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Choosing what to buy in a competitive art fair environment can sometimes be tricky. If you’re feeling stumped, there’s at least one sure bet out there: Alex McLeod’s edition of three fantastical landscape prints, which can be purchased singly or as a set. Not only is McLeod’s work praised by figures ranging from the Toronto Star’s Murray Whyte to pop music’s Kanye West—all proceeds from the sale of these prints goes to a good cause, namely the programming initiatives at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art.

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This article was first published online on October 27, 2010.

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