✨ This year, we celebrate 25 years of building community through art and we invite you to join us! To honour this milestone we have released a set of 25th Anniversary Merch printed by local artist Jenn Herd (@jhsilkscreens) ✨
All shirts are available in sizes S-XXL. Is there a size you don’t see? Let us know and have your order in by Monday, October 25 and we can have it printed for you in our next order.
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About the Designs!
The linocut themed designs are brought to you thanks to a collaboration between Quinn Zwarich and Jenn Herd. Sparked by Quinn’s super well received ouroboros linocut design, we decided it would be a great idea to make linocut themed shirts and bags based on the beloved linocut workshops that Myths and Mirrors are so well known for.
“I find these designs to be reminders of the infinite care, support and thought that goes into all of Myths and Mirrors work. As the ouroboros logo symbolises infinity, the eggs nest and vines symbolise continued community care, co-habitation, integration and growth.”-Jenn
This four-colour design was conceived by Jenn Herd, a local silkscreen artist who has spent many summers collaborating with Myths and Mirrors as an artist participant in the past.
“I wanted to create a fun and bright logo that would celebrate Myths and Mirrors journey and also mark their present prosperity during their 25th anniversary. The rainbow part of the logo is meant to imitate the mural behind the old Roy’s furniture building as a nod to Myths and Mirrors current location downtown on Durham street whilst symbolising the inclusivity that is always practised by staff and collaborators. I decided on the yellow-orange gradient which was inspired by the current front door sign colours and also the rays of sunshine that make what Myths and Mirrors is today.
I then integrated a personal throwback to the old accordion that was donated to Myths and Mirrors a few years back when my brother Josh Herd was hired as an artist at the Victory Park location. We spent many moments during wholesome community events where the accordion was pulled out and used as a tool to reach out, tell stories, bring people together and to have fun. To this day, Myths and Mirrors are always ready to pull out their instruments and tools to help bring more and more of this kind of beauty to our community.
Huge thanks to Myths and Mirrors for thinking of me and including me in this project.”