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About

Biography

Lori Langille studied Fine Arts at the University of Ottawa before going on to the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD U) in Toronto to study painting and illustration. She graduated from OCAD U's Communications and Design program with a concentration in Editorial Illustration. Since then she has worked on a freelance basis for a wide range of private and public sector clients. Lori also pursues a parallel career in fine arts, exhibiting her work both independently and with the Clutch art collective. Notable illustration work includes:

* 2008: Creating the goddess logo for Mildred's Temple Kitchen in Toronto

* 2013: Designing a 13 foot high wall mural for Mildred's Temple Kitchen

* 2015: Three collage illustrations for Parfait, a Toronto condo development by Tridel, for use in print media, signage, website and other collateral

 

Illustration Client List

Adobe, American Lawyer Magazine, Avenue Magazine, Bell Canada, Benefits Magazine, Burnt Toast Magazine, Canadian Business Magazine, Canadian Geographic Magazine, Canadian House of Commons, CIBC Wood Gundy, Consulting and Audit Canada, D Home Magazine, Delta Air Sky Magazine, Elections Canada, Fast Company Magazine, The Globe and Mail, Great Canadian Theatre Company, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare Magazine, Holt Rinehart Publishers, Homemakers Magazine, Hour Detroit Magazine, Indianapolis Monthly Magazine, Interiors Magazine, Merrill Lynch, Microsoft, Mildred's Temple Kitchen, The Milken Institute Review, More Magazine, The National Post, Nortel, Precedent Magazine, Profit Magazine,  Selling Power Magazine, Statistics Canada, Texas Monthly, The Toronto Star, Tridel, Write Magazine, Your Money Magazine.

 

Lori's portfolio can be viewed on her illustration website. She is also a member of the Women Who Draw directory.

 

Craft Shows

2022

Spring 2022 Toronto Stationery Show (May 1-14, virtual)

 

2021

Big Love Craft Market (February 11-14, virtual)

Spring 2021 Toronto Stationery Show (April 4-17, virtual)

Freewheeling Craft Spring Market (April 29 - May 3, virtual)

Cheerfully Made Spring Market 2021 (May 6-9, virtual)

Fall 2021 Toronto Stationery Show (Oct 31 - Nov 13, virtual)

Holidays at the NAC Craft Market (November 28)

 

2020

Holiyay Craft Market (November 26-January 15, virtual)

 

2019

Idle Hands Craft Show (November 24)