Date: 2023

Afro Caribbean Farmer Market Merchandise Competition



What is the Afro Carribbean Farmers’ Market?
It is a farm-to-table shopping experience that happens in Little Jamaica’s Reggae Lane on Sundays. 16+ vendors offer our shoppers fresh produce that is locally grown and fruits flown in from the islands. Shoppers can purchase ready-made meals to go. Our market also makes room for the craft artisan If you Grow, Bake or Make this is the platform for you!





Mission
To create a playful rendition of the Afro Caribbean Farmers’ Market!

Must haves include:
Iconic backdrop mural design
Colorful Tents
Images of fresh produce
Shoppers with bags


Winners will have their image featured on the website + on brand’s merchandise such as t-shirts, tote bags, and mugs!


First place
$350 cash prize + design on merchandise

Second + Third place winners
$200 Cash Prize + design on merchandise 



An Tran, First place winner

Class : P. Ditillio - Visual Arts


Kathy Le, Second place winner

Class : P. Ditillio - Visual Arts

Uliana Bozhenkova , Third place winner

Class : C.Rocha - Illustration



Engage - Design - Build
The John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design has partnered with the TDSB working with highschool youth to engage the community around their school, design, and build community oriented projects in their neighborhood! Our goal is to open pathways for underrepresented youths to a careers in architecture and design by applying technical design skills from their curriculum to a project that engages current events in their school’s neighborhood, i.e. helping youths see design in their daily lives.