Bookhou are John Booth and Arounna Khounnoraj. Together, they create an assortment of pieces ranging from handmade bags, to paper goods (calendars, notebooks), to home textiles (tea towels, and wooden goods) – all using natural materials. Each bag is designed, hand printed, and sewn in their Toronto studio. We’ve got a few new pieces of theirs in stock, at both our Kensington and Parkdale locations.
Lichia Liu is the mind behind Gotamago, a Toronto-based paper goods line that serves up a hearty helping of whimsy. We’ve got plenty of new items of Liu’s in stock, including the cleverly titled 2016 wall calendar ‘Dim Sum-body say it’s 2016?’, a number of greeting cards, and a tote bag that any cat lover will surely fancy. Take a gander below:
Cat Petting Tote Bag, $20, available at both Kensington and Parkdale locations. Meow.Greeting cards galore! Beautifully illustrated, offset printed in Toronto on natural-white, heavyweight, textured paper, and die-cut with rounded corners. $5.25 – $6.00 each. Available at our Kensington location.
Oh, the puns.
Dim Sum-body say it’s 2016? A Decadent 12-Month Wall Calendar. Digitally printed in Toronto, on heavyweight natural white Mohawk paper. Twine-tied to hang on the wall. $25. Available at both our Parkdale and Kensington locations. Drool.
Each month features a different dim sum delicacy, deconstructed and beautifully illustrated.
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