Pen & Ink & More Opinion piece by a medical doctor about the extraordinary samples his patients bring in. Medical PostSoaking wet border collie in mid-shake. From The Dog Rules (Damn Near Everything) by William J. Thomas.Dogs Terrified by Condo Life Dog Eyes magazine.The Zen of Dogwalking, Dog Eyes magazine.Header to flyer warning employees to avoid physical strain on business trips.Various spots for Environmental News section, Alternatives Jounral.Humour piece about suburban sprawl near a large hog farm. Alternatives magazine.Stickers for an Annual Student Diary/Planner. Scholastic Canada.Opinion article on the dangers of genetic engineering leading to eugenics. Alternatives magazine.Mythical Dogs of History, an article for Dog Eyes magazine.Prize Button for Chemisty Library Research at University of Toronto, Scarborough.Personal project. Holiday card based on a true incident. (Not the carolling, alas.)Busy classroom for an Addison-Wesley textbook.It's important to train your dog to heal at an early age. From The Dog Rules (Damn Near Everything) by William J. Thomas.Solution for problems with plants in shade. From Clueless in the Garden by Yvonne Cunningham.Slide for an environmental presentation. Client: CoEd Communications.Opinion piece by a medical doctor on overenthusiastic patients. Medical PostSlide explaining the concept of "carbon footprint" from an in-depthenvironmental presentation. Client: CoEd Communications.The differences in shadow length between winter and summer light. Clueless in the Garden by Yvonne Cunningham, Key Porter Publishers.From the science graphic novel Born Smart? written and illustrated by Peter Cook and Laura Suzuki, Scholastic Canada, 1993.Student with an enormously large backpack for an Addison-Wesley textbook.Cover of Clueless in the Garden by Yvonne Cunningham. Key Porter Books.From the dawn of time, maybe dogs have been a woman's best friend. From The Dog Rules (Damn Near Everything) by William J. Thomas.Haida language words for life situations—in this case getting a toilet paper resupply! From K̲aax̱ul Naay by Kihlgula Gaaya.Personal project. New Year's family greeting card for the Year of the Tiger.Haida language words for life situations—in this case, "do you need to pee?" From K̲aax̱ul Naay by Kihlgula Gaaya.Drowning in water…bottles. Slide for an environmental presentation. Client: CoEd Communications.Commission by Dr. Yoni Freedhoff, reflecting his opinion of TV celebrity Doctor Oz.Where do grolar bears come from? Canada Doodles, written by Megan Radford, published by Gibbs Smith.Opening pages of the Feeding chapter of the science graphic novel Born Smart? written and illustrated by Peter Cook and Laura Suzuki, Scholastic Canada, 1993.