Canadian artist Murray Kimber was interviewed for a feature in UPPERCASE gallery's book "Work/Life", which explores the creative life of notable Canadian illustrators and photographers. Publisher and designer Janine VanGool wanted a peek into the studios and minds of working artists, trying to find the line between work and life among a group of dedicated people who have trouble seeing the difference.
The article also explores Murray's technique and process, taking a job from start to finish and giving a glimpse into what an art director can expect from hiring a professional illustrator. Says Kimber, "My philosophy has always been that art directors always have a variety of projects on the go. I want them to be able to know they don't have to be able to worry about the one I am doing. That creates repeat business."
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You can also buy the book here: http://www.uppercasegallery.ca/titles/