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Purolator unveiled its 2022 limited-edition holiday box designs that celebrate emerging Canadian artists, including Nova Scotian Kadeem Hinch. (CNW Group/Purolator Inc.)

NB Artist Featured On Holiday Box For 2022

By Tara Clow Nov 1, 2022 | 12:39 PM

New Brunswickers artwork is featured on a limited edition Purolator holiday box for 2022.

The unique boxes provide a festive way to ship during the holiday season that celebrates Canadian artists at the same time.

Kirsten Stackhouse of Fredericton is just one of 13 in Canada to be chosen.

Stackhouse is a graphic designer, illustrator and educator. She is process-driven, with a passion for storytelling. She also enjoys photography as a hobby, especially photographing the woods and cabins around New Brunswick.

“I interpreted the theme of holiday traditions and sharing meals in a way close to my heart,” said artist Kirsten Stackhouse. “New Brunswick is a community; we take care of each other and form traditions that existing families and individuals can join and participate in. My holiday box connects land and sea and illustrates individuals coming together, out of their homes, to meet and spend time together around a large warm fire. Everyone is carrying a different type of food to share with one another.”

As a part of this year’s campaign, Purolator is donating $5000 to the New Brunswick Food Depot Alimentaire.

Stackhouse was nominated for the campaign by last year’s chosen artist for New Brunswick.

New Brunswicker artists, Kate Anfilova and Hatem Aly, have also been featured on past Purolator holiday boxes.


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