The team at the TD Summer Reading Club produced this short video about me and my work (and my coworker Gary).
My favourite piece from this year’s TD Summer Reading Club. This is the centrefold poster in the program’s magazine, designed to showcase not only all the characters, but the different types of activities central to this year’s Making theme: art, music, crafts, textiles, building, inventions, electronics, photography, gardening, cooking, and of course, reading.
More TD Summer Reading Club art, you say? Sure thing. Here’s the cover to the pre-reader booklet for parents of younger kids just learning to read.
Here’s the cover to the TD Summer Reading Club magazine. Every kid who enrols in the program will get a copy. It’s full of games and stories and articles about art, creativity, inventiveness, and making.
The TD Summer Reading Club launched yesterday. It’s a fantastic reading program in libraries across Canada for kids of all ages. This year’s theme is Eureka! and celebrates creativity and making.
I am thrilled to be this year’s TD Summer Reading Club Artist, and even more thrilled to finally show off all the work I did for the program. I’ll share images over the next few days. Here’s the poster you might see in your local public library.
An illustration in the print edition of today’s Globe and Mail accompanying an article about Think Like a Freak, the latest book by Stephen Dubner and Steven Levitt of Freakonomics fame.
TCAF is this weekend, May 10-11.
I’m not exhibiting this year, but I’ll still be at a few events, including a panel where you can see some excerpts (like the one shown here!) from my upcoming book A Cat Named Tim and Other Stories, and a kids’ drawing session with Britt Wilson:
I also have a piece in The Last Match art show presented by kuš and Videofag in Kensington Market.
Happy TCAFing. See you there!