Kazoo! Print Expo

Print Expo

The legendary Print Expo is back for another year filled with comics, zines, illustrations, letterpress, and so much more! This curated event brings together print makers of all kinds from all over the province. You’ll get to see what your favourite print makers have been working on — they’re sure to be there!

The Print Expo will take place at Mitchell Hall in St George’s Church (99 Woolwich St, Guelph) on Saturday, October 17th from 11am-4pm. Admission is free, but bring some $$ because you will for sure find something beautiful to take home.

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Alicia's Klassic Kool Shoppe

Alicia Nauta is an artist based in Toronto. She makes screenprinted posters, prints, wallpaper, books, zines, printed textiles and other multiples. Her focus is on analog ways of making, using xerox material culled from older publications to create collaged compositions.


Alisha Davidson

Alisha Davidson’s illustrations focus on female relationships and how womxn experience empathy within those relationships. The body and its form is her main inspiration.


Alison Postma

Alison Postma’s work is playful and fun. Her print, illustration, and zine work is an extension of her larger artistic practice that plays with found objects.


Alpine Print Company

Alpine, a local print company, will be selling a limited run of custom screen printed goods. Sweaters, tees, and posters, all with a very ‘guelph’ vibe.



CAROUSEL is an exquisitely produced hybrid literary/arts magazine representing new & established artists, with a focus on positioning Canadian talent within an international context. From cover to cover, this innovative & beautifully designed journal highlights a comfortable merging of textual & visual content, presenting work across many genres … if it’s original & engaging, we aim to see it in print.



Carrot creates prints, patches, silkscreened shirts, and stickers. The subject of Carrot’s illustrations involve anthropomorphic “guys”, and themes of anxiety, fun, and other weird feelings.


Christine te Bogt

Christine is a Toronto based printmaker who specializes in screen printed goods, predominantly limited edition art prints, small publications / book arts, stationery items and textiles.



Jade Zhang is a queer Chinese-Canadian Illustrator and comic artist based in Toronto. Jade is making illustrations and comics about queer love, found families, and the occasional misunderstood eldritch horror. She is very passionate about storytelling and self publishing. She can usually be found grazing at local zine markets. Jade’s dream is to publish a graphic novel full of magic and dogs.


False Knees

False Knees will be bringing comics that are mostly vignettes of city animals (usually birds) having existential crises. Their comics are sometimes funny, sometimes cute, and usually very bird-y.



Feels: A zine about feelings. We strive to create a safe place for people to express their most honest and raw emotions and, in turn, foster an open dialogue about some of the most sensitive feelings. We accept all printable forms of submissions, including illustration, fiction, personal essay, poetry, photography, and any other medium a contributor can think of to best express their deepest emotions. We believe very strongly that the more we learn about each other, the more we learn about ourselves, and the more we can coexist in harmony. We are a feminist, sex-positive, LGBTQ+ friendly, anti-racist, anti-colonial publication. We print three times yearly along with special edition mini-zines periodically.


Gillian Elder

Gillian Elder is a Guelph-based artist who has been teaching childrens’ art classes and camps for the past several years. Prior to instructing art classes she completed degrees in Fine Arts at Georgian College and the University of Guelph. She also received graduate certificates in both Museum Management and Curatorship from Fleming College and Therapeutic Recreation from Georgian College. She enjoys working with a mixture of mediums including, painting, printing, drawing and ceramics. Her artwork deals with various themes including zany dogs, nudes, cubist faces, herself and more.


Gillian Wilson

Screen printed goods that are kinda funny and a little bit dark. Gillian is an illustrator and screen printer living in Guelph, Ontario Canada. She received a BFA from Concordia University (Montreal) and since graduating, has developed her own line of hand-printed goods, available in select stores throughout North America. 


Glittering Magpiee

Glittering Magpiee is the baby sized distro of Sonali Menezes. She makes zines, prints, buttons and patches. Her work focuses on themes of feminism and mental health.


Gordon Hill Press

Gordon Hill Press is a literary publisher located in Guelph, Ontario, producing exemplary writing from a diversity of writers, particularly those living with disability.


GRUNK magazine

GRUNK is Guelph-based zine of comix and music produced by the folks behind Royal Cat Records. First issue premiers April 2020 with a cover feature on cartoonist Marc Bell. Also: comics and writing by Josh Bayer, Nathan Campagnaro, Anya Davidson, Mark Connery, Betty Liang, Will Wellington, and Kara Meow.

