All posts tagged: toronto

Dave Murray {Toronto}


Canadian illustrator and designer Dave Murray‘s splendid brand of illustration has won him clients including Stella Artois and Dandyhorse Magazine. His work has also been featured in The Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, The National Post, Canadian House and Home, Benjamin Moore, and 3 x 3 Magazine. Whilst we’ve seen a few great examples of geometric work in the last 12 months (most notably Liam Brazier) there is a wonderful openess and freedom to […]

Burton Kramer Film trailer


“I needed only a drawing board, a t-square, some triangles, pencils, a sharpener, a desk lamp and a chair.” —Burton Kramer For your viewing pleasure, this spring will see the the release of an insight into design great Burton Kramer, produced by Vancouver based designer Greg Durrell. Born in 1932 in New York, Kramer began working in the late ’50s after graduating from Yale University. Aside from his prominently featured work at Expo 67, he […]

Lora Zombie {St. Petersburg}


Taste the partly macabre, wholey glorious world of Russian grunge artist Lora Zombie. Having mainly plied her trade on the interweb to date, recent times have seen her break through onto the gallery scene (as far afield as Toronto and Chicago), and in doing so introduce a whole new audience to her work. Check out the great video [at the bottom of this page] to the see girl herself in action. Tw. @LoraZombie  /  FB. […]