A new piece I made for the Globe and Mail’s Book Review. You can read the review for Sandrine’s Case here. Thanks to the always marvelous AD Matt French!
"I found the house without difficulty and passed under the archway into the court. The courtyard was barren and deep, like a coffin standing on end."
I went to Berlin earlier this summer for the Young Illustrators Award show during Illustrative 13——a international illustration festival held in the city. In preparation, I read a number of books related to Berlin. Arguably, the mother of them all is Berlin Stories by Christopher Isherwood. I underlined a number of my favorite passages with the intention of developing a project out of it. Well, that hasn’t happened yet. But I do have this little sketch.