This week – Broken Pencil (The Magazine of Zine Culture an the Independent Arts) published a short review on Robert Dayton’s The Canadian Romantic, co-published by UNIT/PITT Projects and Publication Studio Vancouver in January 2012. The review was written by Alison Lang, outlining the content of the book as “part sketchbook, part diary entry, and part collection of sexy affirmations”.
The Canadian Romantic is a book consisting of tenderly hand-drawn illustrations and musings by the artist and his alter ego. Its publication coincided with Dayton’s performance: An Evening with the Canadian Romantic.
The Canadian Romantic is available for purchase at Unit/Pitt Projects, online through Publication Studio, and at various retail outlets.
The project A Perfect Day by Susanna Browne – part of the commissioned series What Future – was also reviewed this week by Decoy Magazine’s Ross Birdwise. The generous review moves through the project and its opening night at UNIT/PITT Projects. Read more about Browne’s project or have a listen to “A Perfect Day” here.