Toronto is full of wonderful entertainment venues. Famous Toronto Concert Halls and stadiums have been created by well known urban artist and illustrator, David Crighton. Many of them came into being as David's way of providing keepsakes for the cast and or the performer of their performance in Toronto.
Here is a picture of Sting with his art print David Crighton's Molson Amphitheatre.
David would personally deliver the prints to such artists as Gordon Lightfoot, Cat Stevens, Jerry Seinfeld and Van Morrison, Pete Townsend (Massey Hall), Neil Diamond, The Who (Maple Gardens), Elvis Costello and The Rolling Stones (El Mocambo). Yes David did attend that famous (or should I say infamous show along with Maggie Trudeau - well he wasn't actually with Maggie Trudeau but she was there too!) We plan to post an interview with Gordon Lightfoot which has David's Massey Hall print very prominently displayed right in the middle of a collection of paintings and photographs on the wall behind him.
On the Theatre side, David Crighton has created art prints of The Princess of Wales Theatre, The Royal Alexandra Theatre ( affectionally known as The Royal Alex, and The Canon Theatre, They are displayed on the website with the play that was on the last time David offered it to the cast, crew, producers and directors but you can have it customized for your special purpose.
David has sold many prints to clients who want to give a personalized gift to family and friends who are visiting Toronto or who personally want to commemorate a special concert that they attending. The cost to personalize prize is somewhere between $25 - $50.
Please tell us in the comments section below how you have used some of David Crighton's Art to create keepsakes and commemorate special moments in you or loved ones life!