Jenny Lien, owner of Small Hours Workshop, splits her work between two objectives: minimalism and sustainability.
Stephanie Cheng dedicates her art to the female form and Toronto's greatest sports moments, from Kawhi's "Shot" to the epic "Batflip."
Selina Yung is a Toronot-based artist with a passion for art and a habit of upcycling, making collage crafting a perfect hobby.
Monika Giacca, owner and designer at Owl Paper Goods, honed her skills in rubber stamp design and portraiture and now produces custom stamps for everyone (including pets!)
Emily Taylor brings her expertise of illustration and design to Toronto homes through her company Cabin, specializing in modern soy ink prints.
Sharon Nowlan is a poet, but words are not her tool of choice for making art, instead, she uses pebbles.
Amanda strand lives a colourful Toronto life. Her artwork shows a love for all things local and a knack for 3D design, there's nothing Amanda can't bring to life.
Leslie Bailey is a 20-year veteran artist who injects humour and fantasy into her art work. If you're into stunning painted clay figures, look no further.
Toronto sketch artist Oliver Stockely loves all things with paws and claws. He sketches people's beautiful furry friends with incredible detail
Meet Courtney Downman who works in the fragile glass art world. She creates cutting edge dessert displays, beakers, chalices, and more
Meet Ali, an entrepreneur with no formal training in art yet she excels at intricate paper cutting. So much so that she started her own company, Light & Paper.
Welcome to Toronto pop-art with a neon flair, cemented in concrete to last a lifetime! These art-pieces will spark conversation in any room.
80s aesthetic never dies, it carries on and undermines pop-culture. Montreal illustrator Jean-Luc Bonifay carries the trend forward with his graphic designs.