Doggie Bag Explainer

A video featuring original animations by Everett Wilson, and narrated by Shelley Youngblut. The short film explains the purpose of Wordfest's “Digital Doggie Bag” — a special email sent to ticket holders after the show. The Doggie Bag is full of quotes, recommendations, links, photos and background information from the on-stage conversation. Find out more about Wordfest, Calgary, Canada here.

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A cartoon of a woman holding a giant fork.
An illustration constructed with paper of an urban landscape with mountains in the background. A restaurant is in the foreground.
A collage of clips from the featured animation showing the process of eaing a cake in one sitting.
An illustration of a swan constructed with paper or foil, reminiscient of how leftovers from a restaurant are typically packaged.
On the left is an illustration of a fridge. On the right is a cartoonish hand picking up the leftovers wrapped in a paper or foil swan.
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About me

Hello! My name is Everett Wilson and I'm an illustrator, printmaker, cartoonist, and creator of The Push Button Heads comic strip. I live, work, and play in Calgary (Moh-kins-tsis), Canada. Find out more about me here.


Illustrator & Cartoonist
2005 - Now


Senior Director, Operations & Development
2012 - Now

Master of Arts

University of Calgary
2005 - 2008