The Bewundering World of Bewilderbeests is a children’s picture book created by George Brown College School of Design Alumna, Bailey Fort. Inspired by the likes of Shel Silverstein and phonetic word play, Bailey describes her book as “a charming adventure that introduces us to a colourful cast of strange and silly creatures.”
Amy’s friends were gushing one hot summer night about how much they loved their graphic design careers and Amy thought “maybe I should do that”. It made sense because many of Amy’s skills from the fashion world were easily transferable to Design. Amy rushed to submit her application into the George Brown College Graphic Design program and she started classes that fall.
Peace and Cotton has been a boutique manufacturing and printing solution company in Toronto circa 2008. Jeremy likes to keep the door open to local Toronto artists and of course George Brown College (which includes the IN Store & Studio and the Fashion Exchange). He says that he has a “soft spot” for helping independent artists.
Katie Luke and Shirley Liang, IN’s dynamic duo have been working as a team this summer to carefully curate a new George Brown College (GBC) line that appeals to the creative mind. Set to launch this fall, the GBC line includes Notebooks, Water Bottles, Popsockets, Travel Bags, Lanyards, Notebook Covers and a GBC Dominos Game . This is their story and process.
Summer in Toronto is record breaking hot and humid. Toronto’s top designers recommend cooling off by the pool with these thought provoking books before the leaves begin to fall.