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"Iconic Brands" Collection, Toronto by David Crighton

  • El Mocambo Tavern, Toronto by Illustrator Artist David Crighton Art
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    David Crighton Art Enterprises, Toronto, Canada.

    El Mocambo Tavern, Toronto by David Crighton

    $125.00

    The Facts: The El Mocambo was opened as a music venue in 1850. The building was first used as a haven for escaped slaves. The name and famous El Mocambo palm tree sign were constructed in 1946. It was one of the first establishments in Toronto to obtain a liquor licence. Musical acts appeared on separate stages located on the main and second floor of the building.

    The News: Recently, the iconic El Mocambo was for sale and it seemed as though another famous landmark establishment on the Toronto scene was gong to vanish until the last minute bid by Canadian entrepreneur Michael Werkele not only rescued the El Mo but promised to restore it to the glory days of past years!

    Crightonism: About the second time I saw a musical performance at the "Elmo" it was a good one- March 1977 the band was the Rolling Stones. I won two tickets on CHUM FM Radio. I did this drawing shortly thereafter and returned to the club many times bringing a print to give to the performer with their name added to the marquee.

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    WHAT ARE YOU BUYING?:åÊOur F.A.Q. Section has images of the matted and framed Art Print and Ready to Hang Canvas Floating Frame. For now, we have one photograph of a Standard Size Ready To Hang Floating Frame Horizontal print of a Neighbourhood.

    For shipping and other information please visit our F.A.Q. Page

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  • Sam The Record Man by  David Crighton
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    Sam The Record Man by David Crighton

    $125.00

    The artwork features Toronto's famous flagship location of "Sam the Record Man," An influential chain of record stores located across Canada.

    Now torn down, the downtown Toronto location of the store was most famous for its large iconic sign which featured a giant illuminated record which lit up this section of Yonge Street.

    The Sam the Record Man flagship store was opened in 1961 by Sam Sniderman at 347 Yonge Street, Toronto, Canada. It was the second Sam's store to be on Yonge Street, as its precursor store was at 219 Yonge Street from 1959, until the 347 location opened in late 1961.[1]åÊ

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  • Cadillac Lounge, Toronto, by David Crighton
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    David Crighton Art Enterprises, Toronto, Canada.

    Cadillac Lounge, Toronto, by David Crighton

    $150.00

    Located on Queen Street West this is the place for great live music and fine food. Great Combo indeed :)

    Crightonism: Look on the left, who's goin' to the Lounge tonight It's BRUCE !!!


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    WHAT ARE YOU BUYING?: Our F.A.Q. Section has images of the matted and framed Art Print and Ready to Hang Canvas Floating Frame.  For now, we have one photograph of a Standard Size Ready To Hang Floating Frame Horizontal print of a Neighbourhood.

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  • Drake Hotel, Toronto, Ontario by artist-illustrator David Crighton Art
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    Drake Hotel, Toronto by David Crighton Art

    $100.00

    The Drake Hotel is one of Toronto's most eclectic boutique hotels offering fine dining and fabulous entertainment. Home to hip and happy from millennials to baby boomers.

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    WHAT ARE YOU BUYING?:åÊOur F.A.Q. Section has images of the matted and framed Art Print and Ready to Hang Canvas Floating Frame. For now, we have one photograph of a Standard Size Ready To Hang Floating Frame Horizontal print of a Neighbourhood.

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  • Gladstone Hotel, Toronto Art Print by Artist Illustrator David Crighton Art
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    David Crighton Art Enterprises, Toronto, Canada.

    Gladstone Hotel, Toronto by David Crighton

    $160.00

    Internationally recognized as Canada's favourite Boutique Art Hotel, the Gladstone uniquely blends historical Victorian architecture with contemporary luxury, downtown culture and a lot of art, making it an iconic Toronto hub for locals and international travelers alike.


    Supporting 37 artist designed hotel rooms, over 70 art exhibitions a year, 4 diverse event venue spaces and 2 restaurants, all on a strong values-based mandate, the Gladstone strives to foster an authentic experience for its guests and the local community.

    Crightonism: I've had some fine times at the Gladstone. Art and Music are my attractions and this place is "Full of It" ;) It was a pleasure to create this original Toronto art print looking as lively as an historical landmark that is still a thriving Toronto Work of Art in it's own right.

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    Choose from Digital reproduction and Floating Frame Canvas Ready to Hang.

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  • Horseshoe Tavern Art Print by Toronto Artist Illustrator David Crighton Art
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    David Crighton Art Enterprises, Toronto, Canada.

    Horseshoe Tavern by David Crighton

    $125.00

    The artwork represented on this website are digitally printed by the artist in his studio on acid-free paper using archival quality inks.

    Beginning at an early age, David Crighton's fascination with art and architecture developed into a career which combines them both. Since graduating from Central Technical School in 1974 David Crighton has been recording the architectural diversity of Toronto & Southern Ontario with his distinctive style.

