About Us

Phantom City Creative

We are a Toronto based independent studio founded on a stormy Friday the 13th. Located right in Toronto’s studio district, we focus on entertainment design for film, television and music. Our goal is to create imaginative and stimulating advertising and packaging materials using slick graphic design, beautifully rendered illustration, photography, 3d and most importantly great ideas. We believe that innovative concepts and solid ideas are the foundations to a successful campaign that will attract, impress and leave an impact. We love what we do and our enthusiasm, excitement and commitment to quality is shown through our work.

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Justin Erickson


As creative director and co-founder, Justin is responsible for all aspects of concept and design at Phantom City Creative. Justin graduated from Sheridan College’s prestigious Interpretive Illustration program in 2005. Working first as a freelance illustrator and graphic designer, Justin gained valuable experience in the industry which landed him a job at Rue Morgue Magazine as graphic designer creating gruesome graphics in 2007. It was at Rue Morgue that Justin’s love and interest in entertainment design flourished inspiring him to co-found Phantom City Creative in 2010. In addition to Phantom City and Rue Morgue, Justin works as a freelance illustration/graphic designer, puts together art shows and has been featured in numerous publication across the globe.

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Paige Reynolds


Paige Reynolds is the office manager and motion graphics artist at Phantom City Creative. She often also helps with the creative process and illustration. She has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Guelph; she studied fine art at Sheridan College as well as 3d modeling and visual effects at Humber College. Paige also works as a freelance visual effects artist, compositor, illustrator and fine artist. She has exhibited her artwork in both Canada and the USA, and has been featured in numerous publications and blogs. She has worked as a visual effects artist in short films, music videos, documentaries, television and feature films.

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