In an extensive portfolio, Toronto-based Christine Ung lends her bold, signature style to a wide range of themes. There’s pop culture humour in an illustration of Gangnam style with Gene Simmons in the background. There’s cheeky playfulness in the Fifty Shades of Gray piece for BusinessWeek, on the rising sales of S&M toys. However, there are also serious notes to be found in pieces on workplace harrassment and divorce, and Ung manages to strike the right balance through it all. Bold colours in palettes well-chosen to reflect their subjects and themes, woven together by flowing lines and off-the-wall (but related) background imagery.