Originally published in September 2021 in Blog, Comic, Toronto Illustrators
My ode to Jules Feiffer’s mix of energy and malaise. It’s the story of one child-free gal’s pooch.
Originally published in April 2020 in Blog, Comic, Graphic Facilitator, Graphic Recorder, Graphic Visualizer, Toronto Illustrators
How can I not draw what’s happening? I’m cheering for Team Humanity. ~ Love, Alison
Originally published in April 2020 in Blog, Comic, Graphic Recorder, Graphic Visualizer, Toronto Illustrators
All of us are feeling this. Nothing is so simultaneously easy and hard as moving. #JustDoIt
Originally published in September 2019 in Blog, Cartoons, Comic, Illustration, Toronto Illustrators
In ten seconds, the ticker tape of a woman’s mind can go from, “I need a snack,” “When do I pick up the kids?” to “What’s the root cause of misogyny?” Most gals who pay attention to the way the world works are only two or three thoughts away from dystopian spirals. Afternoon cheese and […]
Originally published in July 2019 in Blog, Comic, Graphic Recorder, Illustration, Toronto Illustrators
I move between many different tribes: writer people, illustrator people, and hotel pool people.
Originally published in December 2018 in Blog, Comic, Illustration, Toronto Illustrators
My newest comic: an update on women’s progress through the current shit storm. Always remember: “Art should not be about impressing others. Art is about engaging in a candid dialogue with yourself.” ~ Dan Rather