One of a Kind Show, Toronto

Chantal and I took in an afternoon checking out the many amazing vendors at the One of a Kind show in Toronto last weekend. The show is huge and there were so many great booths and products for sale. We zigzagged through the aisles from A-Z and spent a good amount of time sampling chocolates, cookies, sauces and many other delicious foods before continuing our shopping.

We thought we would share a few of our favorites from the show, which runs until December 6th.

We came across these great etchings and engravings from Richard Metzger:

Richard Metzger

Chantal recognized this vendor from having bought from her three years ago at another show. She creates beautiful Victorian and Art Nouveau jewelry:

Circa 1890

I ran into a very talented artist and sculptor who I recognized from our days at Sheridan College in the illustration program. I really love Gosia’s sculptures of interesting faces mounted on frames or wall hangings that include hooks for your key chains or jewelry:

Gosia's wall hangings
Gosia's wall hanging sculptures

Chantal and I were wowed by the sculptural landscapes of New York City and Chicago. Created from weathered plywood, the landscapes are built up three dimensionally to create really impressive pieces:

Subway platform by Heather Kocsis

There are a lot more great vendors at the One of a Kind show so if you’re in Toronto or passing through be sure to check it out!

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