sadbaddies; Lolli Atomica

She came to The Underbelly from the future of 2099 for a custom jacket, but stayed to change the fate of her lineage. But in changing the past to alter the future, will she lose the person she has become? Will the cost be too high of a price to pay for true change? The test awaits for this ballerina of fate. Lolli Atomica ain’t … Continue reading sadbaddies; Lolli Atomica

CC; scrappaxx

The Creative Connection I have been leading and facilitating an upcycled fashion based workshop for youths in transition. Bringing Free2Be, a program helping youths transition out of the child welfare and foster care system, together with an organization I work with called VIBEarts, who bring creative workshops to underserved communities and their youth, to bring the first of my CreativeCnnction workshops to life. The first … Continue reading CC; scrappaxx

Education

Education is a big part of life, and it is not something finite, but everlasting. It is cliche to say but we should always be learning in life. In regards to formal education, I have spent four years studying the art of fashion design at Seneca College in North York, Ontario. I finished two programs, a 1 year, and a 3 year program, which both … Continue reading Education

Drunken Castles Galleria

     In early 2018, Nicholas organized his own in-house art show. An art show showcasing his work along with a couple other artists from the Toronto area. Nicholas was on the verge of moving and decided to utilize the opportunity and space to celebrate and showcase his work in his own environment. It was a night of thrifty nostalgia, with art inspired by childhood … Continue reading Drunken Castles Galleria

The Moving Home Project

The Moving Home Project was a brief collective I was a part of in the summer of 2016. We were brought together on a daily basis for two weeks to explore our experiences with lives consisting of a lot of transition brought on by the child welfare system. We discussed themes of expression and how the experiences effected each of us, and expressed though different … Continue reading The Moving Home Project