COLLIER David

COLLIER David

“There’s so much going on, hopefully you reach a few people here and there who really appreciate it.”                                                                                                        From, Alex Dueben.interview.

Born, 24 January 1963, in Windsor Ontario.

He entered the Canadian Forces’ artist program. Out of this experience he created the graphic book Morton resulted from his travels by rail throughout Canada.

Winner of the 2013 Doug Wright Pigskin Peters Award for Hamilton Illustrated. In summer of 2015, he had work on display at the National Art Gallery.

WORK:

CARTOONIST:

BOOK GRAPHIC:

Content:

Memoir:

Collier’s Canadian Forces Artists Program Story Chimo. Conundrum Press: 2011.

Morton: A Cross-Country Rail Journey. Conundrum Press: 2017.

BOOK GRAPHIC COLLECTION:

Content:

Cartoon various:

Collier’s Popular Press: David Collier’s 30 Years on the Newsstand. Conundrum Press, 2011.

BOOK TEXT & GRAPHIC:

Content:

Vignette graphic:

“Art Gallery of Ontario Presents Colville Comics.” Colville. Art Gallery of Ontario/Goose Lane Editions, 2014: 149-156.

“Shelley Niro Comics: Drawn To Visit.” Partner, Bryce Kanbara. Indian Summer: Shelley Niro. Glenhyrst Art Gallery, 2015: 46-51.

BOOK TEXT & GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Content:

Story:

“View From The Bridge.” Drawn and Quarterly: Twenty-Five Years …. Drawn & Quarterly, May 2015: 169-172.

 

PERIODICAL TEXT & GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Content:

Story graphic:

“Catching up with the Colliers: Shopping Dispute in Aisle Three.” Taddle Creek, 35, Summer 2015:16- 17.

“Downtown Sugar Shack.” Descant, 164, Spring 2014: 14-19.

“The North Wing: Selections from the Lost Library of CanLit Graphic Novels Episode Nine, Michael Metcalf’s, Going Down Slow, as adapted by David Collier.” Canadian Notes & Queries, 88, Summer/Fall 2013: 26-27.

“Ontario.” Taddle Creek, 39, Summer 2017: 24-25.

“Toronto.” Taddle Creek, 32, Spring 2014.

ILLUSTRATOR:

BOOK GRAPHIC:

Cover:

Book:

Front: Collier’s Popular Press: David Collier’s 30 Years on the Newsstand. Conundrum Press, 2011.

Front: Morton: A Cross-Country Rail Journey. Conundrum Press: 2017.

Wraparound: Collier’s Canadian Forces Artists Program Story Chimo. Conundrum Press: 2011.

CO-CARTOONIST:

PERIODICAL TEXT & GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:

Story graphic:

“All New Comics History Featuring the Greatest Generation Gap.” With James Collier. Taddle Creek, 36, Winter 2015-2016.

 

SOURCE:

Periodical text:

“Contributors.” Taddle Creek, 35, Summer 2015: 2.

“David Collier.”Descant, 164, Spring 2014: 250.

Web:

“’Hopefully You Reach A Few People Here and There’: A David Collier Interview.” Interviewer, Alex Dueben. Comics Journal, 23 February 2018. Accessed 24 February 2018.