Being a professional illustrator or photographer is a full-time job that goes beyond the mainstream nine-to-five: tough deadlines mean working through the night and photo shoots might whisk you away to unexpected places. Flashes of inspiration can happen anytime, so your sketchbook is an indispensable appendage. You might spend innumerable hours secluded in your studio, or perhaps you re a regular at the local coffeeshop. Chances are, your work and your life are one and the same and you wouldn't have it any other way... Work/Life is a book celebrating Canadian illustration and photography. Unlike magazine awards annuals or traditional illustration directories that are little more than picture books, our publication delves into what fuels a creative life. Participants were interviewed about their creative focus and artistic technique as well as their inspirations and aspirations. Sketchbook pages, studio shots, inspirational objects and personal photography allow us to peek into their work and their lives. Clint Adam-Smyth Dwight Allott Darren Booth Julia Breckenreid Nathan Burge CJ Burton Michael Byers Charlene Chua Marco Cibola Matthew Daley Hugo Dubon Byron Eggenschwiler Carolyn Fisher Douglas Fraser Chad Geran Mark Gervais Valéry Goulet Kristopher Grunert Jody Hewgill Jen Hsieh Blair Kelly Brennan Kelly Mike Kerr Evaan Kheraj Murray Kimber Karen Klassen Vanja Kragulj Jeff Kulak Edward Kwong Andrea Lam Vicky Lam Pierre Lamielle Kendyl Lauzon Aaron Leighton Renata Liwska Julie McLaughlin Luc Melanson Julia Minamata Jamie Morris Darcy Muenchrath Kyung Soon Park Phil the Art Guy Ryan Price Aimee Qiu Kyle Reed Marc Rimmer Rick Sealock Thom Sevalrud Genevieve Simms Anthony Smith Lori Joy Smith Amy Alice Thompson Davey Thompson Jamie Tucker Kirstie Tweed Stephen Wilde Wilkosz + Way Connor Willumsen Liz Wolfe Daniel Wood Amanda Woodward Courtney Wotherspoon Simone Zahradka plus interviews with illustrators Jillian Tamaki and Sam Weber and art directors Isabel Abdai (Martha Stewart Living) and Karen Simpson (MoneySense), and behind the scenes of real work and real life.
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UPPERCASE gallery, books & papergoods highlights the world of design and illustration through exhibitions, unique products and books. Since opening in 2005, UPPERCASE has hosted some notable exhibitions of Canadian talent: Aaron Leighton's Canadian Superheroes, Renata Liwska's children's book illustration, Kirstie Tweed's Orange Girl photography and Doug Fraser's Banal Drama. The gallery has also curated numerous thematic and group shows featuring international artists such as Camilla Engman, Christopher Silas Neal, Lisa Congdon, Ryan Heshka and Hatch Show Print. The gallery gained international attention in the summer of 2007 for The Shatner Show, an exhibition and publication of over 70 illustrations inspired by the life and career of William Shatner. An illustrious roster of invited participants included Mark Todd, Esther Pearl Watson, Martha Rich, Calef Brown, Marcos Chin, Joe Morse and others.
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