Here is a little bit about the creators we have featured on the Temper Tantrum store. If you want to be featured on our site, send us an email here with a link to your porfolio.
An-Nhien Nguyen is a Toronto based illustrator, graphic designer & Thai boxing practitioner. Her work thematically explores or sometimes reinterprets the role of women in stories and mythology. She especially enjoys making images with intricate patterns. If she is not working on some project, she can be found trading blows at her favorite kickboxing gym.
Alysia Myette is a freelance screen printing artist, creating pins, patches and prints to smash the patriarchy. Inspiration for Alysia's work stems from experiencing misogyny on the daily, social injustice, and meme culture. Channelling anger and frustrations through ink on screen, every print is pulled to promote self help through artistic expression. In her spare time, Alysia is listening to far too much hair metal than she wants to admit, and baking approximately 27 pies
Caitlynn Fairbarns is a multi disciplinary feminist artist. Through zines, stickers, prints and other handmade things, her work explores queerness, femme identity and fan culture. Caitlynn is a proud cat mom with ever changing hair colour that lives by the motto 'support your local girl gang'.
Cameron works on creating visuals and ideas through different mediums to bring better representation to the LGBTQA2S+ community and advocate for true accessibility and education for everyone. Focused primarily in graphic design and digital marketing, he also pushes to foster and promote grassroots efforts that support marginalized communities.
Carly Whitmore is an artist, maker and colour devotee. Her work is an exploration of drawing, painting, collage, and photography and how these mediums can be exploited, blurred and questioned. She has an affinity for cute cuddly animals and punk rock. You’ll always find her experimenting and making new things!
Chief Lady Bird
Chief Lady Bird is a Chippewa and Potawatomi artist from Rama First Nation and Moosedeer Point First Nation, who is currently based in Toronto. She graduated from OCAD University in 2015 with a BFA in Drawing and Painting and a minor in Indigenous Visual Culture. Through her art practice, Chief Lady Bird uses street art, community-based workshops, digital illustration and mixed media work to empower and uplift Indigenous people through the subversion of colonial narratives, shifting focus to both contemporary realities and Indigenous Futurisms by creating space to discuss the nuances of our experiences. Chief Lady Bird makes work about ceremony, stories, reclamation, tattoos, sex, sexuality, language, fashion, cultural appropriation and hopes that her images can be a catalyst for reimagining our relationship with the land, each other and ourselves.
CM Wain is an artist, writer, and zine maker. They believe in the radical power of queer stories and images to transform the world around us. Their work explores gender identity, pop culture and queer relationships. When they’re not making art, they can be found subverting the gender binary and parenting an emotionally unavailable chihuahua
Deena is a Toronto based illustrator who eats, sleeps, and dreams of pop culture. She takes inspiration from film, true crime, and D&D and always puts a feminine spin on it. When she’s not drawing, she’s sipping tea and reading comics.
Keight MacLean is a Toronto based artist and pizza enthusiast. She likes dark things, wine and 90s pop rock. A maker of stickers and zines, Keight’s work addresses issues of self, history, and feminism often in a tongue in cheek manner.
jj is a multi-displinary artist from Toronto. She likes to make things about her mental illness and other cool things. She also co-founded Hodgepodge Collective and makes cool stuff there.
Nevhada is a freelance artist, expressing herself in all kinds of media and materials, from digital art to embroidery. She's been drawing and creating ever since she was a child. Her art is often related to intersectional feminism and queer culture. Believing in feminism and identifying as a queer woman, her art often reflects that.
Rose Goodwinis a Toronto based illustrator, game designer, performing artist, and harm reduction community worker. She loves fantasy, sci-fi, and most things pop culture. Her work deals with reclaming, queering, and exploring memory, experiences, and autonomy. She has a soft spot for cartoons, anime, and Nintendo games.