Collective Arts

March 6, 2020Art Prints, Print Department

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.

Mad Ones Gallery

August 15, 2019Art Prints, Print Department

Printed these bad boys for the Mad Ones Gallery: Prints and Posters Opening Event!

Stop by the show this Friday, August 16th for some beautiful art.
Event is at 1183 Dundas Street West from 7pm-11pm.

Print info is below.

4 colour Print on Natural Coverstock.
18″ x 24″  – $35 each

Design TO

January 23, 2019Art Prints

Have you been to the Design TO Festival yet?
The event runs from January 18th – 27th featuring a variety of artists and designers.
There are over 100 events and exhibitions free of charge!

The posters for the event were designed by Adrian Forrow.
Adrian is an award winning multi disciplinary Artist and Illustrator with work that spans the globe.
His work has been published in The New Yorker, The Walrus, Harvard Business Review etc..
When he’s not working in the studio he’s teaching at OCAD.

Posters are $22 each and can be purchased online, at the event, or in our shop.
For more information on Design TO click here
Check out the Design TO Schedule here

Handmade Holiday – Jackie Saik

December 1, 2018News & Events

Todays featured Handmade Holiday Craft Show artist is Jackie Saik,
the owner/creator of Made For The Lake Co.

Made For The Lake Co was originally founded in Muskoka On. near Georgian Bay on a small
lake where Jackie Saik shared a passion for the great Canadian north and great design.

Just an idea in 2017 that was fully brought to life in 2018 when Jackie left Toronto and moved to Muskoka.
MFTL Co. is Born out of love for being outdoors and fully inspired by the
Canadian cottage and camping lifestyle.


Goose Island

November 24, 2018Art Prints, Poster Prints

Check out this beautiful print for Goose Island Brewhouse.
If you missed the release party on November 23rd for the
Goose Island’s Bourbon County Brand Stout 2018
you can still purchased the print with us!

This 18″ x 24″ poster is on brown paper with 5 colours including 3 different coloured metallic inks!
You can pick one of these up for $35.


Graft Cider Print

October 25, 2018Art Prints

New print done for Graft Cider for their ‘Book of Nomad‘ Series.
Graft was created by siblings Sara & Kyle Sherrer.
They pay respect to old-world style of cider making while simultaneously
experimenting with modern brewing techniques.

This 3 colour print on 100lb desert storm paper is done by
Californian artist Caleb Luke Lin
Print is 12″ x 18″ and sells for $22 each.

United Way X Pantone Posters

October 11, 2018Art Prints

Excited to announce our involvement with United Way and Pantone on a very special project.
There’s 8 illustrations featuring the new colour designed by Pantone called “Unignorable”


Local issues can be easy to ignore.

Introducing Unignorable – a colour developed in partnership with the Pantone Color Institute® to help make local issues unignorable.

Because we can’t solve issues affecting our communities until we have the community’s attention.

Watch the video below to see how this colour will help highlight local issues.

For more info or to help make a difference check out :

“To highlight issues being ignored in our own communities UW partnered with Pantone to create one of the brightest colour in the world”