Never underestimate the power of a well-designed bookshelf. Whether it be crammed and overflowing, or neat and alphabetized, bookshelves possess a narrative that goes beyond the books and into the owner itself.
Podcasts in my mind were too hard to listen to--difficult to hold my short attention span. But today, I think they are a way to inspire, collaborate, and hear the voices of creatives from around the world.
RADmag was lucky enough to get a chance to chat with Megan Campagnolo, the designer behind Toronto-famous brand Rosehound Apparel.
Jenny Barron is a fourth year Creative Industries student at Ryerson. Splitting her time between specialities of Interior Design and Printing and Publishing (formerly known as Graphic Communications Management), Jenny has masterly created a portfolio that pushes beyond one sole medium.
Branding is a crucial component in today’s professional world, especially online. RADmag has the guide for young professionals and uni students to take their brands to the next level.
There is often a huge misconception around interior decorating that you need to spend a lot for quality designs. This notion is 100% false. It’s not about over-spending and changing everything, it’s about finding one or two pieces that help tie everything else together.
We’ve all had those moments: scrolling through our top feeds, looking for that perfect laugh out loud meme, when we come across something so angelic we just have to click. Whether it’s a perfectly plated dish or a lit-to-perfection selfie, Instagrammers have the power to make us want just about anything.
This year I had the privilege of seeing the work of Julia Hendrickson (friend, Ryerson graduate, and photographer on the rise), as she displayed her film Under Green Waves.
RADmag was lucky enough to have been invited to Trek For Teen’s Illuminate fashion show, which took place on May 6th. Trek For Teens is a non-profit organization whose focus is to raise funds for homeless youth in the city of Toronto.
The Ryerson gym, the pinnacle of traditional masculinity, was the venue of the Refashioning Masculinity fashion show on May 5th
So, here we are: part two of the Spring Cleaning edit. It’s now officially spring, so put away your layers and shave those bodies!
I know what you’re thinking, spring just started and all you want to do is sit outside and soak up the sun before it disappears again. But I can promise you this - spring is here to stay - and you want your wardrobe to be ready.
We dropped by the SLC to experience Mass Exodus 2016, reporting on style, mood, and execution!
We were invited to the RADmag Gallery Night that took place Thursday, March 24th, celebrating the launch of Issue 04.
Brenda Shivanandan is an Interior Design student at Ryerson University’s School of Interior Design. She is an intelligent designer, who strives to create contextual designs and cohesive concepts. For her 2nd year technical course, she proposed a reimagined threshold for an existing building:
Christopher Davidson is currently a 3rd year Interior Design student at the School of Interior Design (RSID). Though he previously obtained a degree in Biology from Wilfrid Laurier University, Christopher still had a desire to pursue his passion for interior design
Frame Publishing commissioned a team of six Interior Design students from Ryerson University to create a booth that was exhibited at the 2015 Interior Design show.
Savannah Onofrey is a Toronto-based Photographer whose main love of food pushes her practice. Her inspiration comes from food focused periodicals like Lucky Peach and Food & Wine magazine, and the constantly booming food scene within Toronto.
A chair is the most complicated piece of furniture to design, and is as much a functional piece as it is a decorative element.
Yuki Barton is a former Ryerson Fashion Communications student who now works as an E-Commerce Assistant at budding Vancouver-based brand Oak + Fort and pursues her passion of designing and handcrafting jewelry on the side.
Dimitar Dangov is drawn to the notion of androgyny in clothing, intentionally depicting genderless forms that rely on the wearer’s body to transform the garment.
Catherina Walrond is a Toronto-based freelance designer and a graduate of the Class of 2014 Fashion Communications program at Ryerson University.
Carey Costa began her photographic career in Toronto’s underground music scene, and has since expanded her practice to explore the balance between commercial aesthetics and conceptual art.
Ryan Amore Turning a passion into a career, Ryan Amore is a Toronto-based fashion designer and Technical Consultant at OCAD University.
Abbey Midanik Abbey Midanik is a Toronto based photographer interested in the interaction between fashion and spaces.
The collective, Jay Ess Elle was assigned the task of creating a food cart for The Stop’s annual Night Market.