do not adjust your monitor.


A music video with awesome visual effects directed by Ray Tintori for Chairlift's Evident Utensil. Found it via Motionographer.

finally fit.

No, no. Not fitness fit. Honda Fit. I'm finally posting some work... About time eh..? I worked on some freelance work some months back. The fit is go website launched a while back, but I never realized the part I worked on actually went live.

I was asked to design a paper toy of the Honda Fit that can be folded from one sheet of letter-sized paper. It had been a really long time since I worked on any technical illustration, so this was a perfect opportunity for me to get a refresh. I took full advantage of it by going as far as I could with details. Actually, I found it kind of challenging to simplify it to a boxy cut out, but after some planning, everything went smooth and swell. I'm satisfied with the project.

I want to thank my tech illustration teachers at Sheridan College, Doug Donald and Ian Stewart, for giving our class a project on paper engineering. It probably would've taken me twice as long to do this project without that training. Thanks again!

Ugh... This blog is sooo ugly... For some reason it won't set up the same way my personal blog is set up, even though the code is the exact same. Please bear with me while I spend some time doing a new template...

Assembled and photographed by Jonathan W.

The illustration PDF print out.

some changes for 2009

Jolly Good New Year To Ye!

From here on, the blog posts imported onto my Facebook will be from this blog as opposed to my personal one. My personal blog will still be updated just as much as this one, if not more. This blog will showcase my works in progress and such, also some of my colleagues and friends' works, and other neat goodies I find on the net. Basically, profession related goodies.

My site redesign for version 2.0 is still in progress, but the showreel is available for viewing while I work on the rest. v1.0 is still available if you care to see my college portfolio. I'm working on new projects at work this year and things are looking good! Lots to learn.

Thanks for dropping by! Good day.