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Through sharing and receiving inspiration, we’re super excited to build a strong collective of like minded individuals, dedicated to creating a world where people are fed, animals and happy and our environment isn’t being destroyed!

Bryan Belanger – CCC founder and contributor

“In grade one I got a writing assignment, but instead of writing I drew my story. Art has always been my communication method of choice.

I came out of the womb making art and hit the ground drawing ever since. I’ve been in fancy shows, in fancy galleries, but my real passion is connecting with real people and inspiring ideas with my art. Caught in Candy is exciting for me because I have the chance to find like minded people all over the world online and instill the Make Share Care principles into my practice. I’m excited to share the love with you and the causes that inspire my work to begin with!

Michelle Rogers

Michelle has been an integral part of the Kitty Pop Project, from designing the background colours to conceiving the name and her work on the skits.

“Since my younger years I wanted to be an artist and a fashion designer. I would stay up to the wee hours, painting or sewing new outfits. In college I studied fashion business and worked in the Toronto fashion industry. I love traveling, healthy lifestyle, art, music and fashion. To me, Caught in Candy is bringing all of these things into one amazing package! A community of all things imaginative, inspiring and forward thinking.”


Raja Rhythmics
As an artist, Raja Rhythmics focusses on the rhythm of lines forming tapestries of animals and nature. His art is a contemplation on the connectedness of the natural world. Raja has completed workshops with popular Canadian illustrators Prashant Miranda and Marco Bucci, and part time painting classes at OCAD and George Brown. Recently in summer 2015, he finished a 5 day intensive with world renowned visionary painters Alex Grey and Allyson Grey in New York. Raja Rhythmics has his art featured in homes spanning Canada, the US and India. He has painted in the visionary and surreal theme since 2010, and continues to work out of his studio in Toronto.