I do an illustration almost every month for Matt French over at the Globe & Mail. The work that I do for their section called “Facts and Arguments” really appeals to the way I do problem solving in a way that is both narrative and conceptual. Here is the last three piece’s I’ve done for them.
This illustration was for an essay about a runner who ran on a late night marathon team, where an SUV would drive a head and he would tag the next person at a check point before taking a break after running so many miles. The essay focused heavy on how he dealt with the pains of running long distance while running alone during the overnight relay.
The Globe & Mail recently went through a redesign so now all of the illustrations are a little more narrow that what I normally do for them.
This is for a story that ran in July 4th. It is for a story about a women who get’s laid off and takes the only job she could get. It was to sell newspaper subscriptions as a telemarketer and she loathed it.
Lastly, this is for a story about how the author went on a cruise ship with his wife, and met another couple whom they got along with really well. After talking a bit, the author and the wife of the other couple discovered they are actually long lost cousins.