Peter Honeywell has a dream: Take a vacant lot of downtown city land, add some shipping containers and a dose of architectural ingenuity, and presto! you have an inexpensive, practical, and portable multi-purpose arts complex. What’s missing? The city's rubber stamp.

By Nichole McGill

Read more: An Irregular Idea

Part art, part craft, part postmodern protest against mass production, Adrienne Gibb’s handmade plush toys are squeezable, loveable, huggable and stuffed with irony.

By Tony Martins

Read more: Huggable Archetypes

To reconcile cultures, traditions and models of expression, spoken word poet Anthony Bansfield draws inspiration from African griot oral history: “It connects to my ancestry and expresses everyday reality in a non-western tradition.” 
By Harry Gallon

Read more: Bansfield's griot journey