May 21, 2013

Canerdian rubble beach

I'm back from a week in Toronto, and as always it was a great pleasure to see all my drawing friends and meeting new ones. TCAF was pretty good, I'll be reviewing my favorite acquisitions in this week's Tebeo Tropical.

Here is a notebook that was gifted to me by Edie Fake while hanging out at a bar. I drew most of it, but I also collaborated with him and Keith Jones in it. There's also one drawing by Michael DeForge there






One of my favorite parts of my trip was biking to the east side of the city out to lake Ontario. It's an industrial area and the edges of the lake (which is so big you could think it is some sort of waveless beach) are filled with rubble and construction waste. It was like the perfect mixture of apocaliptic trash and wild nature. Sadly, the only thing I was capable of taking a picture of during this week was Keith's cat, Wicked Tuna.


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