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Slaight Family Polaris Heritage Prize Posters!

If you’ve been following our blog you got to see this years Slaight Family Heritage Polaris
Prize 2017 nominees. A prize that honours Canadian albums of the past!
These posters were designed by top Canadian visual artist and we got the pleasure to print them.
You can purchase any one of these posters at our store or online, as well as the event, happening
March 13th at the Drake Underground. Posters sell for $40 each.

There’s 8 winners in total, Heres a sum up of this years musicians and artists.


Band: ERIC’S TRIP, Artwork by: JESSICA FORTNER

Band: THE BAND, Artwork by: JON GODFREY

 


Band: K-OS, Artwork by: NOEL NANTON

Band: FEIST, Artwork by: TOKO HOSOYA

 


Band: GLENN GOULD, Artwork by: TOM FROESE

Band:THE TRAGICALLY HIP, Artwork by: MATT FLETCHER

 


Band: GORDON LIGHTFOOT, Artwork by: LOUISE REIMER

Band: HARMONIUM, Artwork by: SEBASTIEN THIBAULT

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K-OS

Todays Slaight Family polaris Prize Feature is
Band: K-OS, Artwork by: NOEL NANTON

K-OS or Kevin Brereton is an alternative hip hop musician/producer from Toronto Ontario.
Everybody knows the K-OS song “crabbuckit” but other amazing hits include “The Love Song”,
“Sunday Morning”, & “Get Up”.

Poster design is done by Noel Nanton, the Creative Director of Typotherapy.
Check out more work here


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Feist

Born in Nova Scotia, Canadian Indie Pop singer Leslie Feist has been making music since 1999.
Her work has received many awards including 4 grammy nominations.
Aside from her own band, she has been a part of many bands such as Peaches,
Broken Social Scene, and Bodega.

Poster design done by Toko Hosoya – an award winning Toronto based artist, see more work here

Band: FEIST, Artwork by: TOKO HOSOYA


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Eric’s Trip

Todays Slaight Family Polaris Heritage Prize feature is
Band: ERIC’S TRIP, Artwork by: JESSICA FORTNER

Eric’s Trip is an indie rock group based out of Moncton New Brunswick.
They were formed in 1990 and are known for their distorted guitar sound.

The poster is designed by local artist Jessica Fortner,
She loves working with textiles and creating patterns, check out more of her work here


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Harmonium

Todays feature for the Slaight Family Polaris Heritage Prize is
Band: HARMONIUM, Artwork by: SEBASTIEN THIBAULT

Harmonium is a Quebec rock band formed in 1972.
They were hugely popular, with sold out stadiums especially in French Canadian provinces.
The album L’Heptade depicts the 7 stages of consciousness in ones daily life.

Sebastien Thibault is an award winning illustrator with clients like the Rolling Stone,
The New York Times, Wallstreet Journal etc… to see more of his work clip here


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Glenn Gould

Our 3rd Slaight Family Polaris Heritage Prize musician Is Glenn Gould.

Glenn Gould’s was a classically trained pianist who favoured historical composers such as
Bach, Mozart, & Haydn. He did remarkable interpretations of these classics especially with Bach
(whom he favoured)

Artist Tom Froese is an internationally known artist who has been featured in numerous
publications such as the Monocle, Harvard Business Review, GQ France & more.
Check out his work here

Band: GLENN GOULD, Artwork by: TOM FROESE


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The Band

Todays Slaight Family Polaris Heritage Prize feature is
Band: THE BAND, Artwork by: JON GODFREY

The Band is a roots rock group from Toronto Ontario.
This Iconic band has given us top hits such as “The Weight”, “Don’t Do It”, &  “Atlantic City”.

The poster is designed by local artist Jon Godfrey, check out his website here



Posters can be  purchased at the event and in our store for $40 each.

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Gordon Lightfoot

Slaight Family Polaris Heritage Prize honours Canadian albums of the past!
We are excited to be a part of this event happening March 13th at the Drake Underground.
Posters can be purchased at the event and in our store for $40 each.
Todays feature – Band: GORDON LIGHTFOOT, Artwork by: LOUISE REIMER

Lightfoot is known for there folk rock & country sound.
Internationally known with hits like “If You Could Read My Mind”, & “Early Mornin’ Rain”,
his songs have been covered by several famous artists throughout the ages.

Louise Reimer was born in BC Canada and is currently living in Toronto Ontario.
Her work has a soft pallet textured look inspired by textiles.
Shes worked with, Toronto Star, Polaris Prize, Kazoo Fest, United Way, Refinery 29,
& many more.


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POLARIS MUSIC PRIZE 2017!

Congratulations to this years Polaris Music Prize winner, Lido Pimieta!

We are proud to have been printing the amazing commemorative posters for each shortlist nominated artists since 2006.

These limited edition prints are available for purchase in store as well as online. They retail for $40 each. Don’t sleep, they sell out quickly!


Band: LIDO PIMIETA, Artwork by: OHARA HALE

Band: LEONARD COHEN, Artwork by: YAREK WASZUL

Band: LEIF VOLLEBEKK, Artwork by: DALBERT VILARINO

Band: GORD DOWNIE, Artwork by: WENTING LI

 


Band: LISA LEBLANC, Artwork by: ALEX MACASKILL

Band: FEIST, Artwork by: CRISTIAN FOWLIE

 


Band: BADBADNOTGOOD, Artwork by: STUDIO TIPI

Band: TANYA TAGAQ, Artwork by: BEN TARDIF

 

Band: A TRIBE CALLED RED, Artwork by: JEFF BLACKBURN

Band: WEAVES, Artwork by: JEREMY BRUNEEL