Five Minutes with Jeremy Leung

This is the one visual element that can be seen throughout Jeremy Leung’s work. The New York-based illustrator says these lines have been a part of his repertoire for the past ten years.

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Pi Co. vs. Pizza Forno

Coming out of a meeting in Toronto last week to forage for food, my colleagues and I found ourselves in the middle of a kind of pizza vortex. On one side of the street, embedded in a wall was a fresh new automated pizza machine (or vending machine) branded ‘Pizza Forno’. It promised ‘artisanal’ pizza in 3 minutes for about fifteen bucks.”

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Vigg Inspiration Interview

Montreal-based illustrator Vigg has been in the game for 20 years. His playful and joyful style is mostly divided between children’s book and editorial illustrations. For him, there is no difference illustrating between the various sources, the commonality being story-telling. “Kids are very bright and intelligent so I don’t find myself going to a lower level of storytelling when I draw for them,” he says.

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Marcus Beretta

Toronto-based photographer Marcus Beretta can break down his creative process into three steps. The first is inspiration, then explanation and finally execution. Or as he says, “This is what I want to do, this is why I want to do it and then actually doing it.”

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