Friday, October 16, 2015

...And the winner of the two IFCON Victoria 2015 Junior VIP Passes is....
Alison Spokes!
Congratulations Alison, I'll be in touch shortly with details on how to pick up the tickets. Looking forward to seeing you at the show.
Thanks to everyone else who entered the contest. I hope anyone who is interested can still make it to the con - it should be a fun weekend!

Friday, October 9, 2015

Okay gang - how'd you like to win a pair (that's two, I said two!) JUNIOR VIP PASSES (good for adults or children) to the upcoming IFCON Victoria 2015!  IFCON is expected to be Victoria BC's biggest fan / comic / sci-fi / movie / tv / horror / cosplay / steampunk ever, and will be held Saturday, October 31st (Halloween!) and Sunday November 1st 2015 (three weeks away) at Pearkes Recreation Centre in Saanich (5 -10 minutes from Downtown Victoria). Besides entrance to the con for both days, these passes included early bird admission, VIP entrance privileges, priority seating in film rooms, and Q&A panels, free admission to the Sunday after party, and a free convention t-shirt!

Successful winner must pick up tickets in Victoria, and, of course, pay your way - and pay for lodging if from out of town - the tickets cover only entrance and perks listed above.
How to win, you ask? Three ways - if you're on Twitter, but haven't followed my Twitter feed, do so here.
All new followers in the next 7 days will be entered to the contest. If you already follow me or aren't on Twitter you can like my Facebook page here. 

All new likes in the next 7 days will also be entered. If you've already liked this page as well, you can leave a comment on that post saying you want to enter the contest! If you're not on Facebook or Twitter, leave a comment here saying you want to win the tickets. It's that simple! 

Winner of the pair of tickets will be announced in the am on Friday, Oct 16th. Good luck!
(Family and close friends of Glen Mullaly Illustration ineligible to win)

Monday, October 5, 2015

I recently had the pleasure to create an infographic-meets-comic strip style project for the fine folks at the highly respected Commonwealth Fund organization. It's based on a study from the Isle (technically a "Balliwick"!) of Jersey between England and France, where postal carriers checked in on, and helped with reminders and deliveries for, some of the frail elderly population. Really interesting approach. The slideshow and comic strip versions of the project are online now available here!