Toronto Comic Arts Festival

Photos of the 2011 Toronto Comic Arts Festival

The sixth annual Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF) was held this past weekend at the Toronto Reference Library (a magnificent venue for a show like this). Despite the incredibly nice weather outside, thousands of devoted fans and curiosity seekers alike made their way through the three floors of exhibits, which with over three hundred participants truly included something for every taste. Plenty of artists were on hand to sign their work, participate in live art sessions, and discuss the finer points of plotlines and ink lines with the adoring public.

PHOTOS (captions above each image)

Amity Blamity by Mike White

2011510-amity.jpg


Just a tiny portion of what was available for purchase at the show

2011510-tcaf-table.jpg


These undies have supreme nerd cachet

2011510-tcaf-shirts.jpg


Artists were quite friendly and happy to meet their fans

2011510-tcaf-press.jpg


Drawn Quarterly's table

2011510-tcaf-drawn.jpg


Psychedelia is not dead

2011510-tcaf-bright.jpg


Michael Cho art on display

2011510-tcaf-art.jpg


Mind bending, eye watering designs

2011510-tcaf-last.jpg


Writing and photos by Scott Snider.


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Arts

Someone in Toronto made an Archie-style comic book cover of the Raptors

Toronto's favourite comedy bar is reopening with lots of changes

New art installation reminds all Toronto residents that they have value

Someone is making greeting cards inspired by the streets of Toronto

A street in Toronto was painted over with the words Black Lives Matter and it's beautiful

The AGO is reopening in Toronto and here's what to expect

Art galleries in Toronto are starting to reopen and here's what's different now

A house in Toronto with a bunch of bottles hanging out front has people curious