Both the silo and hopper by Alexander Bacon include imagery that represents both the past and bright future of Liberty Village.
The silo’s cylindrical shape serves as the conceptual starting point for birdO’s message; the necessity of a greater synchronicity between the natural and anthropomorphic world.
Jarus’ approach to the South Liberty silo emphasizes the human gaze within an area of industrial buildings and residential towers, reminding the viewer that nature is there if we just take a look.
This project, entitled Multipli’city, is managed by Mural Routes and is part of the StreetARToronto Partnership Program in collaboration with the Corktown Residents and Business Association, the City of Toronto Parks Department, and Relay 2017 – Friends of the PanAm Path.
Located at Underpass Park in downtown Toronto.
The Western Gateway Mural is a dramatic Underpass mural painted on the Cenotaph Underpass at Kingston Road and Danforth (opposite Variety Village). This Underpass mural welcomes visitors and residents entering from the west into southern Scarborough with an array of local landscape travelled through butterfly migration.
Port Union and the Rouge River share a history that spans thousands of years. The Port Union-Rouge Park mural, designed and led by experience mural artist Allan Bender of Blinc Studios, beautifully depicts parts of this story.
The Connections Mural was created in 2016 as a Signature Project of the Cultural Hotspot, produced in partnership with the City of Toronto.
This bright coloured “rainbow” sunset was inspired by the youth’s input to celebrate diversity.
As part of the 2015 Pan Am Path Art Relay, Underpass Park’s Live Art Festival was a collaboration between Mural Routes, StreetARToronto and CRBA. This festival included live painting on 18 of the underpass pillars, performances, community arts activities and the creation of five iconic murals on pillars facing Lower River Street.
Piliriqatigiingniq is an unprecedented collaborative public artwork project by Cape Dorset, Nunavut youth artists and Toronto students and graduates of Oasis Skateboard Factory (TDSB).
The TERRA STRAT’AA is the second landmark mural painted by MEDIAH for the City of Toronto.
This mural has been removed.
The Radi’aal Encompass is one of two underpass murals painted by respected graffiti artist Mediah in partnership with Mural Routes.
A signature project of Cultural Hotspot- East, this bright and beautiful mural is a permanent piece of public art, created to welcome visitors entering south Scarborough from the east. Located in the Highland Creek area of Scarborough.
Part of the Birch Cliff Community Mural Project
Montreal based graffiti artist OMEN worked in collaboration with StARToronto to create this mural paying homage to the real life Bomb Girls who worked at the Scarborough’s General Engineering Company (GECo) plant in the area during World War II.
Property owner Lefteris Karagianis worked closely with Mural Routes to continue streetscape improvements to his property at Greenwood and Gerrard. Artist William Lazos was selected through an open call competition to create a contemporary-styled mural that complements and reflects the recent interior renovations of the building.
“Forest of Birch Trees” was painted on panels and is now installed, towering three stories high on the side of Birch Cliff Public School.
Mural Routes created three new murals in Toronto’s Birch Cliff community in 2013, as part of the Birch Cliff Community Mural Project. The partnership project now totals over a dozen unique birch tree themed murals along Kingston Rd from Warden Avenue to Birchmount Road.
“Welcome to Birch Cliff” was designed by Anthony Delacruz and painted by Mural Routes artists and volunteers.
(Please note: this mural was removed – 2018)
Spanning 5 separate walls, this mural shows a variety of scenes from the festival that celebrates the energy, culture and people of Wexford Heights neighbourhood
Mural Routes had the opportunity to revitalize Toronto’s iconic rainbow tunnel mural, located just south of Lawrence on the East side of the Don Valley Parkway, on the south entrance of the CN Rail Tunnel and part of the East Don Trail.
This mural acts as a visual representation of Scarborough’s rich history, with the Scarborough Bluffs and Elizabeth Simcoe both being featured.
2nd mural painted in the Birch Cliff Community Mural Project. Lead artist, Tara Dorey. Assisted by summer students.
Neighbourhood storeowners and residents, led by property owner Lefteris Karagianis, wanted to make a positive change in the Greenwood/Gerrard area of east Toronto, and felt that a public art project would demonstrate the artistic potential of the community.