Mental Health Pop-Up Market

Let's celebrate Hard Feelings' 4th birthday and some amazing artists XXXXX

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Let's celebrate!

Hard Feelings is a non-profit social enterprise committed to reducing barriers and increasing access to mental health resources and supports. We are celebrating our FOURTH BIRTHDAY with a POP-UP MARKET featuring artists whose work intersects with mental health.

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How it works
Our Online Pop-Up Market features the virtual shops of 14 local artists and makers. Browse through the vendors and the Hard Feelings store and add whatever items you like to your cart. When you go to the check out, it'll all be there together!

Artists keep 100% of their sales.

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When you shop at Hard Feelings or make a donation, you directly support our mission to reduce barriers and increase access to mental health supports and resources. As a non-profit, every dollar helps us grow and sustain our work. Please consider donating and spreading the word :)

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The Artists

They're using their creativity to heal, to end mental health stigma and to encourage understanding and acceptance. Artists keep 100% of their sales.

Alisha Davidson

Alisha (she/her) is an artist and illustrator based in Toronto. Currently her work is focused on exploring relationships, empathy, and the body. 

Anna May Henry

Anna (she/her) works with printed multiples, ceramics and digital drawings to canonize everyday foods and familiar objects, investigating our relationships with place, class and memory. 

Harmeet

Harmeet (they/them) is a Tkaronto-based, working-class, trans, multiply disabled and mad Sikh panjabi settler, multidisciplinary artist and student. They are primarily working with digital illustration/design, fibre arts and acrylic painting. Through their practice and facilitation roles — Harmeet is deeply invested in making art and art making accessible in varying ways. 

Homestead Ceramic

Homestead Ceramic makes vessels that are an encounter with slowness, creativity, connection, and home. It offers handmade decorative and functional vessels made by Chiedza Pasipanodya (they/she). Named after the land a family inherits, these vessels are inspired by the long standing pottery methods and aesthetics from Zimbabwe where Chiedza grew up. Homestead sells cups, vases, urns and bowls made of clay.

Jennifer Lee Copping

Jennifer (she/her) is a 30-year-old bisexual disabled woman, creating art and going to school for art therapy. Some of her works directly explore her life as a person with schizoaffective disorder (among other ailments) and how it affects her life and relationships as well as prejudice, stigma and oppression she faces as a disabled person.

Marnie & Michael

Marnie & Michael is an artisan studio meets mental health initiative. They design and create leather bags and accessories with 15% of our profits going to mental health and wellness. 

Peculiar Pennants

Kyra (she/her) is a disabled maker and designer who makes felt pennant flags and vinyl stickers. With her work, she aims to inspire, encourage, and amuse. Many of her designs are inspired by her own experience with disability and her own mental health struggles.

Pree aka Sticky Mangos

Pree (they/them) has an interdisciplinary arts practice under the name Sticky Mangos. Their work is love letters to their inner child, and affirming their queer, disabled, fat self. 

ruby llanillos

ruby llanillos (they/them) is a latinx queer femme gnc artist & baddie living in toronto ontario. their art is femme supremacy/misandry/t-girl riot mess with original illustrations and written work.

Reena Devani

Reena (she/her) is a teacher, writer and artist. Her practice involves hand-stamped work in a variety of mediums. As a chemo patient and through her involvement with Desmoid Canada, she advocates for tumour research, patient care and representation. Her work explores themes of hope and resiliency. 

SaSa Naturals

SaSa Naturals is a family-run business that makes skincare products without the use of harsh chemicals, parabens and sulphites. They encourage customers to think of their products as food for the skin, which is why they incorporate organically grown and locally sourced ingredients and use Indigenous farming practices in their growing methods.

Sentient Pansy

Lilah (they/them) of Sentient Pansy is a disabled Indigiqueer artist based in Toronto. They work primarily in collage and textile arts, creating zines, stationery, and embroidered items.

Steph Kenzie

Steph (she/her) is an illustrator and cartoonist living in Toronto. Her work is handmade and imperfect, and draws upon her own adventures with mental health. She also just really likes drawing chubby cats in exercise gear.

Super Sensitive

Super Sensitive is a celebration of emotions. We believe that feelings are our superpowers, not our weaknesses. We sell a variety of items such as prints, apparel, stickers, and mirror decals. Our mission is to end stigma around communicating our true feelings and build pride in our sensitivity.