Amedeo De Palma

Purveyor of visual art for distinguished clients and valued friends.

Selected Works


I enjoyed drawing as a child so I pursued visual art in my later years. After my post secondary studies I joined the creative field with allot of optimism and very little money. I loaded trucks, delievered mail, worked in various animation houses, did some location photography, freelance illustrating and broadcast motion designing. I currently hold a post as Senior Producer, Graphic Design at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and I continue to freelance illustrate for pulblications.

I like to work in the art of photo manipulation: the combination of a select group of images to create an alternate image. The French call it collage, but I like to think of it as repurposing photography.

This site contains a collection of work that was either commissioned or self motivated. If you care to see more samples, request an illustration or just like to make a new friend then please contact me at your earliest convenience.



Canadian Broadcasting Corporation | Canadian Lawyer | Canadian Business | Chatelaine | Globe and Mail | Ideas | Institutional Investor | Literary Review of Canada | Maclean's | MoneySense | More | Precedent | Profit | Rotman | Seed | TIFF Bell Lightbox | Time | Today's Parent | Toro | Toronto Life | The Walrus


Modest Accolades

2008 - Finalist, Information Graphics , Promax Broadcast Design Awards | 2007 - Merit award, Editorial Spot Illustration, The Advertising and Design Club of Canada | 2005 - Silver Award for Illustrration, National Magazine Awards | 2005 - Emerging Artist Grant, Ontario Arts Council | 1994-BFA, York University