In my family, the Montreal Canadiens (or, the Habs) are our team. My grandfather would, twinkle-eyed, tell of the thrill of watching hockey on live TV for the first time (and seeing his hero Maurice Richard through the lens of a wavering black-and-white screen), which inspired him to water down the backyard every winter and get his kids skating at “rocket” speed.
If you’re a child of the ’80s, you may recall The Littlest Hobo, a charming Canadian television series airing on CTV starring, well, a dog. It’s a cult favourite and, … Continue reading Google Doodle? Meet The Littlest Hobo.
Part of the joy of creating Google Doodles as part of an ongoing “Damnit Sam, learn how to draw already” project is that I can pay homage to very obscure … Continue reading Google Doodles: A Canadian Throwback series
Google Doodle attempt #2! This time with the Habs (Montreal Canadiens) as a theme. Honestly, this is a great way to build illustration and lettering skills, and be imaginative in … Continue reading Hockey Revisited: Google Doodle #2
For one of my next Google Doodle exercises, I’m moonlighting in the sports realm, this time focussing on the Montreal Canadiens. My interest in the team has been revived a … Continue reading Hockey 101.
For the past few years, I’ve kept a watchful eye over the little jewels called Google Doodles. The team behind their creation is obviously teeming with bright creators who are … Continue reading Google Doodlin’: Iconic Toronto.