Alison Garwood Jones

Virginia and Alice: A Zine

Originally published in May 2022 in Blog, Toronto Illustrators

A zine about two writers trying to write.

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Working For Free

Originally published in April 2022 in Blog, Toronto Illustrators

Building your castle on someone else’s land is deceptively simple and attractive … until the landlord changes the terms on you. Etsy sellers are facing a 30% hike in their transaction fees. The plugins exist to go out on your own. Sure, it will take time, but what you get back in pride and ownership […]

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Choose Your Life

Originally published in April 2022 in Blog, Toronto Illustrators

A friend of Benjamin’s parents took him aside and bestowed upon him his best piece of career advice. “Just one word, Benny: Rebar.” #Toronto #CondoBoom #ShitTonOmoney #ChooseYourLife

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Kay Thompson

Originally published in April 2022 in Blog, Toronto Illustrators

“Getting bored is not allowed.” Who is the Kay Thompson in your life? #Eloise  

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Pigeons & Elevator Buttons

Originally published in April 2022 in Blog, Toronto Illustrators

In my latest book, I highlight all the things little kids do. ~ Enjoy!

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Sunrise Over Paris

Originally published in March 2022 in Blog, Toronto Illustrators

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Art Classes: Cocoa & Paint

Originally published in March 2022 in Art Classes, Blog, Toronto Illustrators

Cocoa and Paint Jamii is hosting a series of FREE “Cocoa and Paint” workshops for people of ALL ages in our community. March 30 – April 6 – April 13, 2022 (3 evenings) from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. At the St. Lawrence Community Centre Funded by Rama Gaming House As a group, alongside artist Alison […]

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The Best Way to Complain

Originally published in February 2022 in Blog, Toronto Illustrators

This moment in time calls for some slap-dash oil brushes. Once again I turned to the “Classic Paints” collection by Sadie Lew, a Colorado-based designer committed to “making the digital look traditional.” The model is James Murphy, one of the more intriguing lost boys still riding this planet. To learn more about Murphy, this Guardian article […]

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Happy Holidays!

Originally published in December 2021 in Blog, Toronto Illustrators

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new york, NEW YORK!

Originally published in December 2021 in Blog, Toronto Illustrators

Peg couldn’t believe how dense the skyline was getting.    Illustration by Alison Garwood-Jones – Photo: Getty Images

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