Facts of (Sheep) Life

Being green and connecting back to nature is all sweet and cute but serious approach require some serious knowledge of the world that surrounds us. Lack of it can pose a treat to an individual who would confront a wild or even domestic animal. The animated series Facts of (Sheep) Life is here to help. It is focused on a small segment of nature and provides essential facts about life of a fascinating creature - sheep. Yes, we all know that sheep inhabit the ground and that they are stupid and that they consume grass, but how, when, and where those

Flows

One of Vancouver corporate buildings' inner atrium offer beautiful flows, rhythms and textures.

Tortoise

I drew this tortoise in a very graphic style while back for the American Zoos and Aquariums project. Recently, I revisited the artwork and added a bit more texture and details...  

  • The Torch relay with Alex Bilodeau

  • Cauldron (re)lit by Gretzky

  • Magic of kd lang

  • Jack Poole plaza birds eye view

Olympic Anniversary

The team who delivered Vancouver Olympic ceremonies, David Atkins Enterprises pitched a great concept for the Anniversary party. It didn't happen - for whatever reason. I produced a series of concept illustrations that were used in the pitch to depict the event. Here are few of those...  

Characters Overview

A  brief overview of various character designs that I have produced for games, films, attractions and personal projects. To drill into individual projects please check the Characters section of the Portfolio.

Art of 2010 Olympic Closing

Made in Canada segment of the Closing Ceremony featured Canadian ephemera, souvenirs, symbols but BIG... and loud. Yes, these are all "beloved" Canadian stereotypes in Vegas/Monty Python kind of fusion. I did the design, directing (with choreography team) and a part of animation of the projected media for this segment that featured Michael Buble as star performer. Most of the animation is done by Simon Piniel, additional artwork from Cyril Meusy, Elli Bunton and Kevin McAllister.

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