Tag Archives: Canadian

Joy Ang

Joy Ang is a Canadian multi-artist: illustrator, photographer and designer. On her portfolio there are few, but lovely, whimsical illustrations, sketchbook images, design projects, and photos. She also started a blog with craft projects, the crafty joy, with images of … Continue reading

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No Quarter

The animated short film No Quarter it’s a light-hearted comedic view on the devastating consequences of overwhelming greed. The animation, by Mike Trent, was created as his conclusion project for 3D Animation program at Vancouver Film School. I enjoyed very … Continue reading

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Nocturnal-Devil

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Do you love animations? Visit Videos with Bibi

If you love animations, you should be a reader of Videos with Bibi. I have been posting there since February and the video blog (vlog) contains, until now, hundreds of videos. There is a bit of everything: documentaries, silent melodramas, … Continue reading

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Canadian War Poster Collection

A fabulous collection: Canadian War Poster Collection – The holdings of the Print Collection in the Rare Books and Special Collections Division include some 250 Canadian posters from the two World Wars. During the First World War, the imagery of … Continue reading

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Jeff Wall

From Guardian Unlimited, Picture perfect: Since the 1970s, Canadian photographer Jeff Wall has worked as if he’s a cinematographer, using a cast and crew to create large-scale, dramatic images that can take more than a year to get right. But … Continue reading

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Bruce McCall

Bruce McCall is a Canadian author and illustrator, currently best known for his frequent contributions to the New Yorker. Born and raised in Simcoe, Ontario, he was always fascinated by comic books and showed an early aptitude for drawing fantastical … Continue reading

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Straight Line Designs

The Canadian company Straight Line Designs creates some fantastic furniture and I’m in love for their cabinets The interactive and fun projects were focused for children and family, but now they provide also design and manufacturing services of custom pieces … Continue reading

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Canadian Pulp Fiction

Tales from the Vault!: Canadian Pulp Fiction from 1940 till 1952. A fabulous collection with pulp art and fiction collection with the history of the pulp magazines. The collection featured in this virtual exhibit is one of the very few … Continue reading

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The greatest comics and Canadians comic heroes

We Stand on Guard for Thee: Canadian Comic Heroes. It’s a long and interesting article divide in pages about the history, the golden age, the artists and characters of Canadian comics and some images. Check out also The 100 Greatest … Continue reading

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