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