Our first Completed mural. Done by artist Lloyd Pretty of Nl. From a photo given to us bu a World War 11 veteran who served at Botwood with the Victoria Rifles of Canada. Read More
Covering the wall of the Lion d’Or Cabaret, the mural pays tribute to Alys Robi, her career, her passion and her determination, but it also celebrates the golden years of Montreal cabarets (the 1940s). The large-scale portrait of Alys Robi is rendered in shades of blue to reflect her Québécois heritage and the Blue Note jazz aesthetics of the time. The background consists of references to the singer’s life illustrated as an array of graphic elements.
The mural is part of a series entitled Hommage aux bâtisseurs culturels montréalais initiated in 2010 to highlight the contribution of the creative minds and forces behind Montreal’s reputation as an exceptional North American city. Read More
Location: Midland, ON This mural depicts a typical sawmill of the 1900’s. As was noted from previous murals, the lumber industry played a big part in the growth of the Midland area. Read More
Hurricane Hazel struck Toronto on October 15, 1954. In her wake most of the Islington Golf Course and low-lying areas near Mimico Creek were flooded. The mural shows a group of volunteers arriving… Read More
Concept/lead artist: Jim Bravo, Head Painters: Jim Bravo, Anthony Delacruz and Em Ciobanica, with graduates from Mural Routes Leadership Training in Mural Making program Address: 1289 Gerrard St. E. at Greenwood Ave., Toronto Date: Summer 2012 Neighbourhood storeowners and residents, led by property owner Lefteris Karagianis, wanted to make a… Read More
Ce projet s’inscrit dans le cadre de la lutte contre le graffiti de l’arrondissement Ville-Marie. Afin de bonifier l’expérience des utilisateurs du parc, des résidents et des passants, Arno a réalisé pour MU une murale dans un style graffiti et art urbain en phase avec les usagers du parc. Read More