Posts Tagged ‘Female canadian designers’


As part of the Going Steady series, we are featuring Zoe Mowat. Zoe is a Montreal based designer in one of TO DO’s featured exhibitions: Associates. Zoe Mowat’s work is characterized by clean and precise lines, as well as her chic use of colour. With a degree in Industrial Design and Graphic Design from University […]Continue Reading


As part of the Going Steady series, we are profiling Michelle Ivankovic.  Michelle Ivankovic is part of the Not Forkchops exhibition, hosted by imm Living. You can get a sneak peek here. A Torontonian and Ontario College of Art & Design graduate, Michelle is a seasoned product designer and creative visionary.  Her work is held in the […]Continue Reading


Capacity is an annual exhibit of new works by female Canadian designers curated by Katherine Morley, Erin McCutcheon and Ange-line Tetrault . For the second year running, Capacity will feature a wide range of media (ceramic, textile, furniture, product design, illustration and more) that will explore and express the word “capacity” as it relates to the […]Continue Reading