watering hole

Last week I had the chance to see my illustrations animated for the first time. Working alongside the talented Jason Agar from Stone Canoe, I watched in awe as my lion yawned sleepily, dragon blew fire, monkey scratched her behind, and peacock connected with his online lover.

This moving menagerie was one of many compilations projected onto a 3D set, designed by Isaac Rayment, for this years TEDxToronto talks.

That’s one cheesy speaker if you ask me!

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2 Responses to “watering hole”


  1. 1 Celeste Ramos October 20, 2010 at 2:41 pm

    This looks mad! how awesome and congratulations!


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