Alison Garwood Jones

Originally published in August 2019 in Blog, Illustration, Toronto Illustrators

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Hi Tomato

Originally published in July 2019 in Blog, Comic, Doodling, Graphic Facilitator, Graphic Recorder, Graphic Visualizer, Illustration, Toronto Illustrators

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A cure for homesickness

Originally published in July 2019 in Blog, Illustration, Pen Jar Productions, Toronto Illustrators

I got homesick at university. This is me on the left with my good friend, Kelly. Every time I went home, I would pinch something — a blanket, a framed photo, one of my dad’s sweatshirts, even a favourite soup spoon — and take it back to my dorm room. Technically-speaking, I was a thief […]

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Pool People

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.    

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Multicultural Day on The Esplanade

Originally published in June 2019 in Blog, Custom Portraits, Graphic Facilitator, Graphic Recorder, Graphic Visualizer, Illustration, Toronto Illustrators, Visual Storytelling

  If you are near Crombie Park this Thursday, June 27, please come and say hi. I’ll be working as one of the artists at Jamii Esplanade’s Multicultural Day, along with Andrew Patterson and Alicia Herbert. There will be live performances by dancers, musicians and poets from around the world. Stroll by Jarvis and Esplanade between […]

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Originally published in June 2019 in Blog, Illustration, Pen Jar Productions, Toronto Illustrators

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Jane’s Walk Toronto

Originally published in April 2019 in Blog, Illustration, Jane Jacobs Enamel Pin, Pen Jar Productions, Toronto Illustrators

In time for Jane’s Walk Toronto (May 3-5, 2019), Pen Jar Productions has teamed up with Another Story Bookshop.

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Splishy colours and Squiggles

Originally published in April 2019 in Blog, Illustration, Toronto Illustrators

I’m feeling abstract today.

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Originally published in April 2019 in Blog, Illustration, Toronto Illustrators

In 1967, she was thinking: air hostess (for the glamour), nurse and office girl with oodles of charm and personality. In 2019, she is thinking of algorithms, black holes, oncology, Odyssey translations, and true crime. She is still being instructed to improve her hair, her voice, her figure, her walk, but the joy of applying […]

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Brassieres

Originally published in April 2019 in Blog, Illustration, Toronto Illustrators

Och, this thing’s itchy. #SaidEveryWomanEver .

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