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.
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.
Check out these awesome new prints by Dave Murray for The Art of Craft Beer Show happening this Saturday! Event is located at Ashbridge Estate in Leslieville from 12pm – 8pm. Plenty of great beer and food vendors as well as a Art Expo full of Local Illustrators.
This Years second Pedestrian Sunday is fast approaching.
For those who don’t know every last Sunday of every month Kensington Market rallys together to support local businesses!
The area is teaming with local art, food vendors and performances!
Come join Kid Icarus Sunday June 30th to see our guest feature artist
Sparkle Collective and Ellingwood Soap Company.
Drop by anytime between 12pm – 5:30pm for some fanatics local merch.
Sparkle Collective is based in Toronto, Canada.
Fuelled by donuts, and inspired by cats.
Add to your pin/patch collection!
Ellingwood Soap Company is a run by Micheal & Anna, a husband
and wife team out of Hamilton ON, that make all natural soap,
candles and body care products. Their merchandise can be found in shops all over Canada. All of their products have natural ingredients which makes
it perfect for those with delicate skin!
Come and mingle this Sunday for Kensington’s first 2019 Pedestrian Sunday!
Awesome food, local vendors, and merch!
There will be a new local artist at our storefront every Pedestrian Sunday.
This months artist is Fabled Creative. Click here to view our Artist Q&A
Check out this beautiful collaboration between Worker Bee Supply & Ian Phillips!
This print combines Ian Phillips lovely imagery with an inspirational quote from Confucius.
Titled ‘Do Not Stop’ this 2 colour screen print sells for $40.
Check out the video here
It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop is a quote by Confucius,
a Chinese teacher, editor, and philosopher.
When it comes to goals, it’s not always necessary to put pressure on yourself to work quickly
or even have a specific goal at all. Give yourself permission to proceed at a pace that suits you best,
but remember to persevere when something unexpected gets in the way.
Ian Phillips is a Toronto-based illustrator whose work embodies a mix of contemporary and by-gone styles.
Ian depicts scenes in a playful aesthetic, with unexpected shapes creating joyful characters
with fuzzy textures and speckled half tones, reminiscent of old comic books and mid-century posters.
With a background in publishing, Ian has been fortunate to wear many hats in his career.