Take a peak at this out of this world poster by Drew Shannon for a special viewing of the classic Steven Spielberg’s film ‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind’. The screening will be Monday March 9th at the Paradise Theatre on Bloor at 7:30pm Drew will be selling these beauties at the screening, for more info on the event or to buy tickets click here
We had the pleasure of printing these lovely 3 colour prints for Collective Arts Brewery.
Collective Arts Brewing is a grassroots craft brewery that aims to fuse the creativity of craft beer with the inspired talents of emerging artists and musicians. Collective Arts Brewing was founded on two beliefs: The first that creativity fosters creativity. And the second, that creativity yields delicious pints. We feature limited-edition works of art on our beer cans and labels, and we work to make sure the liquid on the inside is as diverse and creative as the artists we profile.
Our brewery is located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. This is where we brew everything from our flagship IPA Ransack the Universe to our World Beer Cup-winning Stranger than Fiction porter. In our taproom we pour up to 10 different beers at one time, samples and flights, we host brewery tours and live entertainment weekly. Stop by to see our beer bottle gallery showcasing every artist we’ve worked with over the past 6 years.
All 2020 planners, agendas, & calendars are now 40% off the original price! Trying to make a conscious effort to stay organized this year, complete goals, or just remember birthdays? Keep track with one of our many 2020 planner options.
Hello Friends! We will be celebrating Family Day with our loved ones, meaning we will be closed Monday, February 17th but regular hours will resume on Tuesday, February 18th. Regular store hours are 11am – 6pm everyday of the week.
Going on a double date, date or a self date this Valentine’s day? Whatever you’re up to we have a great selection of gift for that special someone/self We also have a large array of beautiful hand printed valentines cards. Prices are listed below.
Knotted Nest Fabric Wallet – $30
Le Loup 5 in 1 Wolf Key Chain, bottle opener, beard comb, box cutter, and pry. In Brass – $30, In Titanium – $60
Red Sky Pearl Wave Earrings – $35, Double Pearl earring $28
Needling Plushy Big Bearling – $30, Plushy Little Minou Kitty – $16
Waste Not Paper Planner 2020 Mini Dot Booklet – originally $10 now $6. *ALL 2020 Agendas are now %40 off*
New Print by Kid Icarus! This 3 colour, 12″ x 16″ screen print was created and printed at our shop in Kensington market. Get to know your monthly moon cycles and phases. Do you know all the moon names?
Looking for a one-of-a-kind printing experience? Here at Kid Icarus we specialize in beautiful screen printed wedding packages. We provide printing services to meet all your wedding needs, such as invites, rsvps, save the dates, place cards, table numbers, seating charts, maps, posters, menus, and thank you cards etc…
We offer a variety of other services such as custom design & illustration, as well as return of address stamps designed to match your wedding suite. If you would like to view our custom wedding design examples, paper samples, envelope options and get a quote, book a free initial consultation. For more information on our wedding design & printing services click here
If you have your own designs check out our artwork guidelines here
This series consists of 4 detailed illustrations explaining the complex technology of the Falling Film Evaporator by Yellowstone Extraction Co. Designed for Food processors, essential oil extractors, and hemp processors.
These 2 colour prints sell for $32 each, or buy the series for $128 before tax
“Through intelligent, innovative, and patent-pending technology, our turnkey systems ensure effective and economical separation of your product. Outstanding solvent recovery rates, ease of use, and efficiency make a Yellowstone Falling Film Evaporator the best choice for your business.” – Yellowstone Extraction Co.
Hoglumps is run by the talented Alex Brownell. Lovely screen printed goods and textiles, handmade in Canada. Check out our Hoglumps Artist Q + A!
How did you start? I’ve been sewing since I was a child, I think I learned to sew in Brownies (the thing before Girl Scouts). I would make little plushies from socks, and alter clothing to my taste. My interest in sewing led me to the Craft & Design program for textiles at Sheridan College. There I learned more about dyeing and screen printing fabric. From there I started to make my own little projects on the side and sell at a few craft shows. And so Hoglumps slowly began.
What is your process? What art tool could you not live without? My process starts with a rough sketch and notes of my idea. Then I create a more detailed drawing with colour choices. Next I usually source fabric and hardware and make a few prototypes. I then screen print my fabric and cut out the pattern pieces. Then, SEW! Lots of sewing. And ironing. One tool I could not live without is a nice sharp pair of fabric scissors. Oh and clear gridded rulers! They both make the process so much easier.
Where do you get your inspiration? I get my inspiration from a lot of things. Stuff that makes me laugh or smile, like comic books or my cat, flowers and bugs I see on a walk. I also get a lot of inspiration to continue making by watching my friends and mentors make a living from their work. Watching them succeed is awesome.
Is there anything you are currently working on that you are excited about? Recently I have been playing with the idea of making some clothes with my screen printed patterns. I also just opened an online shop on Etsy.
For more info on Hoglumps: Instagram: @hoglumps Website: hoglumps.com