Well and Good partnering with Transmitter Studios, tag teamed it to bring us a beautiful collaboration of artwork in the form of a book called A Face A Name*People Doing Well and Good. Showcasing various creative minds sharing their passions for all things heartfelt and visually stunning, each emerging artist allow us to see the world how it's translated through their eyes. Working with all types of mixed media, the book is a diverse celebration of contemporary art with the likes of graffiti, photography, sculpture, screenprinting and so much more.
Sounds cool? You can purchase your copy here
The launch and art show was also housed at Toronto's own The Baitshop, which serves as a rustic farmhouse chic retail store carrying the freshest gear, as well as a chill hang out and gallery, complete with a skateboarding ramp and a print shop to service your printing needs.
Always Endures by Juliana Neufeld
Herbie by Gene Starship
DC Canada's team rider Mitch Barrette
You can check out SoHo Monet's Facebook page for more pics of the event.