This is an illustration I've just done of the car from the amazing sitcom Arrested Development. I will be posting the second half to this post soon.
This pin striped guidebook for people who own Canary's and other pets is wonderfully illustrated with a mix of bright yellows and blacks. All the packaging for the pet supplies advertised throughout the book have the yellow and black pin striped background. I would love to see some of the packaging on shelves in a pet store as it would easily jump out in front of all other products on display.
The design I showed in an earlier post has finally been printed. It will be available from Whigby fairly shortly and can also be found in a few stores in and around Toronto.
Just North of Dundas Square on Yonge St is Toronto's little bit of Vegas. The strip club is a famous landmark in Toronto and has this amazing facade to it with the neon blonde lady kicking her heels with her top hat.
The Toronto Dominion towers were completed in 1969 and were designed by German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe who's North American period style is clearly seen here. The upper floors are fantastic with the majority of the rooms covered in wooden panelling. I went up there during doors open Toronto back in May.