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Thoughts on Luv-A-Fair nightclub, from the guy who designed its 1975 logo

Posted by Bob Kronbauer on

Have you seen our Luv-A-Fair nightclub t-shirt? The place was a Seymour Street institution starting in the 1970s. Initially a gay disco, it transitioned into a new wave and punk haven in the 80s.  It was described by MuchMusic’s Kim Clark Champniss as “a giant warehouse at the intersection where the red light and gay districts met”, and if you ever went you likely have fond memories of the place. Sadly, it closed down in 2003 to make way for a condo development. We wanted to keep the spirit of the place alive, and ended up collaborating on our t-shirt release with the...

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