Swerve Magazine Fall Arts Guide

I did this series of illustrations for Swerve Magazine a couple of weeks ago. Its for Swerve’s Fall Arts Guide, and their theme this year was “choose your own adventure”. I was asked to emulate the style of illustration used in the classic CYOA book covers, featuring several events that are coming up this fall.

This assignment was pretty challenging, as they needed all 8 illustrations in 5 days. As a result, the level of finish is a little less than my usual personal work. However, I’m very happy with the illustrations, and it was a fun project overall.

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Cover

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Better Get Hit In Your Soul: dances inspired by the music, life and times of Charles Mingus

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Rush-Hour Concerts at the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra

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Doors Open Calgary

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Joseph Boyden is 2013’s Banff Distinguished Author.

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YYC Comedy Festival

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“Crime Does Not Pay” at Downstage Theatre (see my poster for it here)

 

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Calgary International Film Festival

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