FUTURA at Assembly Park

Artist: André Kan

18 Interchange Way, Concord, Vaughan, Ontario

Futura (2021) a vibrant and innovative mural activation by Andre Kan serves as a significant landmark at The Assembly Park Studios in the City of Vaughan. His geometric shapes build upon one another creating a sense of interconnection, and reminding us how we are all connected in this world. Through the significance of cause and effect, this energetic, multilayered landscape is his abstract interpretation of the city’s unique future – a high-spirited dynamic blueprint of various forms coming together. Unified, bold, and in harmony, this architectural piece depicts a number of structural components and signifies the importance of creating a foundation that can be built beyond itself.

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Grow Love

Artist: Erin McCluskey

The Queensway at Grand Ave, Etobicoke, Toronto, ON, Canada

A colourful box full of heart shaped plants and patterns.
(Neighbourhood Love & Bellbox Murals)

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Stony Plain Veterinary Clinic Mural

Artist: Alixandra Jade

4920 44 Ave, Stony Plain, Alberta

The mural is designed to create a friendly, positive welcome as you enter the vet clinic. The mural depicts a variety of animals and scenes; from pets interacting with each other, fun in the dog park, owner and pet love, and welcoming visits to the vet. The colour palette is inspired by clinic’s brand colours.

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Outside the Box

Artist: Sarah Alinia Ziazi

1760 Ellesmere Rd, Scarborough, ON M1H 2T9

This Bell box visualizes feminine energy and beauty through the juxtaposition of a floral background.

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Magic Carpet Ride

Artist: Julia Prajza

Toronto Carpet Factory back patio, rear of 1179 King St W, Toronto, ON M6K 3C5

A series of five ground murals were painted for The Toronto Carpet Factory to bring character and life to the outdoor patio. Brand colours were used to inspired these fun and playful carpet designs.

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Mid-Century Modern Duke Heights

Artist: Sarah Alinia Ziazi

4465 Chesswood Dr, North York, ON M3J 2C2

This Bell box is a modernist twist on furniture design to invoke feelings of optimism about the flourishing of home furniture businesses in the area.

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