About Graham
Creator of a bunch of books including a series of faux illustrated Biographies, and illustrator for clients like The Atlantic, The New York Times, Tatler, Coors, Cartoon Network, Disney, Globe and Mail, and whatnot and on and on. Goes places, does things, but could and should more.
http://www.roumieu.com
Current city: Toronto
Creator of a bunch of books including a series of faux illustrated Biographies, and illustrator for clients like The Atlantic, The New York Times, Tatler, Coors, Cartoon Network, Disney, Globe and Mail, and whatnot and on and on. Goes places, does things, but could and should more.
 

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Sarah Alinia Ziazi is a Toronto-based illustrator. Her practice generates a dialogue between themes of identity and nostalgic experiences that evoke ambivalence towards femininity and its stereotypes. A combination of mechanical and organic synthesis is seen within her aesthetics to further explore these concepts.
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Cristian Ordóñez is a designer and photographer currently based in Toronto. Lived as a kid in Christchurch, New Zealand and Miami, Florida. He started his career more than 12 years ago in his native Santiago de Chile, where he operated H23 Studio. He arrived in Canada in 2008 to work at Blast Radius as Art Director. Today he resides at Concrete Design and does a variety of work across design, photography and artwork.  
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My work is an ongoing exploration across media, ranges from performance, drawing, painting, and photography. In my artistic practice, I contemplate about the role of materials,  various media, the body, and performative elements in the process of mark making gestures. I am interested in expressing ideas about how the notion of identity, displacement, and memory are held in the body.  I develop performative methods that break down boundaries between various disciplines. Through Inter-media performative practice, I incorporate the body as a material, object, and subject. I utilize the camera as a tool to capture and record my studio and staged performances, as well as activating time, space and light with body movement.
  I'm interested in the complexity of performative documentation, and the potential of both traditional and new advanced media in these representations. 
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