We recently had the pleasure of screen printing some new designs for illustrator Shingo Shimizu.
We have a limited number of each available – so swing by our Kensington location to pick up your favourite now!
La Carnita Pyramids, 12” x 17”, 5 colours on Natural Coverstock: $22.00
Intergalactic Beastie Boys, 18” x 24”, 3 colours on Natural Coverstock: $35.00
Monster Massive, 12” x 18”, 4 colours on Natural Coverstock: $22.00
Bunny Roars, 18” x24”, 3 colours on Natural Coverstock: $35.00
We recently had the pleasure of screen printing this bright, new poster for the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema!
Artwork designed by illustrator Cai Sepulis.
A limited number are available for purchase at our Kensington location – for $35.00.
We recently had the pleasure of printing this cool new screen print for Toronto-based illustrator and animator Andrew Foerster!
Limited number available in our Kensington location for $35.00 each
1 colour on natural cover, 18”x 24”
Our print department recently had the pleasure of screen printing several Mike Parsons poster designs.
A limited number are available for purchase for $35.00 each. Contact us for more info!
Exploding Head, 1 colour, 18” x 24”
Nature vs. Technology, 1 colour, 18” x 24”
Tree vs. TV, 1 colour, 18” x 24”
Eye Ball City, 1 colour, 18” x 24”
Crowds, 1 colour, 18” x 24”
Recently we were lucky enough to be a part of Bēhance’s Portfolio Review Week held at Project Owl.
With this even Bēhance brought together their thriving online community into the real world; where creatives can meet, share, and develop their craft.
An image from our Instagram.
Hosted by Ben Johnston and Mark Simmons the evening began with an invaluable talk on building a creative career. The attendees then got a chance to present their own work and receive feedback, whilst enjoying a cold beer kindly provided by our neighbours Kensington Brewery.
We were there screen printing live! Poster design by the host Ben Johnston. His design ‘Stay Hungry Stay Foolish’ was a quote by the late Steve Jobs.
This print is available at our storefront or webstore for $22.00. Printed on 12″ x 16″ 100lb cover stock and available in black, metallic gold or a neon pink/purple blend.
Located south of Queen and Spadina, project OWL provides artists, designers and any freelance creatives the perfect working environment, and was just the right space for an evening of mingling with peers and leaders from the illustration, graphic and product design industries.
Raymond Biesinger, a Montreal based illustrator has two new screen prints just in time for the holidays. Stunning as a pair or as a stand alone pieces, these male and female anatomy prints will look great in any space. 18″ x 24″, 3 colour screenprint.
Prints $40.00 each or $100 framed.
Corona Canada is celebrating the annual Mexican Day of the Dead (on November 1 and 2) with special edition cans of Corona Extra and limited edition Screenprinted posters. Posters designed by artist Jenny Luong.
The production of these prints have been featured in a promo video for Corona Extra’s Liva Mas Fina Campaign. A social media contest will give fans the opportunity to win limited edition Corona silkscreen prints of the artwork.
A Map of the World According to Illustrators and Storytellers, is an amazing collection of works by contemporary designers, illustrators and mapmakers. $65.00
About This Book
Maps help us understand and navigate the world. For centuries, maps have become better, more refined, and more precise—there are no blind spots anymore. While Google Maps and GPS systems have become our tools of choice for navigation, contemporary maps have evolved into platforms for cutting-edge illustration, experimental data visualization, and personal visual storytelling.
A Map of the World is a compelling collection of work by a new generation of original and sought-after designers, illustrators, and mapmakers. This work showcases specific regions, characterizes local scenes, generates moods, and tells stories beyond sheer navigation. From accurate and surprisingly detailed representations to personal, naïve, and modernistic interpretations, the featured projects from around the world range from maps and atlases inspired by classic forms to cartographic experiments and editorial illustrations.
Three new Art Prints for Toronto Artist Mike Parsons. Single colour 18″x24″ and 22″ x 30″
A limited number are available for purchase in the shop.
Surreal City 18″ x 24″ $35.00
Tree vs. TV, 18″ x 24″ $35.00
Sound of the City, 22″ x 30″ $50.00
A decade of Raymond’s visual work is presented in a 208-page, 8″ square collection of black and white illustrations.
We have a small bundle of Black & White Illustrations in stock right now at Kid Icarus. The book is filled with Intricate drawings, rough sketches, political pieces, commercial and personal work, all intertwined seamlessly with endnotes to help shed light on his context and process.
Raymond Biesinger’s book Black & White Illustrations retails for $30.