(416) 254-3953 info@archetypeframing.ca

Archetype Custom Framing

Open by appointment only inside STUDIO HUDDLE 97 Niagara St. Toronto, ON CANADA M5V 1C3 (416) 254-3953 info@archetypeframing.ca

Welcome to Archetype Custom Framing Toronto.

We are a customer service oriented picture framing shop located inside a historic factory building in the King and Bathurst area of downtown Toronto. Please have a look around our website to view some samples of our work and learn more about the services that we provide.

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This poem by Sir Christopher Ondaatje titled Daydream, is a tribute to Chester, Nova Scotia. We framed it in an antiqued white wood frame which our customer said reminded her of the sea. Calligraphy by Patrick Fisher. Custom Framing by http://www.archetypeframing.ca/

This poem by Sir Christopher Ondaatje titled Daydream, is a tribute to Chester, Nova Scotia. We framed it in an antiqued white wood frame which our customer said reminded her of the sea. Calligraphy by Patrick Fisher.

We are having an open house tomorrow (Saturday July 26, 2014) here at Studio Huddle from 2pm until late. Please stop by 97 Niagara St. Toronto and say hi. There will be new works on display by all of the artists and craftspeople working out of our collective studio. Hope to see you there!

Do you have a certificate, diploma or degree that you are proud of and would like to display in your home or office? Give us a call and we can help you to make it happen!

These are photographs of sculptures by Toronto artist Trevor Wheatley that we recently framed. They are currently available at the AGO Art Rental + Sales Gallery, go check them out!

Happy Pride to everyone



Here is a piece of paper cut artwork by local artist Eric Wang of Simulacrum Studios. This piece demonstrates his contemporary interpretation of traditional chinese paper cut art. He is able to push the boundaries of what can be achieved by utilizing modern laser-cutting technology. We floated his art inside of a white shadowbox in order to reveal the interplay of light and shadow falling on and below the paper.

Let us help you to get your medals and memorabilia out of your drawers and onto your walls.


This mini Art Nouveaux style advertisement is the reverse side of an old card, probably used in some type of board game. It was discovered underneath the floorboards of a house while undergoing renovations. Things are looking up for this lonely piece of paper now, since it will be happily resting on the wall instead.

These prints title Drift, Fall, Drift by Aaron Oussoren look great in their new natural wood frames.