    Consequently you can explore the extensive and ever expanding catalogue of images on this website. Pen and ink drawings with the addition of bright acrylic paint are the basic ingredients of David's art-making techniques. In addition to that, he utilizes computer software to enhance the final version of each print in ways too subtle to be done even by his well practiced hand. Many more Canadian and International subjects are in various stages of completion at David's busy Toronto studio. In addition to art-making David is an accomplished and entertaining musician who performs cover songs from the 1960's to contemporary composers. Every day is a combination of his twofavorite arts for which he is truly grateful.

    David can personalize your housewarming, birthday, anniversary, wedding, Christmas gift or souvenir or your visit to Toronto upon request.

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  • Rivoli Bar Queen West Art Print Toronto, Ontario by Artist Illustrator David Crighton Art
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    David Crighton Art Enterprises, Toronto, Canada.

    Rivoli Bar, Toronto by David Crighton

    $85.00

    The Rivoli is a bar, restaurant and performance space, established in 1982, on Queen Street West in Toronto, Ontario. The club originally earned a reputation as one of Canada's hippest music clubs.


    Many major Canadian comedy and musical performers have played on its stage, including The Kids in the Hall, Gord Downie, The Frantics, and Sean Cullen.

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    Choose from Digital reproduction and Floating Frame Canvas Ready to Hang.
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  • Rude Boy, Roncesvalles Art Print by Toronto Artist Illustrator David Crighton Art
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    David Crighton Art Enterprises, Toronto, Canada.

    Rude Boy, Toronto by David Crighton

    $125.00

    Toronto Artist David Crighton is creating cool paintings that capture the charm and nostalgia of Toronto Neighbourhoods such as Roncesvalles Village. UniqueÌâ local businesses such as Rude Boy are among his favourites.

    Crightonism: "I'm not sure why this great burger joint on Roncesvalles is called Rude Boy as the staff has always been nice to me and the food is charming too." ~David

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    Return Policy: All products may be returned at our expense for full refund

    WHAT ARE YOU BUYING?:åÊOur F.A.Q. Section has images of the matted and framed Art Print and Ready to Hang Canvas Floating Frame. For now, we have one photograph of a Standard Size Ready To Hang Floating Frame Horizontal print of a Neighbourhood.

    For shipping and other information please visit our F.A.Q. Page

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  • Sneaky Dees, Toronto, Ontario, Canada by Artist Illustrator David Crighton Art
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    David Crighton Art Enterprises, Toronto, Canada.

    Sneaky Dees, Toronto by David Crighton

    $150.00

    The artwork represented on this website are digitally printed by the artist in his studio on acid-free paper using archival quality inks.
    Signed and dated in pencil by the artist.

    About David

    Beginning at an early age, David Crighton's fascination with art and architecture developed into a career which combines them both. Since graduating from Central Technical School in 1974 David Crighton has been recording the architectural diversity of Toronto & Southern Ontario with his distinctive style.

    Consequently you can explore the extensive and ever expanding catalogue of images on this website. Pen and ink drawings with the addition of bright acrylic paint are the basic ingredients of David's art-making techniques. In addition to that, he utilizes computer software to enhance the final version of each print in ways too subtle to be done even by his well practiced hand. Many more Canadian and International subjects are in various stages of completion at David's busy Toronto studio. Ina ddition to art-making David is an accomplished and entertaining musician who performs cover songs from the 1960's to contemporary composers. Every day is a combination of his two favorite arts for which he is truly grateful.

    David can personalize your housewarming, birthday, anniversary, wedding, Christmas gift or souvenir or your visit to Toronto upon request.

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  • City TV #2 Speakers, Toronto, Canada by Artist Illustrator David Crighton Art
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    David Crighton Art Enterprises, Toronto, Canada.

    City TV #2 Speakers Corner, Toronto by David Crighton

    $125.00

    If you're over 45 and lived in Toronto, you'll remember "Baby Blue Movies" and "CITY TV" the brain child of Moses Znaimer. Famous landmark and historic buildings are David Crighton's stock in trade. åÊHe has created an archive of beautifully detailed illustrations capturing all the phases of CITY TV - Toronto.

    The landmark and historic building illustrated here is at 299 Queen St. W. is where CITY TV moved from it's first location on Queen St. E between Church and Jarvis.åÊ

    The western facade of the station with the first Speakers Corner.

    Crightonism: I can provide custom lettering in the sign on the right available for the name of your favorite City Show or V.J.

    Testimonial:Ìâ

    "I used to work at CityTV, back in the day, and one of my colleagues, a cameraman ..., was talking about these prints -- how they used to give them out for 10 years service.Ìâ I didn't make 10 years -- was only there for 8, and now with Moses gone and a couple of corporate takeovers the place is very different. So I was moved to try to buy that print. And then on the site of course I fell in love with my mis-spent youth on the Kingsway, and the late lamented Sam's (the Record Man) sign.
    so that's the story. I imagine you've heard many like it.
    Denis McGrath, Cameraman"

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    Shopping for someone else but not sure what to give them? Give them the gift of choice with a David Crighton Art Gift Card.


