I don’t know who this man is or was, or how he ended up in a magazine that I just happened to flip through at a collaging event held at OCAD’s student gallery, but he was destined to be reunited with his third eye and garnished with a hit of colour. This collage was so effortless I dare not call it my own.

And keeping on the topic of cutting and pasting, I was recently interviewed by Notpaper.

Aprile, the blog’s creater, writes such thoughtful introductions for every artist she interviews. Thanks again, Aprile!

Here’s the link: Β


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My name is Ashley Barron and I'm a Toronto based illustrator. This is my online show & tell of new artwork and anything else I find inspiring. Thanks for taking a look :)

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