Created by artist Jim Bravo and photographer Kate Young, “Impressions” consists of over 500 photographs installed on tree planters along Jameson Avenue from Queen Street West to Springhurst Avenue in Toronto’s Parkdale community.
This mural was conceived as the companion mural to Sail On and Fair Well (2009).
The artists' aim was to create an image representative of the diverse community in Toronto.
This dragon-themed mural incorporates imagination, colour and creativity in dramatically changing the appearance of this drab strip plaza.
Grow old with me, the best is yet to be, Underpass Park, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
The “Mural Routes, Multipli’city Project” is a project to revitalize and brighten up urban underpasses to encourage public community engagement and make areas safer for the Toronto community. For this project the artists elected to represent age diversity in urban environments, celebrating the elderly who help shape communities and lives as the wise story-tellers and most experienced members of society. Lacey and Layla's mural is a celebration of ageing, and a reminder that with age and experience comes to a new joy and sense of humour the redefines the expression young at heart. Lacey and Layla Art (LALA)
This design uses a realistic scenic approach. It references the Jazz Festival with the couple dancing in front of the Kew Gardens Gazebo where concerts are held, and the active lifestyle of residents and visitors who enjoy the beach, board walk and surrounding parks. Other landmarks are the Leuty Lifeguard Station and the boardwalk with a view of the Toronto skyline.