Artists, Designers and Creative Souls

If you are looking for a great opportunity to launch your business, we can offer you a very economical way to do it: one that includes a network of over 120 artists to help promote your company, no long leases and no commission taken. With a mixture of artists, designers and creative souls you’ll fit right in!  Click here for more information on becoming a vendor!

If you are looking for Toronto’s most unique gift store as rated by NOW Magazine readers for 2015 you’ve found it!! We have over 150 artists, designers and creative souls from Toronto and to choose from. We make shopping for hand-made goods easy and convenient with choices that include jewellery, illustrations, greeting cards, wood working, ceramics, fashion accessories, photography, paintings, knitters and more. This is your one-stop shop for all your gift needs. We accept all major forms of payment, and we gift wrap too!

With two locations one in the East end of Toronto at 1114 Queen St. East and one in the West side end at 846 College St. at Ossington the Arts Market makes supporting local artistic entrepreneurs something you can do year-round 5 Days a week. We provide brick and mortar store fronts that help you brand and grow your business. We have taken the guess work and the weather out of customers being able to find you.

Apply today and we look forward to seeing you at the Arts Market!

Daniel Cohen – Owner/Market Coordinator

Latest News


Our Leslieville location hosted some of the students from On the Off Beat music school (our east end neighbours), for an afternoon of live music in the winter of 2012, […]

September 23, 2015

Black Dog Rescue

Our Leslieville location threw a summer fundraiser for Black Dog Rescue, a 100% volunteer rescue group based in Toronto. The Black Dog Rescue group rescues dogs from all over Canada […]

September 19, 2015

Cold Hands Warm Hearts

In February 2015, the College Street Arts Market threw its first ever Charity Craft Supply Swap! Akin to a clothing swap, attendees brought along craft supplies they no longer used […]

September 19, 2015