Play the Walk has donated their collectors package to our Indiegogo Fundraising Campaign. The packages consists of handmade crafts and forgotten objects including a psychogeographic map of West Queen West Triangle + 5 postcards + train-pressed Pennyzine + some edible plant seeds + surprise photo of the neighbourhood, forming a collection of items that tells […]Continue Reading


Exclusively for our Indiegogo Fundraising Campaign, Nicole Tarasick has re-imagined her popular YYZ silk-screened pillow by printing it in a vibrant neon pink! The pillow is made and designed entirely in Toronto. It is 100% feather filled, has a 100% cotton cover with invisible zipper, and painted with a non-toxic pigment. More about Nicole: Nicole Tarasick grew […]Continue Reading


Exclusively for our Indiegogo Fundraising Campaign, Toronto-based graphic designer Jay Wall has created a limited edition TO DO tote bag. Using TO DO’s iconic orange, the bag’s whimsical graphic depicts the indispensable tools of a multidisciplinary Toronto designer. More About Jay: Jay Wall, founder of Studio JayWall, was raised in the rugged woods of northern […]Continue Reading


Exclusively for our “Unique Object” Perk, artist and architect Joy Charbonneau has donated Pingualuit Crater, her beautiful letter press and metallic foil print measuring 14″ x 14″ (unframed), for the Festival’s Indiegogo Fundraising Campaign. Know to the local Inuit as the Crystal Eye of Nunavik, the Pingualuit Crater is a nearly perfectly round impact crater […]Continue Reading


The ability to be inspired by a multitude of cultures, without producing another set of “Forkchops” is the driving force and concept behind this show. Not Forkchops gives Canadian artists and designers the opportunity to showcase how this idea of cultural adaptation and adoption has influenced the work they produce in a way that is […]Continue Reading