Little One’s City

Artist: MoonShine

7 Toro Rd, North York, ON M3J 2A4

The Mural is a reflection of vibrants streets, showcasing colourful roads and buildings in-front of a cloud filled sky. The vibrant streets and buildings aim to inspire the youth to create more art and build community. This design also reinforces diversity and interconnectedness; through which a community thrives. The colourful buildings within this city landscape speak to those who dwell within and bring the streets to life. As I painted amongst the community, a little boy and his father were driving past as the child exclaimed that he wanted to visit the city landscape. This inspired me to title the mural “Little One’s City” as it is the youth that are our future.

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Doodle wall

Artist: Bianca Mori Maurelli

213 Roncesvalles ave, Toronto, ON, M6R2L6

Located inside The Source Bulk Foods Roncy, it was created by a staff member, and funded by the owner of the store.
It features the store’s nut butter schedule, a changing middle section with the “recipe of the month”, and a quote.

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Lion’s Gate

Artist: Tanya Pixie Johnson

514 Vernon St, Nelson, BC V1L 4E7, Canada

Tanya Pixie Johnson created this mural on the back of the Community Futures building for the 2020 Nelson International Mural Festival.

“It is my intention that this reference will create stylistic dialogue with other Art Deco design and architectural features in the city. The composition includes two cat-like sentinels and the suggestion of arches or doorways, water and tree or plant-like forms
These ideas are stylized to meet the design parameters proposed by the client.”

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Genetic Evolution + The Conscious Attunement To Our Divine Vitality

Artist: Kai Cabödyna

507 Cedar St, Nelson, BC V1L 2C2, Canada

Created from the 2021 Nelson International Mural Festival on the Cedar Street retaining wall.

“Kai Cabödyna’s practice is rooted within returning to natural rhythms, dethroning patriarchal conditioning, cultivating community, exploring collaborative projects and evolving cultural paradigms. Overlapping and communicating through various mediums allows for his eclectic and adaptable process to reflect the way nature orchestrates it’s patterns, rhythms and flows.

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The front panel of the 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?' Bell Box.

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

Artist: Vicky Bilbily

4-4 Taddle Creek Rd, Toronto, ON M5S 3E1, Canada

Vicky Bilbily’s ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Bell Box displays the glass-covered interior of a robot’s brain and forehead, presumably asleep. The robot’s large eyes are open, looking to the left of the viewer, but their brain – a light blue semicircle circle – is filled with ten sheep connected to each other with a dark blue lines. The robot’s brain is connected to their body with light blue lines, reminiscent of a circuit board.

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Back face of the 'Peace in Ukraine' signal box.

Peace for Ukraine

Artist: Chelsea Virginia

Berry Rd at Park Lawn Rd East Side, Toronto, ON M8Y 1W9, Canada

Featuring a dark blue background that wraps around the signal box, its front face displays two sunflowers, painted in miraculous yellow with strong black stems and leaves, surrounded by smaller white petaled flowers. Its back face shows one large sunflower, while its sides show three white doves on each side, separated by black hearts.

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