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The One of a Kind Spring Show opened its doors to Toronto artisan lovers today and, as always, it was an overwhelming (and expansive!) display of art, fashion, stationery, housewares, specialty foods, furniture and more. It's a dangerous place when there are specific items you're looking to find. And even more dangerous when you don't! In my case, I'm always on the lookout for new art on a budget to fill my embarrassingly barren apartment walls. Cue: Whiteout Workshop. Started by Natasha Peterson in 2009, this shop features silk screened clothing, art and fashion accessories that have a simple, but graphic quality and certainly speaks to my aesthetic. Natasha's path to this booth began from an education in photographic technology and graphic communications. With a strong passion in the print publishing world, she used her experience and drive to create her own company, which I came face to face with today. Much of her work comes from her own photography, some of which is pieced together to create her images, and screened in her studio in Edmonton, Alberta. The only problem I see with her work is that I can't narrow down which pieces I want for myself! Here are some of my favourites: Vintage cameras and bicycles. It's like she knows me. Not to mention her choices in alignment. I love it all! Plus, we all know I'm a sucker for black and white prints...     Which print is YOUR favourite?   For more ideas on adding art on a budget: 8 ways to add art on a budget 10 whimsical Etsy prints Bloggers' budget decorating ideas: Artwork   
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