Jason Ruddy is an illustrator and writer from Buckinghamshire in England. Jason studied Animation at University but in the last few years has discovered more of a love for writing and illustrating for children. He is currently working on his first picture book whilst also trying to juggle dangerous objects (just as a flaming skittle). His collaboration project, Monster Riot is run by him and his wife Catherine who produce eccentric retro illustrations and quirky plush creatures. They’re clients so far include Threadless, TJunk, Digital Artist Magazine and many others. For more work visit monsterriot.com.
Sterling Salzberg is a developer/designer and musician. In the past, he’s worked as a front end developer for social startup LinkedFA. He currently works as a designer for Jogonaut where they focus on what they’ve coined as Mixed Reality Games. In his free time, he works on his own mobile apps such as Stout, records, listens to and performs pop punk tunes and drinks way too much beer and coffee. You can follow Sterling on Twitter or Tumblr.
I am a graphic designer and illustrator, located in Southern California, who never seems to have enough hours in the day. My days are spent as a full-time designer at Column Five Media, and by night I continue working doing freelance here and here, and blogging about design at Visual News.
Kaatya Kelly is a graphic designer from Moldova. After 12 years of drawing icons, illustration and interface graphics she has moved to Prague to receive her bachelor of arts degree in graphic design and expanded her interests to calligraphy, typography and children’s books. She is fascinated by natural structures and interested in connections between art, design and mathematics.
Christopher Cacho is a designer, illustrator, fanboy, and a self-proclaimed sea captain with a stubborn curiosity living in Austin, Texas. He is currently part of the in-house design team at BancVue. Enjoys eating soup and makes a pretty good Old Fashioned.
Between instagram and the increasingly common use of professional cameras, it seems nowadays everyone considers them self a “photographer”. But for those of you who are interested in seeing truly artistic and unique photographs, we have sifted through the creative crowds to find the best of the best Toronto-based photographers as featured below.