The CBC News Service formally went on air in January of 1941. As the national broadcaster, aside from bringing the news of the war overseas into the homes of Canadians, they also aired special events like Winston Churchill's WWII speech from the House of Commons in Ottawa. By the late 1940s, television was on the horizon and the CBC launched its 15-year plan to develop a television network across Canada.
Our 'Vintage CBC Stubby' art print features the original CBC logo from the 1940s. It's featured on our old, fat, stubby friend. Like the CBC, the stubby was an instant hit with Canadians. It was also very practical too, chilling quickly as well as being easy to stack and ship. Sadly, the stubby was replaced with American-style long neck bottles to create wider market appeal but the CBC remains as a Canadian institution.
Our 'Vintage CBC Stubby Beer Bottle' art print appeals to our love of beer and brings back memories of the early years of the CBC and when the quirky Canadian bottle reigned supreme.
We like to have fun with type! And, we like to have fun with words. So we combined the two into art that also makes a conversation piece. Our 'Beer...
1927 ushered in the end of prohibition in Ontario and with it competition for the bootleggers that made their fortune selling beer and spirits on the black market. The Ontario government simultaneously opened Brewers...
Many enjoy sitting back with a favourite drink in one hand and a luxurious stogie in the other. Cigars are not only a guilty pleasure but also an amazing micro...