Mid-century modern meets its contemporary rival with the beautiful illustrations of Barbara Dziadosz.
Jp King is a transdisciplinary media artist, whose art practice spans material culture, social engagement, contemporary mythology, masculinity and speculative … Read More
Born in 1981, artist Marlies Plank is a Vienna-based freelance photographer with a rich career spanning the last decade. Seeing … Read More
With winter settling in and darker days ahead, we’ve got some wonderful work by UK artist Matt Harrison Clough coming … Read More
Our next artist is photographer Yener Torun, whose stunningly colourful, geometric compositions are a welcome antidote to a dull day. Born … Read More
Our next artist is the very talented Sandi Falconer. Currently residing in beautiful Gravenhurst, Ontario, Sandi designs and creates humorous … Read More
Meet our next artist: Vikki Wiercinski. Hailing from Edmonton, Alberta, Vikki is a designer, pattern-maker extraordinaire, and full-fledge stationery and housewares queen … Read More
Team Macho is not your average art collective. And they aren’t your average macho men either. Machismo, that puerile expression … Read More
Canadian alt comix icon Marc Bell brings his particular brand of intricate insanity to the printed page of Papirmass next … Read More
Our next print gets packed up and mailed next week. Featuring work by Papirmass founder Kirsten McCrea, Issue 77 features … Read More
Lucky Jackson is a masterful maker who embraces mark-making in myriad forms. Her images are rendered in drawing, paint, and embroidery, … Read More
You’re unlikely to encounter a paper matchbox cover in much of the world these days, as new printing methods and … Read More
Designer Sam Dubeau knows a lot about life as a creative individual, and what it takes to achieve a work/life balance. Get to know her better here.
Artist Emily Haasch is a designer by trade, who creates stunning collage work with a restrained, minimalist style that is sure to captivate you.
Whether offering insight and advice collected over the years, or quietly transcribing the beautiful, deep, and hilariously inane comments at major … Read More
Issue 64 artist, David Fullarton, talks to us about his Apology Series, pakoras and accomplishing things with your non-dominant hand. Read more here.
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