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.
“Beginnings take place around us everyday. This print acts as a gentle reminder to face, accept, and manage these fresh starts and enjoy the process instead of rushing for the finish.” – Worker Bee Supply Co.
We’re so excited to have printed another awesome design by Jen Collins for Worker Bee Supply Co.! Jen Collins is a Scottish illustrator & maker currently based in Toronto. Collins works with a very handmade aesthetic that we are loving.
Can’t wait to see whats next for Worker Bee!
This 11″ x 14″ is $40 and now available for purchase at our Kensington location – stop by to check out this beauty in person!
Recently we had the pleasure of doing prints for artist/designer Philip LeBlanc!
These 18″ x 24″ prints were done through a CMYK 4 colour separation process. They turned out quite amazing.
Limited edition “Uptown Saint John” prints are available for purchase here.
The process of CMYK screen printing is very effective when screen printing a photo realistic image. Photos can be authentically actualized through the layering of cyan, magenta, yellow, and black inks, allowing for the CMYK to blend creating a large spectrum of varying colour.
Here are some production shots that illustrate the process of laying down all 4 colours!
Attention all handmade/local goods lovers! This upcoming weekend you will be able to find all of your favourite local vendors at City of Craft – including Kid Icarus! We are very excited, and we hope to see you there!
Ethnic Aisle is a publication that “collects and links to the thoughts of mouthy bloggers, journalists and everyday peeps who actually hail from those mysterious diverse communities you hear so much about. Its focus is race and ethnicity.” – Ethnic Aisle
Ethnic Aisle recently became a sustainable publication! They are hosting an event today (November 12th, 2015) thanking their readers and donors for their support.
Today’s event will focus on issues surrounding the concept of “intersectionality.”
For more info about the publication and today’s event please visit their website.
If you can’t make it to the November 12th event, the screenprinted posters we printed will be available for purchase in our Kensington location!
We loved printing these posters for such an awesome event!
City of Patties, 12″ x 18″ 4 colour print, on 100 cover stock.
~ $22 ~
Ethnic Aisle designed by Sarah Gonzalez, 12″ x 18″ 4 colour print, on 100 cover stock.