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Scott Arnold

About

Scott Arnold is a cartoonist, UI designer and graphic artist – and a former member of the Observer Staff. A graduate of the University of Toronto and Sheridan College, he brings a diverse background to his cartooning – something reflected in the atypical art style used for his longest running project – The View From Here (a staple of the Opinion section for over a decade). Though spending his days making graphics for handheld User Interfaces, Scott is always working on side projects; from comic books for publishers like Image Comics and Hypersmash Studios, to spot illustrations for other newspapers and magazines. More work can be seen (and original artwork commissioned) at www.industri-studios.com where he regularly posts illustration work and pages from his ongoing auto-biographical comic “What Can’t Be Erased.”

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Articles

View From Here – May 19,...

Once the sentiment of Western alienation, the slogan takes on a new meaning for Ontarians under siege...

View From Here – May 12,...

Historians and archeologists of the future may find yet another layer of transportation under the pavement as...

View From Here – May 5,...

His bacon saved by the court, Mike Duffy headed back to the House of Pork a little...

View From Here – April 28,...

Some outside the box thinking as Woolwich gets creative in an attempt to solve traffic-calming issues in...

View From Here – April 21,...

With the closure of the Elmira transfer station, we can expect Earth Day and community cleanup efforts...

View From Here – April 14,...

With Wellesley officials reluctant to contribute to a new Heidelberg community centre, Woolwich explores a few options...

View From Here – April 7,...

Even after a good airing, that some stenches tend to linger appears to be lost on some...

View From Here – March 31,...

Concerned about a trend in council’s decision making process, some people dream up a “Concert for Woolwich...

View From Here – March 24,...

Woolwich looks to install warning signs about eating fish from the Canagagigue Creek, while also considering other...