Salted Pepper Projects
Salted Pepper Projects is the home for a selection of print-based projects, including the ones listed below. For full information, please consult that website. Select highlights are below.
Some work is related to a favourite Toronto shopping spot: Galleria Mall.
Book to be released Nov 21, 2018: Galleria: The Mall That Time Forgot
The book will include captioned photographs plus informative content on shopping malls in general and the Galleria in specific.
Book launch details: Nov 27 at Open House Bar, 7 to 10 p.m.
Here’s what people are saying:
“The rise and fall of the Galleria Mall mirrors the rapid development of Toronto. With grace, humour, and nostalgia, Shari Kasman’s homage to the Galleria Mall reminds us the spaces in which malls occupy can be more than just a place to consume goods — community, friendships, and culture can blossom. Too often Toronto ploughs over its past; thanks to Kasman, this book will not let the Galleria be forgotten.”
—Matthew Blackett, founder and creative director of Spacing
“Shari Kasman celebrates the anachronistic beauty of the Galleria Mall with an infectious exuberance, sparking a nostalgia for the shopping mall as a phenomenon, and a wonder for the phenomenon that is this particular shopping mall.”
—Michelle Winters, author of I Am a Truck
Related posters and postcards are available. Two examples are below.
More items are on the Salted Pepper Projects website.