THE ultimate Cabbagetown gift and helping send kids to camp

This art is for sale and there are only 7 left!! You get an incredible, beautifully framed  limited edition Cabbagetown piece by world renowned artist Steve McDonald and you help send some kids to camp. A percentage of the proceeds will go towards the Taylor Statten Camping Bursary Fund.
The Bursary Fund helps send deserving kids to a variety of camps throughout Ontario. Last year alone we were able to send over 70 kids to camp. To inquire about this print and how to purchase it please contact
Tim Welsh at tim.welsh87@gmail.com.

steve-mcdonald2

About the Artist

Steve McDonald is a Canadian artist from Creemore, Ontario. He is a graduate of The Ontario College of Art and Design.
In recent years Steve has become well known for his highly detailed illustrations of architectural subjects. In particular, his aerial cityscapes have gained a large following of admirers. His award-, five-book project with Chronicle Books has become an international best-selling series with over half a million books in print. They have been published in more than 30 countries and have been translated into more than twenty languages. Illozoo Illustration represents Steve worldwide.
In recent years his artwork has been featured in countless publications among the more notable are CBS SUNDAY MORNING NEWS, The Guardian UK, Architectural Digest, The Atlantic, Walrus magazine, NY Times, Gizmodo, CBC, Imagine FX, Communication Arts, Yahoo News with Katie Couric, Toronto Life and The Globe & Mail. Steve’s past editorial illustration clients include Amazon, Entertainment Weekly, Blue Man Group, Dymock’s and Indigo Books.
Steve’s latest series focuses on Toronto’s iconic neighbourhoods. Steve is documenting the neighbourhoods from unique aerial vantage points instead of centering on the obvious intersections or main architectural components. With these illustrations, Steve is trying to give his viewers a new way to ponder, ‘walk into’, and explore the neighbourhoods. An experience like walking into a three-dimensional map.

 

TwitterGoogle+FacebookLinkedInDiggStumbleUponBlogger PostDeliciousShare

Other News

Necropolis-Fredrick-Peters-photo-credit

What happened at the Necropolis?

Frederick Peters, Ph.D., Research Fellow, City Institute at York University. The Necropolis is subject to mortality as we all are. On today’s frigid winter visit, it’s fencing sports aloft one glove, … [Read More...]

WHEN FIRING, BE KIND OR BEWARE

Contributed by Albert S. Frank – Lawyer. An employer can terminate an employee at any time. But if there was no “just cause” for termination then the employer owes money compensation to the employee. … [Read More...]

Pride in our Neighbourhood

Contributed by Gerald Michaud, Broker. Wanting to belong to something bigger than ourselves is a universal human feeling. When we feel we belong we are happier, healthier, and more likely to want to … [Read More...]

pho-pas-pho

PHINALLY – PHO PAS!

Contibuted by Andre Bermon. As the name suggests, Pho Pas is clever play-on-words to describe this French - Vietnamese cross-culture eatery that uniquely blends the exotic tastes of South East Asia … [Read More...]

THE PICKY EATER PART 1

By: Letitia Mancini ~ Family Coach.  “What do you mean you don’t like pasta? You liked it yesterday!” Sound familiar?   No matter what a child is actually eating, parents always feel their … [Read More...]

Sherbourne & Dundas Safety Survey

Toronto Police (51 Division) released the summary of results from their “Dundas Street East and Sherbourne Street Area Safety Survey”. The results are telling: 1,097 Surveys Completed Most people … [Read More...]

Momentum Montessori