Sue Todd is a Toronto based illustrator living in two worlds, the analog and the digital. Sue has literally carved out a niche with her lino-cut technique which she then colors digitally, thus enjoying a variety of activities to fire her passion for problem solving with imagery. Among Sue’s influences are medieval woodcuts, the art of Jim Flora, and the woodcuts of Frans Masereel and Jose Francisco Borges. Sue’s colorful art has appeared in books, magazines, posters, t-shirts, a TV commercial and on a bus. Her client list includes Barnes and Noble, Crown Publishing, Pearson Education, Klutz Press, Andrews McMeel Accord, The Wall Street Journal, the American Bar Association, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Walmart Canada and more. Sue is exploring the world of children’s publishing by writing and illustrating her own stories, presently works in progress. For relaxation, Sue paints oil portraits, both analog and digital. Sue is an associate of the Ontario College of Art, now OCADU.
Animation, Black & White, Conceptual, Design, Digital, Figurative, Graphic, Lettering, Line, Line with Color, Mixed Media, Scratchboard, Stylized, Type Design, Woodcut, Whimsical, Concept Art
Humor, Action, Animals, Book Covers, Character Development, Children, Children's Books, Children's Products, Comic Book, Corporate, Editorial, Education, Fantasy, Food, Greeting Cards, Health, Historical, Icons, Industrial, Landscape, Maps, Mystery, Nature, People, Political, Portrait, Posters, Product, Religious, Romance, Science, Scientific, Sports, Technology, Transportation, Wildlife, Americana, Agriculture, Feminine, Masculine, Spiritual, Youth, Ethnic, Environmental, Financial, Urban