Today, owning art doesn’t necessarily have to be an “investment” anymore. Thanks to the variety of formats, sizes, and materials available, artists are creating pieces that we can own or gift for pure enjoyment.
You’ve found the perfect gift. You’ve wrapped it up. But it’s missing that little extra something to make it more personal and sentimental: a card.
A limited edition of prints and postcards are available now.
It’s all in the name of 6/13, our area code’s champagne bday.
For everyone who’s complained that Ottawa isn’t colourful enough… now’s your chance.
Apt613 has heard from so many people over the past few days, about how much they love this bridge.
When Colin White moved to Ottawa in 2006 after completing his Master’s in Typo/Graphic Studies abroad, he began freelancing as an illustrator and designer. To familiarize himself with his new surroundings, he began taking walks around his neighbourhood, sketching buildings that he found aesthetically appealing and recording interesting interactions in a series of short comic […]
For anyone looking to get inspired to take on new projects now that it’s finally time to come out of hibernation, an upcoming event will bring together a wide array of local artists, organizers, and entrepreneurs to tell us about their work. PechaKucha (“chit-chat” in Japanese) nights were created in Tokyo in 2003 as a […]
To the surprise of many, it was announced on Monday that last month’s Timekode will be the last one to be held at Eri Cafe on Somerset St. W. From the Timekode Facebook group: “Some unexpected circumstances beyond our control have led to the somewhat shocking revelation that December 2013’s jam was the final TIMEKODE ever at […]
If you want to become acquainted with Ottawa-area artists, visiting the Red Handed art show at Cyclelogik at 1111A Wellington St West is a great place to start. Until December 25, some 40 artists from the national capital are displaying their works with several intriguing pieces for sale. The vivacious and talented Andrea Stokes, an […]
You may have noticed local painter Patrick John Mills on the Mackenzie King Bridge, who is painting outside every day in March. If you are not familiar with this project, or are aware and want to know more, you can visit his blog where he is documenting his adventure. (Images of Centretown and The Big Beat have also written about […]