Pascale Sévigny-Vallières, an illustrator and graphic designer from the Quebec City region, created this small accordion book as a glimpse into the world of a circus. This creative little visual highlights clowns, contortionists, jugglers and tightrope walkers.
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This is a still from Adrian Paci’s video, “Centro di permanenza temporanea” (Temporary Detention Center), showing men and women from Latin America getting ready to board a plane that never arrives. It’s part of a major exhibition on migration on now in the U.S.
An acclaimed photographer, graphic designer and architect, Jeffrey Milstein says he finds pleasure in patterns, framing and order as part of his passion for the geometric (discovered during his architectural training).
Sketchbooks full of bold, eye-candy colour are a gift, especially in the hands of a talented graphic designer like French artist Thomas Daddario.
Library and Archives Canada does a great job of curating interesting flashbacks and gems from the country’s history, some of them just so whimsical, including these images of beaches. Check out the LAC blog, here.
It’s time for another look at Caroline Larsen’s woven oil paintings, a genre she basically owns. The Canadian born artist continues to advance the technique of making her oil works look like tapestries.