19Jun

The Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD) invites international submissions of graphic design projects done under the theme of communication design for social good; work with the power to incite action and make meaningful change in the way we live our lives. Today’s graphic designers have an ever-greater responsibility to visualize the significant issues facing […]Continue Reading

18Jun

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

17Jun

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

14Jun

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

13Jun

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