These stunning totes from Fieldguided are an easy way to display your passionate side whilst lugging around all your junk! All Fieldguided totes are 100% cotton with silkscreened text. You can snag one of these guys at our Kensington Market location for $25!
Don’t miss the August 30th edition of Kensington Market’s Pedestrian Sundays. Our Special Guest Vendors for the day will be Shannon Gerard and Claire Manning! You’ll be able to meet the artists behind these colourful screen printed tea towels and crocheted cacti. Visit our shop between 12pm and 5:30pm on Sunday, August 30th and enjoy
Before we are visited by Rosehound Apparel & No Fun Press this Sunday July 26th for Pedestrian Sunday, we thought we’d give you a peek at some of the goodies these guys have to offer. We’re also taking this opportunity to shine a spotlight on our buddies at Explorer’s Press! Pins galore & much, much
Who doesn’t love a good celeb? SmittenKitten has designed a series of cards showcasing notable traits of chosen celebrity personalities. We’ve got a bunch of new famous pals and some classic favs hanging out at our Kensington location from the RIP series. Check ’em out! Up close n’ personal… ~ $6 each ~
August 2015 Calendar page designed by Emily McGratten. 12″ x 17″, 3 colour screen print on white cover. $22 each. This print is part of our 2015 Kid Icarus Art Calendar, hand printed in Toronto.
Ah, being a superhero. Flying. Fighting crimes. Capes. And stretchy suits. If you’ve ever entertained the idea of being one (who hasn’t really…), give Jason Ford‘s The Super Book for Superheroes book a gander. Learn to draw villains, create superheroes and pair them up with a sidekick, fill out scenes with special superpowers, or colour
This Sunday July 26th is an exciting one. — Pedestrian Sunday in Kensington Market and to celebrate Kid Icarus will be hosting a pop-up shop in front of our 205 Augusta Ave. location. From 12:00 – 5:30 on Sunday, July 26th we will be joined by Reilly Hodgson of No Fun Press and Megan
The Pan Am Games are wrapping up this weekend, here in Toronto. Meanwhile in France, the final stage of the 2015 Tour de France is taking place this Sunday, making Graham Van Houten‘s detailed etching beyond appropriate. Sports! “Le Tour de France” by Graham Van Houten – 12″ x 18″ 1 colour screen print
Summertime means plenty of sunshine (and rain in equal measure, apparently. Oh, Toronto). You can either embrace it, hide from it in the shade, or slather on sunscreen and hope for the best. Alternatively, you could come by and pick up a Sunography kit and make art using nothing but sunlight. The results are similar to
Eugen Sakhnenko and Becca Gilgan are the minds behind Worker Bee Supply, an initiative dedicated to making purposeful work with a positive impact by promoting inspirational companies and individuals. They launched recently, and we’ve got a few prints to coincide with the launch! Kalpna Patel‘s “Make It Up, Make It Work, Make It Yours”, Sandi Falconer‘s “Make No