Canadian Music Venues print series ($60 CAD ea.) 
What happens if you spend years playing in bands, love expressing information visually, and suddenly find the nightlife out of reach? These oversized maps of Calgary, Edmonton, Halifax, Hamilton, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver music venues past and present, each spanning more than a dozen genres and a century of history. Punk, dance, jazz, alt, metal, thrash, hiphop, new wave, world beat, big band, weirdo, cabaret, hair band, space pop, regular pop, bluegrass, blues, folkie, swing and DIY music venues? They’re all there, along with their addresses and approximate years of activity. Note: let me stress the word “approximate” here, as this series includes a large number of educated guesses and assumptions. Info about some of these venues is rare-to-nonexistent, so please excuse the errors and drop me an e-mail if you have anything to add or change. Printed in an open edition at 24x36” or 36x24”, signed and dated on reverse, dimensions include an 1.5" margin.


Red and white poster of an aerial view of Calgary, Alberta, Canada detailing music venues that existed between 1889-2021.
Black and white poster of an aerial view of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada detailing music venues that existed between 1908-2021.
Blue and white poster of an aerial view of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada detailing music venues that existed between 1832-2022.
Blue and white poster of an aerial view of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada detailing music venues that existed between 1850-2021.
Red and white poster of an aerial view of Montreal, Quebec, Canada detailing music venues that existed between 1900-2021.
Blue and white poster an aerial view of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada detailing music venues that existed between 1860s-2022.
Red and white poster of an aerial view of Toronto, Ontario, Canada detailing music venues that existed between 1851-2021.
Green and white poster of an aerial view of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada detailing music venues that existed between 1886-2021.