We ♥ Local Print Artists
The Box of Delights is proud to uphold a tradition of promoting the work of local print artists. We carry books, art, greeting cards, stationary, and journals that showcase a selection of print art mediums. If you are a local artist who works in print and you would like to see The Box of Delights carry your products, please contact us.
We stock a large selection of titles from Gaspereau Press, a literary publisher and printshop located in neighbouring Kentville, Nova Scotia. Employing a wide range of modern and antiquated production techniques and technologies, Gaspereau Press creates books that marry function and form. From limited-edition letterpress projects to Smyth-sewn trade paperbacks with handprinted jackets, every project carries some trace of the human mind, eye and hand. This hands-on approach carries through every aspect of a book’s creation, resulting in a process which is as culturally enriching as the books it fosters.
Arquoise Design is a graphic designer, illustrator, letterpress printer and visual brand consultant. They have a passion for all things that make a lasting impression. We also carry notebooks and art prints from Arquoise Design.
Deep Hollow Print is an ECMA-winning letterpress printshop and graphic design business owned and operated by Laura MacDonald in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley. We also carry art prints and posters from Deep Hollow Print.
I Spy Fungi is an artist and mushroom enthusiast located in the Annapolis Valley. We carry cards and prints of her designs.
Kat Frick Miller is an artist and freelance illustrator based in the south shore town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Kat’s imagery is cultivated through historical and first hand research into the cultural history of a region. She collects reference material, primarily firsthand, sometimes drawing on historical documents available through research facilities.
Miyoshi Kondo is a Nova Scotia based artist with a BFA from NSCAD University. Using colour and outline she explores ideas of how we live and interact with our varying environments.
Seek & Bloom focuses on the slow art of flower pressing while incorporating the modern approach of graphic arts to create designs that feel organic and elegant. Products are created using pressed and preserved flowers foraged in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia
Holly Carr is a painter and performer. Her work includes live paintings done on banners up to 32 feet long. Her bold satirical images explore everything from human interactions and social stereotypes to her love for the natural world.