Photography as an art form is dead—A bold statement from a someone who's spent many hours in a darkroom... let's hear him out.
Social media as the weapon of choice in 21st century warfare. Ready. Aim. Fire.
Thoughts from a notebook.
The pandemic has been an opportunity to get creative documenting this surreal moment. The Canada COVID Portrait project gives people across the country a platform to share this art.
The gig poster. The printed art that visually connects us to the music.
Renowned artist Vhils and his Toronto tribute to the 1974 Cleaner’s Action.
Walking the fine line between cultural appropriation and cultural appreciation.
Cool is charismatic. It has an edge, a dark side. It’s an earned form of individuality… it’s cool.
Death. Let's talk about this.
The ugly truth about beauty pageants
A couple girls reflect on what the deal is with all of these funky trends and DIY culture suddenly skyrocketing. From tile tables and flower rugs to squiggly mirrors and candles... what are you missing out on, what’s next and how can you get into it?
Hamilton’s Cotton Factory is adaptive reuse at its finest. The former cotton mill is now a creative industries complex, housing a collective of artists.