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Garage door mural by Cesar AR for the 2023 KJ BIT Laneway jam, with the theme “GLOW.” Supported by Canada Council for the Arts and the Toronto Arts Council.

Shop Local Hamilton

Shop Local Hamilton

The theme of the mural is meant to highlight the city of Hamilton, the escarpment and views of the city, and the beloved Hamilton Ticats CFL team. Shopping locally and supporting local businesses has always been an important part of our mission, and so to commemorate that, we’re sponsoring a mural in Hamilton, Ontario near where FurnacePrices.ca was originally conceived and founded.

Pin Cushion

Pin Cushion

This new piece titled “PinCushion// Stay Afloat” is about the current state of our city as many businesses are forced to either close or struggle to remain open due to the COVID-19 epidemic. The design includes my signature elements of suspended geometry complimenting a flock of birds migrating through the landscape as a sign of ever-constant change. The organic nature of these objects floating carefully above what looks like “needle’ pointed mountains is a reference towards how careful and cautious businesses must be now (and this also relates to us) in order to stay above. To stay afloat and more importantly to stay alive.
Artist: Andre Kan

We Will Remember Them

We Will Remember Them

By artist John Ellenburger: ‘We Will Remember Them’ is a mural, created in 2003, depicting different scenes in respect to and in remembrance of the veterans who have served in the Canadian Armed Forces, and includes names of locals who had passed fighting for their country.

History of Agriculture

History of Agriculture

Artist: John Ellenburger A major part of the South Dundas history is the importance of agriculture within the community. The mural ‘History of Agriculture’, created in 2003, depicts how agricultural practices have changed through the years from around 1784 to 1940.