NICK CRAINE IS A VISUAL ARTIST living in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. His illustrations have appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, The New York Times, The Washington Post and The New Republic. He has collaborated on projects with Feist, Randy Bachman, filmmaker, Bruce McDonald and most recently, the Toronto fashion designer, Nada Shepherd. He is a much sought after conceptual illustrator who’s drawings have help his clients win the business of RIM, Ford, Telus, Smirnoff, Pepsi, TD Canada Trust and many more. In 2008 he was chosen as 1 of 6 Canadians included in the TASCHEN international anthology, Illustration Now, a sampling of 150 of the worlds best illustrators. He is the 2008 gold medalist in the illustration category from The Dog Writers Association of America. He was nominated in 1998 for an Ignatz award in the outstanding artist category for his work, “Portrait of a Thousand Punks: Hard Core Logo”.
Nick Craine uses STAEDTLER art supplies