We are very excited to announce “Recognition”, an award ceremony and event dedicated to Toronto’s infamous Graffiti Alley. Join us December 2nd at 8pm at Toronto Collective (289 Spadina Ave) to experience a night of epic proportions featuring an award donation, live painting by graffiti artists Bacon and Sight, DJ sets by Grouch and Taktiks, and more.
“Conservation is the preservation of human life on Earth, and that, above all else, is worth fighting for” –Rob Stewart.
The Dakuwaqa Project sets forth a new tribute mural by PangeaSeed guest artists GETSO and BirdO has emerged in Toronto this past week. It was curated by PangeaSeed Foundation and Seawalls: Artists for Oceans.
For more event and project information, please visit dakuwaqaproject.com or click the link in our profile. Special thanks to our partners: the Stewart family, City of Toronto, StART Toronto, Green Parking, Lush Cosmetics, Opus Restaurant, Notion MFG, Nuvango, Lauren Wood and Love Letter Projects with photo credit to Above Below Photo. More images after the jump!
We are extremely proud to present our second curatorial exhibition at #Hashtag Gallery in Toronto titled “Interactivity”. Our latest endeavour focuses on the interaction between gallery and viewer, and incorporates totally immersive works for the attendees to help transform and become a part of the show themselves. Be sure to show up for the opening of the show on July 28th, 2017 – 830 Dundas Street West at 8pm.
Polar Bears become the muse for PangeaSeed Foundation’s latest Sea Walls initiative In collaboration with Kal Barteski, founder of The Polar Bear Fund, 18 artists from around the world come together to beautify Churchill and raise awareness Churchill, Manitoba June 15, 2017 – PangeaSeed Foundation, in partnership with Kal Barteski, presents Sea Walls Churchill – an initiative aimed to generate awareness and create dialogue to explore creative solutions surrounding the region’ s environmental issues.
Frédéric Bouin is a multidisciplinary designer and maker concentrating primarily on handmade graphic images. His background is in illustration and graphic design but has slowly turned towards set building and prop making. In his artistic practice Frédéric blends those influences and blurs the lines between illustration and photography. Frédéric recently sent over a killer new project entitled “Death” that will have you mesmerized if it’s digital or reality. More images and information after the jump!