Pen and ink illustration with digital color, Jewel of the Boreal by Marc Ngui

“Jewel of the Boreal”, an illustration of a sunset view over one of the bays of the futuristic city of Central Shield

When we invent the future, the most important thing is to capture is the feeling so that we can make a connection to that time space and then climb up and forward just like a mountain climber who uses safety ropes on a sheer cliff wall. So what is it like to live in the future, in Central Shield? The animated gif cartoon above was created by taking vignettes from one of Marc’s latest panoramic … >> read more

Thousand Plateaus illustration

“What Does It Mean to Love Somebody?” poster in the shop

By popular demand, the image “What does it mean to love someone?” is now available as a print in our shop in an open edition. Choose a small or medium size archival print and have it delivered to your door. Standard shipping is included in the price. This drawing is part of Marc’s ongoing project to visualize A Thousand Plateas, a book of French philosophy by Giles Deleuze and Felix Gauttari.

Young woman standing next to air bike, preparing to leave for work.

Heading to work in Future Parfait

Fur suit, fur helmet, and air bike ready on the terrace of a cliff residence. An early sketch from Marc  in the Lodar storyline.

Lodar and his Bubble Car

Lodar and His Bubblecar

A sequence from a story that follows Lodar, a regular guy in a eutopian future, as he goes about a typical day. I am currently writing the script and designing the world.

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Illustrations for The Urban Cycling Survival Guide

I have recently completed the illustrations for  a “survival guide” for urban bicyclists. Limited road space shared with large vehicles and impatient drivers in the city can be treacherous for cyclists. This guide provides excellent advice on how to navigate busy streets safely and  get the most out of a bike enabled lifestyle. The guide was written by Yvonne Bambrick, who has been active as a cycling advocate in Toronto for many years.  It was great … >> read more