    David can personalize your housewarming, birthday, anniversary, wedding, Christmas gift or souvenir of your visit to Toronto upon request.
    PLEASE NOTE:
    If you are purchasing the Floating Frame, "Ready to Hang" option, please state in the 'Special Instructions' upon checkout whether you would like Black or Espresso Float Frame.
    WHAT ARE YOU BUYING?:Our F.A.Q. Section has images of the matted and framed Art Print and Ready to Hang Canvas Floating Frame. For now, we have one photograph of a Standard Size Ready To Hang Floating Frame Horizontal print of a Neighbourhood.
    For shipping and other information please visit our F.A.Q. Page

    Please share your comments below the product for others to read.

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  • City TV Building #3 Queen St. Toronto Canada by Artist Illustrator David Crighton Art
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    David Crighton Art Enterprises, Toronto, Canada.

    City TV Building Queen St. Toronto by David Crighton

    $125.00

    If you're over 45 and lived in Toronto, you'll remember "Baby Blue Movies" and "CITY TV" the brain child of Moses Znaimer. Famous landmark and historic buildings are David Crighton's stock in trade. He has created an archive of beautifully detailed illustrations capturing all the phases of CITY TV - Toronto. How many urban landscape builidings have a car coming out the side?

    The landmark and historic building illustrated here is at 299 Queen St. W. is where CITY TV moved from it's first location on Queen St. E between Church and Jarvis.åÊ

    Testimonial:

    "I used to work at CityTV, back in the day, and one of my colleagues, a cameraman ..., was talking about these prints -- how they used to give them out for 10 years service. I didn't make 10 years -- was only there for 8, and now with Moses gone and a couple of corporate takeovers the place is very different. So I was moved to try to buy that print. And then on the site of course I fell in love with my mis-spent youth on the Kingsway, and the late lamented Sam's (the Record Man) sign.
    so that's the story. I imagine you've heard many like it.
    Denis McGrath, Cameraman"

    åÊReturn Policy: All products may be returned at our expense for full refund


    PLEASE NOTE:

    If you are purchasing the Floating Frame, "Ready to Hang" option, please state in the 'Special Instructions' upon checkout whether you would like Black or Espresso Float Frame.

    WHAT ARE YOU BUYING?:Our F.A.Q. Section has images of the matted and framed Art Print and Ready to Hang Canvas Floating Frame. For now, we have one photograph of a Standard Size Ready To Hang Floating Frame Horizontal print of a Neighbourhood.

    For shipping and other information please visit our F.A.Q. Page

    Please share your comments below the product for others to read.

    Visit product page
  • Skyline Mural, Toronto by David Crighton
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    David Crighton Art Enterprises, Toronto, Canada.

    Skyline Mural, Toronto by David Crighton

    $150.00

  • Canvas Wrapped Sam The Record Man by  David Crighton
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    David Crighton Art Enterprises, Toronto, Canada.

    Canvas Wrapped Sam The Record Man by David Crighton

    $175.00

    The artwork features Toronto's famous flagship location of "Sam the Record Man," An influential chain of record stores located across Canada.

    Now torn down, the downtown Toronto location of the store was most famous for its large iconic sign which featured a giant illuminated record which lit up this section of Yonge Street.

    The Sam the Record Man flagship store was opened in 1961 by Sam Sniderman at 347 Yonge Street, Toronto, Canada. It was the second Sam's store to be on Yonge Street, as its precursor store was at 219 Yonge Street from 1959, until the 347 location opened in late 1961.[1] 

     

     


    Return Policy: All products may be returned at our expense for full refund

    If you are purchasing the Floating Frame, "Ready to Hang" option, please state in the 'Special Instructions' upon checkout whether you would like Black or Espresso Float Frame.

    Please share your comments below the product for others to read.

    Visit product page
  • El Mocambo Tavern, Toronto by Illustrator Artist David Crighton Art
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    David Crighton Art Enterprises, Toronto, Canada.

    W/S El Mocambo Tavern, Toronto by David Crighton

    $87.50

    The Facts: The El Mocambo was opened as a music venue in 1850. The building was first used as a haven for escaped slaves. The name and famous El Mocambo palm tree sign were constructed in 1946. It was one of the first establishments in Toronto to obtain a liquor licence. Musical acts appeared on separate stages located on the main and second floor of the building.

    The News: Recently, the iconic El Mocambo was for sale and it seemed as though another famous landmark establishment on the Toronto scene was gong to vanish until the last minute bid by Canadian entrepreneur Michael Werkele not only rescued the El Mo but promised to restore it to the glory days of past years!

    Crightonism: About the second time I saw a musical performance at the "Elmo" it was a good one- March 1977 the band was the Rolling Stones. I won two tickets on CHUM FM Radio. I did this drawing shortly thereafter and returned to the club many times bringing a print to give to the performer with their name added to the marquee.

    Return Policy: All products may be returned at our expense for full refundåÊ


    WHAT ARE YOU BUYING?:åÊOur F.A.Q. Section has images of the matted and framed Art Print and Ready to Hang Canvas Floating Frame. For now, we have one photograph of a Standard Size Ready To Hang Floating Frame Horizontal print of a Neighbourhood.

    For shipping and other information please visit our F.A.Q. Page

    Please share your comments below the product for others to read.

    åÊ

    Visit product page