All Together

All Together

All together” mural depicts a gathering of funny monsters and robots. The heteroclit crowd tend to celebrate acceptance and the richness of difference and multiculturalism in a fantastic and playful way.

Joy & Fertility

Joy & Fertility

This mural was imagined during the lockdown because that’s when human activity slowed down and nature was able to catch its breath. I represented this return of nature to the city through these two goddesses.

Tinkiling & B-Boy

Tinkiling & B-Boy

This mural highlights the importance of dance in FilipinX culture through the ages. The FilipinX dancer on the right is doing a traditional dance called the “Tinikling”, mimicking a bird’s speed and grace as it navigates bamboo poles. The bird behind the woman is known as “Tikling” which is what inspired the traditional dance.

Sea Goddess

Sea Goddess

Large bunker mural at Coronation Park done in aerosol by FPMONKEY, titled “Sea Goddess” and supported by stART Toronto. Features a sea goddess character with a dragon like body wrapped around the back, building an island that contains the Toronto skyline, with yachts on the water. The theme given was “the Land.”

Jade Rabbit

Jade Rabbit

Garage door mural by FPMONKEY for the 2023 KJ BIT Laneway jam, with the theme “GLOW.”

Titled, “Jade Rabbit,” this piece features a jade rabbit that is a main character for the Chinese mid-Autumn festival, with glowing lanterns typical for the festival.

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Garage door mural by Stephanie Avery (@stephvonawesome) for the 2023 KJ BIT Laneway jam, with the theme “GLOW.” Supported by Canada Council for the Arts and the Toronto Arts Council.

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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.

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Mural collaboration between Blaze, Fauxbear, Luvs & Milkbox for the 2023 KJ BIT Laneway jam, supported by Canada Council for the Arts and the Toronto Arts Council.

The Chain

The Chain

Our inspiration for this one came from the natural initiatives happening in Edmonton, like the bee hotels seen around the city and the goats who eat noxious weeds in Rundle Park. We were interested in urban animals and our relationship to them in terms of navigating this urban space mutually. And of course, TrashCo is always interested in playing with mythology and urban legends, so we had to throw that into the design mix. With a nod to the Muttart Conservatory fans in the center.

Sea Troll

Sea Troll

This mural was completed by Sarah Cannon in 2020 for the city of Halifax’s “Gritty to Pretty” program. Funding and support was provided by Argyle Fine Art, Develop Nova Scotia and the Downtown Halifax Business Commission. This mural is based on one of Sarah’s paintings from their 2020 show Gravitational Sensations. The mural resides on the wall of I Heart Bikes.