Lately, I feel I have been starting almost all my “few and far inbetween” blog posts with something along the lines of, “I know I haven’t posted in a while”. But believe me, it has been on my mind to post. I amm just doing too many things at once, especially with the online store. But I am sorting through that.
I have good news to share.
One of my tee designs got selected to be in a lettering and type art gallery show, Swash & Serif 4.
Obviously, I was excited about it. I am glad this specific one was picked for the show. Mainly because I love what it says and represents. Doing justice, loving kindness and walking humbly. Our world needs more of this. Don’t you think?
What is this show about, anyway?
Swash & Serif is an annual typography and lettering exhibition, showcasing work from Toronto and around the world, now in it’s fourth year. Put together by Toronto Design Directory.
The show took place in a small charming gallery on Queen Street West called, Northern Contemporary (1266 Queen Street West). The show is supposed to go on until Wednesday October 25th. So you still have a chance to check it out – if you are in the GTA.
Here are a few pictures from the event.
It was bumping for sure. I loved being amidst all the other talent that was represented on the walls. Great energy. Lovely to be a part of it.