Come and mingle this Sunday for Kensington’s first 2019 Pedestrian Sunday!
Awesome food, local vendors, and merch!
There will be a new local artist at our storefront every Pedestrian Sunday.
This months artist is Fabled Creative. Click here to view our Artist Q&A
Join us this Saturday, November 17th for Filson’s Local Mercantile Happy Hour!
We will be on site from 2pm-6pm doing a live printing demo.
There will be drinks, and free market totes for the first 75 attendees.
Event is located at 694 Queen St W, Toronto. See you there!
Jeremy Dutcher is a Toronto-based First Nations singer & pianist. He is recognized by his unique bilingual narrative music.
In his album titled Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa he sings in his
native tongue Wolastoq. A language only an estimated 600 people know.
Alëna Skarina was born in Siberia, Russia in 1986.
She is a fine artist and illustrator in Toronto, Ontario.
Her style is known for its hyper-precise linework,
hand-done typography and unique graphic sensibility.
Eugen Sakhnenko and Becca Gilgan are the minds behind Worker Bee Supply, an initiative dedicated to making purposeful work with a positive impact by promoting inspirational companies and individuals. They launched recently, and we’ve got a few prints to coincide with the launch! Kalpna Patel‘s “Make It Up, Make It Work, Make It Yours”, Sandi Falconer‘s “Make No Little Plans” and Ben Johnston‘s “The Present Is Theirs, The Future Is Ours” are the first three prints, and are currently in stock at our Kensington location. We can’t guarantee that any of these prints can cure procrastination, but they certainly do not lack in inspiration and motivation. Put one up on your wall and see what happens. (Because, hey, they’re an attractive bunch, don’t you think?)
11″ x 14″, 2 colour screen print on white coverstock. Designed by Kalpna Patel. $40, at our Kensington location.
11″ x 14″, 2 colour screen print on white coverstock. Designed by Sandi Falconer. $40, at our Kensington location.
11″ x 14″, 2 colour screen print on natural coverstock. Designed by Ben Johnston. $40, at our Kensington location.
British magazine Hole & Corner is a biannual print magazine aimed at promoting local trade and talented individuals.
It’s about people who spend more time ‘doing’ than ‘talking’, who put content above style, whose work is their life.
Full of great content like how to build a shed, read how Swedish chef Niklas Ekstedt creates amazing dishes without ever using electricity and how Shirley Leaf and Petal Co created hundreds of artificial flowers for film maker Ridley Scott.
Issue 3 is available now in our storefront for $20.99.
Dedicated to finding the best in indie contemporary craft. Kid Icarus takes pride in representing locally made items with the highest quality standards.