Danielle Cole is a Toronto based artist who creates playful collages through an assembly of original vintage graphics. Her work often explores the absurdity of domestic roles and the need for material goods. Danielle Cole’s art was selected from 2000 international submissions for Collective Arts Breweries series 8 beer cans and bottle labels. As she tells it, ‘seeing my art on beer can had more impact on my father, then if I had won a Pulitzer.’ NewAd media, selected her work for their Art Here competition in 2015 and 2017, which places original artworks across Canada in restaurants and bars. In the past few years her collage work has been featured in a number of magazines and has been published as part Collage Collective Co.’s 2017 annual book. Danielle’s art has found homes in New Zealand, LA, San Francisco, Scotland, Halifax, Hamilton and on the TTC as part of the Life on the Line project, supporting people struggling with mental health issues. Most recently her work has been added to the Doug and Laurie Kanyer collection which focuses exclusively on collage.