Four Demons By James Turner.

October 13, 2016

Steve Dunk is printing four letterpress images for James Turner’s submission to the exhibition:

Hyakki Yagyo: Night Parade of 100 Demons at Northern Contemporary Gallery opening October 20th, 2016 at 7pm. Also in the show are Reactor artists Clayton Hanmer and Deshi Deng.

Located at 1266 Queen St. West, the show runs until October 31, 2016











Hyakki Yagyo: Night Parade of 100 Demons
Northern Contemporary will exhibit Hyakki Yagyo: Night Parade of 100 Demons, opening October 20th, 2016 at 7pm and running until October 31, 2016.

Here’s the gallery link…

Deshi Deng’s Illustration for Vice

July 21, 2016

Deshi Deng’s latest illustration for for an article about people smuggling porn into jails.

Read the article here.

Deshi Deng

Hollywood: The Art Of The Movie Poster

June 24, 2016

These are two personal works by Deshi Deng recently exhibited at the Northern Contemporary Gallery’s group show, “Hollywood: The Art Of The Movie Poster.”

The exhibition features over 20 artists who have created posters reinterpreting their favourite movies. The exhibition is on view until June 28th.

Artists exhibiting are Allison Burda & Cameron Gee, CLöWNBäBÿ/Kartigan, Deshi Deng, Gleb FoRo, Jeffrey Royiwsky, Jim Sage, Joaquin Varela, Jos Theriault, Keith Einmann, Lisa Vanin, M. Glass, Matthew Daley, Matthew Haskill, Michael Pagdon, Pong Ping, Raz Latif, Robert John Paterson, Robert Quance, Roman Arabia, Sophie Paas-Lang, Tiffany Huta, Uuule Brennar, Virginia Deil and Will Gaydos.

Agnes Yi

New work by Agnes Yi.



Round Table Session at The Spoke Club

June 16, 2016

Here’s Clayton Hanmer graphically facilitating the DAC Group’s latest Toronto Round Table session at The Spoke Club.




Fast Company’s June Issue

June 2, 2016

Alëna Skarina created this illustration about super social media stars in the latest issue of Fast Company.




FISHAUF DESIGN Artist Shop on Threadless

May 30, 2016

I’m pleased to announce that the FISHAUF DESIGN Artist Shop is now open on Threadless, the premier online site for graphic tees.

The shop address:


Back in the 1980s, as Creative Director of Reactor Art + Design, I helped our then-client, footwear retailer Roots, to develop their first line of graphic tees and sweats. The incredible success of the Roots Athletics line catapulted the company out of the niche leather and footwear market to become one of Canada’s leading clothing retailers.


Roots’ success inspired us to create Reactor Artwear, a line of wearable-art tees and sweats with graphics created by Reactor’s talented artists and designers. We produced the garments in Toronto, and sold them to boutiques and department stores in Canada, the US and Europe.

The press and public loved the product, but owing to our inexperience and naiveté, some poor business decisions and the cutthroat nature of the garment business, we were unable to make Reactor Artwear a financial success, and had to shut it down after about three years.

Now, 25 years later, the advent of the internet and on-demand garment printing has allowed me to once again indulge my interest in creating wearable art and design on that most democratic of clothing items, the tee shirt. My Artist Shop will feature new designs, as well as some revivals of Reactor Artwear classics.


Featured designs in the shop today include my FLORA collage, which was recently chosen from over 2,000 submissions to be part of the Collective Brewing Label Series, and a revival of TALK IS CHEAP, one of the most popular Reactor designs from the 1980s.


I plan to add new designs on a regular basis, so check back often.

‘Cameraworks’ by Tomio Nitto

May 25, 2016

IndexG Gallery Shop is inviting you to see ‘Cameraworks’ by Tomio Nitto.

The reception will be held on Thursday, May 26th, 2016, 5-8pm and the exhibition runs through June 5th, 2016.

The gallery is located at 48 Gladstone Avenue. See you there!


Camerworks by Tomio Nitto




3d Art by Tomio Nitto

April 27, 2016

Tomio Nitto created 3D art for INDEXG’s month of May ‘Contact’ exhibition.


William Street Beer Co. – The Dark Light Dark Ale

April 19, 2016

Love beer? Clayton Hanmer did this illustration for The Dark Light Dark Ale by William Street Beer Co.