Canadian artist Marco Cibola is another Poketo for Target contributor, known for his clean lines, subtle textures, and low-key colors. Below, Marco gives us a short and sweet interview, along with a sampling of his awesome work.
Is the glass half empty or half full?
Depends on the day. Today it’s half full.
Where in Canada are you from and what’s the best part about it?
I grew up in Montreal. The best part about it is being out of the house there. There’s always something to do and always somebody you know to hang out with. Just a fun place all around.
What’s your favorite thing to do when you’re not working?
Hanging out with my wife and daughter, these days.
If you weren’t an illustrator what would you be?
If I wasn’t making pictures for a living, I’d probably be making music or food.
What’s your spirit animal?
According to Jeri Smith-Ready (the first online survey I took), I’m a swan. I’m not sure I’m buying into this “spirit animal” stuff yet. It’s making me look bad.
What’s your best and worst habit?
Clearing my throat. It’s great because it feels good and feels kind of necessary, but I’ve been told that it’s annoying to listen to. I didn’t think it was a habit, but it’s probably turned into one.
More from Marco Cibola at novestudio.com.