Monday, November 10, 2008
Globe and Mail Illustration
This is the illustration I did for a Remembrance Day story in the Facts and Arguments section of today's Globe and Mail. The writer Howard Fluxgold relates how, as a child, his mother would cover his mouth with her hand to show people how much he looked like her brother from the nose up. Fluxgold then goes on to describe his search as an adult to discover the actual fate of his uncle (who died in WWII). My concept was to tie the past and present together in this piece, with the family resemblance being the link. You can read the story online here.