Heidi Berton Illustration

Heidi Berton is a freelance illustrator living and working in the east end of Toronto. They love comics, screen printing and goofy characters.


Jenn Woodall

Illustration, comics and zines with a focus on feminism and mental health. Jenn Woodall is an award-winning illustrator and comics creator who dwells in Toronto, Ontario. She has a Bachelor of Design from OCADU in Illustration as well as a BDes in Fashion Design.


Jess Hrycyk

Jess Hrycyk’s ink and watercolour illustrations invoke the verdant forests of fantasy, folklore, flora and fauna with a dark intricacy, reminiscent of old world beauty. Drawing upon the rich soils of old world ornamentation, engraving and medieval calligraphy, she exhumes an ancient aesthetic to give new life and meaning to her explorations of nature, as well as her understanding of undying, existential themes.


Jordann Murray

A childlike representation of natural shapes, movements and expressions of the body and face. With a newly found love for crayon, and still life scenes, her inspiration is sparked when trying to grasp and capture contours, facial features and organic lines. In keeping with this; she focuses not only on the lines that she sees but also on negative spaces.


Joy San

Joy San is an illustrator and cartoonist based in Toronto. Their work is traditionally based and they self-publish their own comics and zines, mostly around horror and slice of life themes.


Justin LaGuff

Mostly known for colourful and billowy cartoons. Justin LaGuff focuses pushing image-making in their comic and zine making practices.


Lunchroom Toronto

Lunchroom Toronto is a collective of freelance creatives that work, cook, and eat together.



Illustrator, one-page zine maker, trying really hard. Mariel is a graduate of the Bachelor of Illustration program at Sheridan College. She is interested in the relationship between traditional media and the human form. Previously she studied the arts in Brussels and London, but she lives in Hamilton, Ontario now.


Martina doom

Martina doom is an multidisciplinary artist from Niagara who’s work is heavily inspired by sci-fi and Japanese illustrations which often feel as though they exist in their own world. The use of pastel colours and attention to detail create a soft and unique body of work that comes through in her prints, handmade pins, stickers and more.


Matt Gazzola

Matt is a visual artist from St. Catharines, ON.


moon toboggan

The illustrative comic works of Michael McGlennon explore narrative through drawing, printmaking, and self publishing. Building fantastical worlds to explore curiosities and phenomena found in the parallels of waking life, the work resides somewhere between fine art and novelty. Subjects revolve around an ongoing philosophical crisis expressed through a humorous pessimism and illustrated with an accessible pop surrealist style.


Nathan Campagnaro

Nathan Campagnaro is a multi disciplinary artist residing in Guelph, Ontario. Nathan will have screen prints as well as other print mediums at the expo. You may recognize some of his work from the 2020 Kazoo! Fest poster!


Old Growth Press

OGP is a Toronto-based publisher committed to publishing the work of BIPOC/LGBTQ2S+ Canadians


Read More Comix!

Read More Comix! is an independent comics collective in Toronto. We have been self-publishing “funny” books since 2016. Our comics are in a similar vein as newspaper strips, MAD magazine and well whatever we feel like creating at that moment! The first show we ever tabled as a collective was Kazoo! in 2016. Issue 6 will be out in the spring for The Toronto Comics Arts Festival (TCAF).


Ronnie Magazine

Ronnie is a thematic lowbrow arts and culture magazine dedicated to giving underground and underrated art a place to live! We’re based in Guelph, ON but support artists from the GTA and Southern Ontario. We’re published quarterly, or whenever we can get around to it!


Secret Planet Print Shop

Space themed screen prints and other goodies!


Space Youth Cadets

Kelly K is an illustrator and cartoonist from Toronto. They are the proud founder of the Space Youth Cadets, a brand and ongoing series that explores identity, vulnerability, and the internet through fashion, comics, and zines.


Stubbs Letterpress

A Guelph based letterpress family team, they give 100% of their proceeds to a local charity. They print what they want. Deal with it.


Toadstool Illustrates

Toadstool Illustrates creates magical feminist stickers, zines, and pins inspired by Gay Love, queer culture, and witchcraft. A lot of their art is centred around transgender pronouns and providing representation for Transgender folx with fun designs and LGBTQ+ puns.



wawa is a one woman operation by Sarah Creskey. Designed and hand printed in a west-end Toronto studio with a garden, a dying pear tree and the sweetest, meanest dog in the whole world.


Vocamsus Writers Community

Vocamus Writers Community produces Guelph local books, chapbooks, broadsheets, and postcards.


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