating people's ignorance towards power conservation.
"Eternity".




An illustration for an article regarding the myths related to the production of fast food.
***chosen for Creative Quarterly 24!***
"Eternity".




Hover bike bread basket drawback.
"Eternity".




A piece on the topic of creationism.
"Eternity".




A man horrified to discover he is actually a robot while in the sauna room on vacation.
"Eternity".




An illustration for an article discussing a single woman’s negative outlook on the dating scene and the lies she had been telling to men.
The Globe and Mail "Facts & Arguments".




Sandbox
***Also chosen for American Illustration 31!***




An illustration for an article on the subject of the development of cyborgs & humanoids.
"Eternity".




Spot illustrations for The Village Voice's "La Dolce Musto".
The Village Voice.




An illustration for an article regarding the trials and tribulations of adoption.
"Eternity".




An illustration for a piece discussing the life saving possibilities of cryonics.
"Eternity".




An illustration for an article regarding a woman's incredibly disappointing trip to Paris.
Globe and Mail, "Facts & Arguments".





T-Shirt Logo for The Flaming Lips




An illustration for an article commenting on the use of Ritalin to improve children’s levels of concentration in school.
The New York Times, "Weekend Review".




An illustration for an article about re-imagining the long commute to your cottage, and the hope of a better way.
Cottage Life Magazine.




An illustration for an article discussing the affects of children being raised purely on technology.
"Eternity".




A faux advertisement for a futuristic razor blade, Gillette's Mach25.
"Eternity".




A depiction of funerals in the year 2104.
"Eternity".




A privately commissioned family portrait.
Order your very own via email: joren.cu@gmail.com.




An illustration regarding the depletion of our natural resources, and the negative affect it will have on our future.
"Eternity".




An illustration societies growing dependance on technology.
"Eternity".




An illustration for an article regarding the advancements in mechanical prosthesis.
"Eternity".




A privately commissioned portrait of a family and their dog.
Order your very own via email: joren.cu@gmail.com.
***chosen for Creative Quarterly 32!***




An illustration depicting the possible destruction the internet can have on our everyday lives.
"Eternity".




Santa changes Rudolph's nose on Christmas Eve.
Holiday greeting card.




Gender segregation in the wilderness.
"Eternity".




Families from across the galaxy gather together to watch the full moon of 2098.
"Eternity".




The cover of my book, "Eternity: An Illustrated Guide To The Future."
"Eternity".




An illustration depicting the closing of Toronto's legendary Book City, and the changing face of the Annex neighborhood.
Blog.TO.




An interpretation of the Magic School Bus lost in deep space.
"Eternity".




T-shirt design for IPC Electronics.
Scott & Victor - Infinite Peripheral.




A barber getting distracted by a football game during a haircut.
"Eternity".




A commentary on North America's growing fascination with Toronto's Mayor Rob Ford and the deeply negative affect it is having on the community.




An illustration for an article questioning humanity’s growing preferences towards digital interaction, as opposed to face to face relationships.
"Eternity".





A sticker & button set I created for my campaign; "are you a breakfast person??"




An illustration for an article documenting a man’s six minute wait at McDonalds for a grilled chicken sandwich.
The Globe and Mail "Facts & Arguments".




An illustration depicting the reboot of the Friday the 13th film franchise to a shocked audience in the year 2101.
"Eternity".




An illustration for an article concerning the growing danger of overpopulation and the issues it will cause future generations.
"Eternity".




A graphic for an article concerning a mother’s struggle to deal with her only son's departure to college.
The Globe and Mail "Facts & Arguments".




Spot illustrations for a mock feature on the history of the bungee cord.
Explore Magazine.




An illustration for an article discussing global warming and climate change.
The New York Times.




An illustration for a story about best before dates on food.
The Globe and Mail "Facts & Arguments".




An illustration depicting the concerns associated with driving & potholes on Highway 19802-342-23409A-MOON.
"Eternity".




A passionate doctor looses control after failing conquest against a deadly virus.
"Eternity".




Teenagers abusing a 3-D photocopier in the year 2080.
"Eternity".



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