Brief bio

Paul Lachine is a Canadian artist, graphic designer, cartoonist and illustrator. Lachine began his career in the late 1980s as a freelance political cartoonist for the London Free Press. In the late 1990s Lachine joined the Philadelphia-based editorial news art company, from which he developed a global clientele. Lachine's work has appeared regularly in many of the world's leading publications, including Popular Science Magazine, The Writer's Chronicle, The Wall Street Journal, Lawyer's Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, The Toronto Star, and many titles across Europe and Asia. He is a winner of a Society of News Design Award for Illustration and has won multiple OCNA awards for his political cartoons.

"Paul Lachine is a top illustrator with a great style and body of work. I've hired Paul to work on various Popular Science projects and he has always produced creative and dynamic results. He's a go-to talent that I continue to utilize." ~ Todd Detwiler Design Director at Popular Science

"I enjoyed working with Paul. Originally, I came across his work on a postcard and thought the style would be perfect for a few articles in the magazine I lay out. He did not disappoint. The illustrations were beautiful and they arrived in a timely manner. I very much appreciate his hard work and will be keeping him on file for the future." ~ Leanne Molter Graphic Designer

"Paul Lachine has a unique ability to produce illustrations that reflect the essence of an opinion piece, and that draws the reader to the words. Whenever he illustrates my op-eds I know the readership will follow." ~ R. Michael Warren Former corporate director, Ontario deputy minister, TTC chief general manager and Canada Post CEO

"Paul Lachine is a superb artist and illustrator - among the very best I have worked with. His ideas are original. His finished product is invariably excellent, on point and on time." ~ Michael DenTandt Political Columnist, National Post and Postmedia