Personalized Graduation Gifts for Torontonians

by Pamela Johnston April 10, 2019

Hart House, UofT | Totally Toronto Art

Graduation is a huge achievement and deserves some appreciation. Sometimes, though, we can be a little stumped when it comes to a good gift idea. Why not recognize their hard work with the gift of personalized artwork? It’s the best way to wish them on their next adventure!


Caps off!

Hats Off!  Graduation is upon us!



University of Toronto


Convocation Hall is a truly monumental structure and the most significant symbol of the University of Toronto. It’s where the students’ journey ends and the life of a professional begins. Adored by both students and alumnae, it makes the perfect graduation gift.

Convocation Hall, UofT Wall Art

Convocation Hall is a truly monumental structure and the most significant symbol of the University of Toronto. It’s where the students’ journey ends and the life of a professional begins. Adored by both students and alumnae, it makes the perfect graduation gift.

 A nice selection of our notecards (Toronto and UofT centric) are available at the  UofT bookstore You will have an opportunity to purchase a David Crighton note card and/or postcard on the grounds outside of Convocation Hall. However, if you want a framed personalized print or plaque, then you’ll need to order from us ahead of time.  

Depending on what your graduate studied, or what is memorable for them personally, we also have artwork  and greeting cards of Hart House, the Botany Building, Victoria College, Knox College, Flavelle House, Trinity College or Sir Sandford Fleming.

UofT Hart House Canvas Print Wall Art

Not all graduates are from college! Get a special gift for graduates from high school as well.

Upper Canada College

Upper Canada College Toronto Wall Art


One of Toronto’s most prestigious private schools for boys, graduates are known to have made a huge contribution to Canada and the world at large. We know that life has wonderful things in store for them. Wish them all the best in their journey!


Bishop Strachan

Bishop Strachan School Toronto Personalized Wall Art


Bishop Strachan is not only one of Canada’s most prestigious schools for girls, it is also the oldest independent and boarding school for girls! Let them know how happy you are for them with this personalized gift!

Havergal

Havergal College Toronto Personalized Wall Art


An independent boarding and day school for girls, Havergal graduates are set to become leaders for community involvement, social leadership and global action. We know these young women will go on to make a difference.  Congratulate them on their well-deserved success!

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