Posted Jun 29, 2011 in Arts, Made in Canada


Camilla d’Errico

It’s no secret that I love pop surrealism, and Vancouver-based Camilla d’Errico is quickly becoming one of my favourites. Though born in Ottawa, d’Errico’s painting career got its start in Gastown’s Ayden Gallery. She usually features exaggerated female subjects surrounded by animals, and it’s the combination...

Read More

Posted Jun 28, 2011 in About Last Night, For Both


A t-shirt Madonna Would Wear…

The other night I was invited to see the unveiling of Celestial Chariots Spring 2011 collection at StyleXchange. I was first greeted by the beautiful angels at the door, and then handed a delicious iced beverage (my night was already made!). Immediately, my eyes were drawn to magnificent pieces of art by creative director Haim Sherff, whose...

Read More

Posted Jun 27, 2011 in About Last Night, Events


The Night that was Bloggers Bazaar 2nd Edition We at yourKloset were very proud to have presented the second edition of Bloggers’ Bazaar. The family behind yourKloset brought together the Montreal blogging & journalism community for a night of drinks, food, laughs, and of course the debut of a ton of new product and Fall/Winter 2011...

Read More

Posted Jun 26, 2011 in All Things Sex


London in L Minor

The city has been on my mind quite a bit lately. Why? Maybe because it’s one of the very few places I’ve been where I could imagine laying down roots. Maybe because I think it could save me from myself. I was going to send this next poem, entitled “London in L Minor” to the Bridport Prize. But come to think of it, my love for London is...

Read More

Posted Jun 25, 2011 in GREEN Berets


Make Printing Sustainable with Soy Printer Ink

Soybeans are a renewable and sustainable resource in that it takes little energy and water to grow while producing abundant yields. Generally printer inks are petroleum-based, which can mean hazardous effects for the environment when you add up all the newsletters, newspapers, memos, etc. that are printed out on a daily basis. Soy printer ink...

Read More

Posted Jun 24, 2011 in Cool Shit


The SARTORIALIST Scott Schuman, everyone’s favorite sartorialist was followed around the streets of NYC doing his thing for a special web series presented by Intel. The man behind one of the world’s most popular street style blogs – THE SARTORIALIST – speaks of of his luckiness to be able to...

Read More
Page 1 of 612345...Last »