by Jayme Keith, Darby Milbrath, Brittany Shepherd,
& Jennifer Rose Sciarrino
Perish Flats: An annual poster series that highlights new work from contemporary Toronto artists. Each poster is printed in full colour on an 18”x24” matte double-thick stock. Posters: art you can afford.
Vol. 1 features:
Jayme Keith was the loving owner of the cat Darby (2005-2014). She lives in Toronto where she makes no living off of dreaming, collecting, vacationing and creating. Darby made an impressive living off of his modelling career. He has never himself smoked marijuana. Jayme was born in Moncton and is an editor at Perish Publishing.
Trained as a contemporary dancer, Darby Milbrath is a multi disciplinary artist currently focusing on drawing and painting. Darby is the chief advisor and Toronto correspondent for The Editorial Magazine. She is based in Toronto, Canada.
Brittany Shepherd: Abandoned in the window of a bankrupt printing shop. FAX AND PHOTOCOPY NOW AVAILABLE. Her crinkled gown is sun bleached and stained, embroidered with flies. DIGITAL COLOUR. Printed again, a runaway bride.
Jennifer Rose Sciarrino (born in Toronto, 1983) is a Toronto-based Canadian artist working in photography, sculpture, video and installation. Sciarrino’s work actively examines the continually evolving line between real and 3D rendered surfaces in visualization and contemporary object making. Sciarrino has exhibited work nationally in a number of group and solo shows.
Above: Jayme Keith
Above: Darby Milbrath
Above: Brittany Shepherd
Above: Jennifer Sciarrino