Blank Canvas opens its doors this weekend for it’s first official pop-up shop event, “For The Low-Col” — an eclectic collection of local designers, artists and craftspeople who have come together to create some Toronto-made offerings that will light up your life. From streetwear, paintings, zines, thrifted picks (and all that lies between), let’s briefly introduce the brands Omit Limitation has curated for this weekend’s market.
Nui-Sance Society‘s most recent capsule collection will be up for grands this weekend – the collection consists of black and white tees with designs lambasting the 9-5 grind (and properly befitting the brand’s rebellious nature.)
A brand that shows plenty of love for bear iconography and forest greens, Northside reps heavy for Canada. You can catch fresh new goods from Northside this weekend.
Toronto vintage retailer Rags To Riches will be offering up their one-of-a-kind thrifted picks.
Toronto based photographer Setti Kidane and her 12mm initiative will also be selling prints this weekend, as well as calendars (for Type A creatives among us.) The 12mm project was recently featured in Paper Mag that delved more deeply into her love for highlighting black female artists.
Artist SeednTribe describe their work as “artifacts & ancestral life sources that channel through ini physical vessel” — they’ll be channelling that energy this weekend in both painting and prints that they’ll be making available. Catch some good vibes on their Instagram to see what they’re all about.
‘untitled’ 48″x36″ by Peter Marrack, c/o Peter Marrack
Toronto artist Peter Marrack will be offering up some of his abstract painted works, as well as books at “For The Low-Cal” this weekend.
Toronto visual artist Kadiejra frequently works as photographer, but this weekend it’ll be her colourful and vulnerable renderings of the female form up for sale.