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DOMINION MODERN is proud to announce the opening of the first exhibit on the typeface, “Toronto Subway”. This is the story of a man, a subway and the typeface that brought them together in a five
In the 1960's businessman Ed Mirvish began to buy up the period warehouses on King Street West that surrounded his Royal Alexandra Theatre. The Edwardian warehouses were all painted white and so was
The Alumni Hall of Fame. Initiated by students at George Brown College's SCHOOL OF DESIGN to celebrate graduates who gone on to make significant contributions in their chosen field of study. They
Vinyl Graphic: Design in the Canadian Record Industry, presents a cross-section of manufacture and design artefacts from the Canadian recording industry. The focus is graphic design, and for the most
From Architecture to Design: How Toronto Went Boom! A major exhibition on Toronto’s architectural and design output, 1945-75. Industrial design artefacts on display included household goods and an
Celebrates the work of ground-breaking graphic designers that shaped communication design in Canada. Eric Aldwinckle, Paul Arthur, Stuart Ash, Ernst Barenscher, Carl Brett, Carl Dair, Gerhard Doerrié