Huntclub (a new studio and gallery space in the city) asked a group of local artists to create a typography project inspired by songs that got them through rough times, artist Robin Orbeta-Lacambra turned to Stevie Nicks.">

Grab of the Week: a Stevie Nicks inspired mug from a local artist


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Everyone has that song. The one that helped them through a hard time or the one that evokes memories. So when Huntclub (a new studio and gallery space in the city) asked a group of local artists to create a typography project inspired by songs that got them through rough times, artist Robin Orbeta-Lacambra turned to Stevie Nicks.

Fittingly, Orbeta-Lacambra decided to create her pieces using mugs, because when else do you need a good cuppa than when you're feeling a little low? Although there are three different designs in her #stevieknickssays series, our personal favourite is  “Wild Heart,” mainly because it doubles as an awesome Valentine's Day gift.

#stevieknickssays mugs by Robin Orbeta-Lacambra, $15 each or $30 for a set of three. Available at Huntclub Studio

Gracie Carroll is a Toronto-based freelance writer whose work has appeared in ELLE UK, ELLEcanada.com, Plaid magazine and FILLER magazine. Keep up with her daily blog at www.graciecarroll.com.

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