To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the record label that helped change the face of Canadian independent music, designer Jeremy Laing has created a series of t-shirts for the Bay, and the pieces look amazing as captured here by local photographer (and frequent Rookie Mag contibutor) Petra Collins.
A collaboration between Arts & Crafts musicians and Canadian artists curated by Laing, each shirt has a different aesthetic, and the net proceeds from the collection go to MusiCounts, a music education charity.
Paired up on the $75 shirts are Feist and Sojourner Truth Parsons, Dan Mangan and Jason Maclean, Broken Social Scene and photographer Jessica Eaton, and Timber Timbre with Niall McClelland. There’s also an Arts & Crafts shirt featuring Derek Sullivan. Which one is your favourite?