Ottawa is our home. It has a city feel with a small town attitude. We freaking love this town. It is rich in wooded land, waterways and scenic views. Situated right next to the province of Quebec, the mash-up of cultures has produced world-class artists, musicians, chefs, entrepreneurs and talent of every variety.
This city has a pretty considerable chip on its shoulder as well. Its proximity with Toronto and Montreal has made this town slide into the shadows of its more metropolitan cousins. This shade has made the city and some of its inhabitants believe the un-hype.
Sometimes, we're our own worst enemy. Sometimes, we only have ourselves to beat.
Don't see your hood? Let us make one for you.
All custom work starts at $300, that includes a large hunk of live edge wood approximately 10 x 14 x 2 in or new 18 x 24 in Rectangle or 18 in Circle in premium plywood.
IMPORTANT: You will get a digital proof of your custom map before the piece it made and shipped. Add the city or address in the comment section at checkout.
PLEASE NOTE THAT CUSTOM ORDERS WILL TAKE A MINIMUM OF 2 WEEKS ONCE PAYMENT IS MADE.
2017 Modern Lunar Phases Calendar. In its third year of production, each annual design is unique. This is the 3rd edition, and for this year, we've used a rising moon image and screened it with silver metallic in on matte stock.
This modern moon phases calendar is the perfect gift for werewolves and the people who love them.
Part art piece, part home decor, part relationship aid. This calendar combines a distinct design with an exquisite production process. The design plays with the concept that the date is a "moon" to the moon graphic—CLEVER! The overall look was made to be timeless and not lose its lustre after the calendar year ends. The goal of the design is that you'll look lovingly to this art piece long after the year ends.
Lunar Calendar comes in a tube and ready for a naked placement on your wall or framed. Each one is numbered.
Same great hoods that you love and know, now available in a supple fleece.
These are the original six that were selected by vote by customers and fans in our community.
We'll be adding more hoods (and cities) to the collection, but if you can't wait to rep your hood, custom orders are available.
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We're doing a Q&A as part of this fun night of design competitions and talks. We'll be discussing creativity, discipline and never quitting unless you when you should probably quit.
2 days and 2 nights of beautiful art and design; thirst-quenching beer and drinks; and delicious food. All locally made with love from the area's finest. Set in the heart of one of the city's best festivals.
Aug 19 - 20, 2016
Ottawa City Hall (back garden off Lisgar Street)